A record number of exhibitors and visitors enjoyed a sunny Saturday in the nation’s capital.
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Q&A: Talking strategy and the value of limited releases with the Melbourne craft stalwarts.
Beer Cartel launches the first Australian Home Brew Survey to better understand the practice.
B&B has two double passes to give away to the festivities on April 8/9.
Three new Mountain Goats, IPAs from Modus Operandi and Wayward, and a Mac’s.
The new team of specialist beer and cider experts to build CCA’s long-term strategy.
The American company has announced a long-term ambition to be the first beer on Mars.
Heineken to launch live-streaming interactive billboards in major Aussie cities.
A new Batch nitro can, a Guinness Porter in Australia, and a Gage Roads Gose.
The DogHouse will feature a beer spa, and Punk IPA on tap in every room.
Ashworth experiments with weekly small-batch releases at the brewpub.
Dunies Lager is just one of many exciting new releases this week.
It sits opposite Suncorp Stadium and will form part of the new Milton Brew Trail.
There has been a flurry of new release beers hitting the shelves.
The Australian Brewery, KAIJU! Beer, and Nail Brewing will all be making the trip.
One venue has been sold while another was put on the market this week.
Switchback Brewing is the first 100 per cent employee-owned brewery in Vermont.
They’ll be pouring a brand-new saison, a Mosaic IPA and an apricot Berliner Weisse.
The panel of 19 independent judges will taste over 2,500 glasses to determine the winner.
One attendee threw an alcohol-drenched German hat at a police officer.
Lobethal Bierhaus in the Adelaide Hills creates Lentil Pale Ale.
The third annual festival will take place at Bridge Road Brewers in Beechworth.
The Institute of Beer, is helping educate the country’s beer professionals.
James Squire has launched a limited release hop-inspired beer, The Hop Father.