A bit crafty
Craft-beer retailer Craft Cartel Liquor is curing indecision with the launch of a massive 100-can case. Inside are beers from 25 independently owned Australian craft brewers, including Hawkers, Young Henrys, Moon Dog and Sauce Brewing. And there’s a brew for every mood – think pale ales, NEIPAs, brown ales and IPAs. The case – which weighs 40 kilograms – will set you back $499, but also includes 10 vouchers worth $20 to spend on the Craft Cartel Liquor website. craftcartel.com.au

Christmas, all boxed up
QT Hotel group is not only known for its quirky suites and ultra-comfortable beds, but also for restaurants that entice more than just those staying overnight. Since there are no international travellers to enjoy its restaurants this Christmas, it’s offering up the talents of its chefs to locals instead, with Christmas meal kits to impress your nearest and dearest. The menu caters for four to six people and includes 15 dishes, with add-on extras including lobster and beverages. Sign up for Sonoma sourdough, tiger prawns and oysters, a whole slow-roasted chicken, glazed ham, pavlova, Christmas puddings and more. $590. qtathome.com

On the rosé
The newly relaunched Forresters in Surry Hills has introduced a bottomless rosé brunch every Saturday and Sunday, from 12pm to 3pm. For $79 you’ll get two hours of bottomless rosé, plus a shared menu that includes fried Southern crab cakes, chicken roasted in lemon and a “Yankee-style” potato salad. forresters.com.au

Sour power
Inner-west brewery Young Henrys has released its latest Brewers B-Sides drop – and it’s perfect for summer. The spectacularly named From Where You’d Guava Be sour is a juicy session pour that earns tartness from tropical fruits and sweetness from German pilsner and wheat malts. younghenrys.com

Willing and able
Radio host and wheelchair basketballer and tennis player Dylan Alcott has launched Able Foods, a profit-for-purpose company that offers a range of 30 ready-made meals for people on the National Disability Insurance Scheme. For those eligible, the meals cost less than $3 each, and the cost of preparation and delivery is covered by the NDIS. The company employs people with disability to make tasty dishes such as lamb korma, Singapore noodles and chicken schnitzel. ablefoods.com.au