Buy a beer, protect the whales

Australian Nail Brewing Company's limited edition Antarctic Nail Ale.
Australian Nail Brewing Company's limited edition Antarctic Nail Ale.

IT'S one thing to sell beer in preserved animal carcasses, but how about selling beer to preserve animals?

Well, that’s exactly what Australian Nail Brewing Company is doing with their new limited edition Antarctic Nail Ale.

This brewery has teamed up with the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society as they campaign to prevent the illegal hunting of whales in the Antarctic sanctuary.

While out on just such a campaign, the Sea Shepherds had a secondary mission – to harvest ice from pure Antarctic icebergs to be transformed into the world’s first ever Antarctic Pale Ale.

Nail Brewing Co. brewed thirty bottles of this rare brew and they are now being auctioned off with all proceeds going to the Sea Shepherds.

The first bottle was recently sold for $800. Move over BrewDog, this is the new most expensive beer in the world – and likely the purest.

Read more at Lost at E Minor

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Future of telecommunication

Kristy Sparrow from Better Internet for Rural, Regional and Remote Australia (BIRRR).

Survey allows rural Australians to voice their concerns.

Taking a national stand

NO WAY: Students from Year 8 created 'No Way' bullying posters to show bullying has no place at Emerald State High school.

Local high school raises awareness against bullying.

Inland Port announced

ECONOMIC BOOST: Federal Member for Flynn Ken O'Dowd makes the funding announcement at the Central Highlands Development Corporation's Economic Futures Forum on Monday.

Ken O'Dowd announced federal funding for two major projects.

Local Partners