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.
New collaborative IPA is an “amazing invasion and explosion in your mouth”.
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.
Two Birds Brewing celebrate brewery expansion by releasing a new Pale Ale.
Lagunitas Brewing Company to begin selling its beers in Australia.
The panel of 19 independent judges will taste over 2,500 glasses to determine the winner.
Craft brewers Endeavour Vintage Beer Co team up with Applejack Hospitality.
Lobethal Bierhaus in the Adelaide Hills creates Lentil Pale Ale.
Deadline extended for brewers and cider makers to enter the 2017 International Brewing and Cider […]
Hemingway’s is expanding into Cairns with a waterfront brewery set to open in 2018.
The third annual festival will take place at Bridge Road Brewers in Beechworth.
The award-winning Tuatara Brewing Company has been sold.
Brooklyn Brewery to launch new beers in Australia following Brooklyn Lager’s success.
Gage Roads says it is delivering on its five-year strategy.
The Time Out Melbourne People’s Choice award was won by craft beer bar Freddie Wimpoles.
The Silverlake Social will pour the best brews from the United States.
Locally produced craft beer and tinnies will continue to dominate this year.
Gold Coast brewer Balter releases its third tinnie and second full-time beer, the Balter Pilsner.
A new course is set to rectify the shortage of well-qualified brewers in Australia.
The winner of the inaugural Beer & Brewer Top 50 Brewpubs for 2016, is revealed.
Jeremy Sambrooks delves into the wild and wonderful world of sour and wild ales.
The Institute of Beer, is helping educate the country’s beer professionals.