This Saturday, May 19th, we will officially be opening our brewery!! Our kitchen will be producing some scrumptious food, all 24 taps on our shiny new draft system will be pouring a multitude of beers and ciders and the sun will be shining down on us (hopefully). We hope you can come down and join for what is to be a memorable day, and just the first of many more to come as TRBC steps on down the road we began on so long ago. With that aside lets have a small rundown of our story so far:
The pair will be supporting Tumut Gadara school that will be developing and implementing learning programs that will provide authentic learning experiences for their students. Growing up in a family where music was important Gab first learned piano and developed a love for singing Growing up in a family where music was important Gab first learned piano and developed a love for singing Growing up in a family where music was important Gab first learned piano and developed a love for singing.
The pair will be supporting Legacy. This charity provides services to Australian families suffering financially and socially after the death of a spouse or parent, during or after their defence force service.
The pair will be support Riding For the Disabled. Matt has a special interest in this local organisation as his family has accessed their services and created bonds with their tireless staff.
The pair will be supporting Goobagandra Valley Reserves Trust who manage and maintain Thomas Boyd Trackhead along the river.
The pair will be supporting Tumut Regional Family Services that provide our community with a variety of services to support those at risk of vulnerability.
The pair will be supporting Riverina Bluebell, an organisation that aims to increase mental health awareness around our region by creating events and guest speakers to inspire and reassure our community members.
The pair will be supporting Kurrajong Therapy Plus (previously Kurrajong Early Intervention Services) which is a very important service for our local community.