The national study will help better understand the attitudes of Australian craft beer drinkers.
The brewery has ditched the Wallabies but signed two new sponsorship deals.
MP urges excise, policy and planning changes in a Private Member’s Bill presented to Parliament.
The group aims to cement Inner West Sydney as the beer capital of Australia.
The company says it will gain a better understanding of the beer consumer.
Brewers are encouraged to enter their “crazy stuff” into the new innovation category.
50,000 tonnes of CO2 from the power station’s exhaust will be captured and purified yearly.
The world’s largest beer company has acquired a minority stake in RateBeer.
We take a look at some of the breweries who provide this (sometimes controversial) service.
New owners will keep the craft beer focus alive at the renowned venue.
Oxebar uses blow molding technology to produce one-way kegs as large as 50 litres.
White Rabbit White Ale (draught) has been crowned Champion Australian Beer for 2017.
A whirlwind three-day tour of some of Melbourne’s beer hot spots.
US hop acreage has almost doubled in five years.
The acquisition is AB InBev’s first US craft brewery purchase in 2017.
Trophies were awarded to nine brewers and one cidermaker, including two from NZ.
The CBIA Conference’s possible award winners could include a significant proportion of women.
It will secure 100 per cent of its purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2025.
The cellar door in Marrickville, around the corner from Grifter and Batch, opens in May.
A crowdfunding campaign is underway to get the beer on the market.
The announcement comes as an investment firm acquires 23 per cent of the company.
Hopeful of securing funding under the $50m Export and Regional Wine Support package.
The expanded distribution adds to Hawthorn’s presence in the country’s southern provinces.
Q&A: Talking strategy and the value of limited releases with the Melbourne craft stalwarts.