Ballistic Beer Celebrates 3 Fantastic Years in Salisbury!

Ballistic Beer has plenty of reasons to celebrate its third birthday. In a short span of time, this beer company has established three outlets across Queensland, hired over 50 staff who continue to brew and serve thousands of litres of beers, and became widely distributed in most chain stores across the country. 

To celebrate a fantastic year, Ballistic Beer is unleashing a party for the whole family. Yes, even kids are invited to this beer lovers’ festivities because there will be games and fun surprises for all!

Set for Saturday, the 8th of February 2020, the party vibe will be on from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at its spacious site at 53 McCarthy Road. Ballistic Beer is setting up three limited edition Twang Sour beers on tap with flavours like Pina Colada, Sangria and Watermelon Margarita.

A live band will be on stage to perform and entertain the crowd, as guests chill and enjoy their beers. Whilst there will be plenty of booze, there will also be heaps of food trucks to satisfy a hungry stomach. There will also be cake for everyone — it is a birthday party after all! 

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Meanwhile, Ballistic Beer is reportedly in the early stages of setting up another facility on the south side of Brisbane. Owner David Kitchen said that they will be brewing his favourite type of beers at the still-undisclosed location. 

The company is also expanding its Salisbury site with a function area for birthday parties, weddings and just about any event. Details of the beer company’s progress and growth will be highlighted at the third birthday party.

Bushfire Fundraiser: Ballistic Beer Raises Glass to Bushfire Recovery Heroes

Australians love nothing more than to toast to big wins, milestones, and personalities with a good drink. This time, Ballistic Beer in Salisbury is raising a glass to some amazing heroes and the indomitable Australian spirit, inviting beer lovers to support bushfire relief efforts through an intoxicating but remarkable fundraiser.

Ballistic Beer has pledged all of its bar sales on Saturday, the 11th of Jan 2020, to the men and women who have been risking their lives to the bushfire recovery since November 2019. Whilst some of their efforts have had heartbreaking outcomes, these volunteers have been tirelessly doing what they can to help contain the bushfires and save lives. 

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“We would love it if you could come down show support to those who have had a bloody tough Christmas period,” Ballistic Beer’s invitation to this worthy cause stated. 

“We feel like we need to show support for those of us who are doing it tougher than we are. We’d love your help and it’s as simple as coming down and having a beer.”

The bar is prepared to give guests quite a party as Ballistic Beer will set up food trucks and bring live music. Door prizes will also be given away to some lucky guests. Even children are invited as there will be kids’ movies and a jumping castle at the venue. 

Ballistic Beer’s bushfire fundraiser will start at 1:00 p.m. If you’re not a beer drinker, juice, soft drinks and wine will be served as well. The event will benefit Wires, the wildlife rescue organisation, and The Salvation Army Australia. 

Modify Your Workout Routine With Ballistic Beer Yoga in Salisbury

Bet you never thought beer and yoga can go together! But wouldn’t it be fun to down a drink whilst doing a downward dog? If you’ve been practising yoga for a while and feel the need to change your routine, Ballistic Beer in Salisbury is giving you that opportunity as it’s hosting another Ballistic Beer Yoga on Thursday, the 19th of Sept. at 5:45 p.m.

Stretching and bending whilst holding a bottle or can of beer brings some challenges, which can further put your muscles to work as you try to balance and do the right stance. 

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If you think beer yoga is just a fitness fad, you might be surprised to learn that it’s been around since 2014 in Germany, the U.S. and the U.K. Ballistic Beer has been hosting this event at their brewery at 53 McCarthy Road since 2018. 

The pub holds beer yoga sessions on Thursdays fortnightly with The Long-Haired Yogi, Samantha Ball, so there’s always a chance to try this out if you’ve been stuck in a rut at regular yoga. 

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If this is your first yoga session, then there’s more reason for you to join a beer yoga session. As a first-timer, you’ll have less inhibition about performing the exercises. The beer also helps calm down the nerves. 

Ballistic Beer Yoga costs $15 a ticket, which you can pay at the event. Don’t forget to bring your yoga mat.