HIGH Country breweries have banded together in the wake of summer bushfires and the COVID-19 crisis.
While some faced losing their breweries to bushfire and others had to close during the peak season, all are now enduring an extended full or partial closure during the coronavirus pandemic.
Four breweries and a cidery are offering the High Country at Home Can-Demic Case, which is 24 cans of handcrafted beer and cider.
Bright Brewery marketing manager Laura Gray said the Can-Demic Case would appeal to beer lovers who were missing the High Country.
"This is such a spectacular time of year in the High Country, and it's also a time when our local breweries are turning out some of their best brews, so it's devastating that we can't share that with visitors this year," Ms Gray said.
"But the Can-Demic Case allows us to send 24 little pieces of the High Country out into people's homes."
Participating breweries include Bright Brewery, Bridge Road Brewers, Black Dog Brewery, Blizzard Brewing Co and Alpine Cider.
"We'd all normally be welcoming brewery tours through the High Country, getting ready for the Darker Days festival, and working on our annual collaboration brew, but with all that now on ice, the Can-Demic Case was born," Ms Gray said.
To order before May 24 visit brightbrewery.com.au/candemiccase.