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.
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.
One attendee threw an alcohol-drenched German hat at a police officer.
The third annual festival will take place at Bridge Road Brewers in Beechworth.
The award-winning Tuatara Brewing Company has been sold.
A new course is set to rectify the shortage of well-qualified brewers in Australia.
The Institute of Beer, is helping educate the country’s beer professionals.
The CBIA national conference and awards are on the move again.
The CBIA is looking to address the lack of reliable industry data.
Bitter Phew’s Aaron Edwards discuss the challenges around stocking US beers in his venue.
Yeastie Boys is setting up a brewing and distribution base in Australia.
With beer consumption at an all-time low, women are being encouraged to join the industry.
Coopers has recorded its 23rd consecutive year of growth, but it’s not all good news.
AB InBev announces the US craft beer market has been decelerating for three months.
Tuatara was named Champion NZ Brewery at the Brewers Guild of New Zealand Beer Awards.
In 2016-17 domestic alcohol consumption is expected to reach its lowest level for 50 years.
Two major craft beer equipment manufacturers; DME and Newlands Systems have united.
The results are in from the Sydney Royal Beer & Cider Show.
After the previous distributor pulled out, Lion will take over the Panhead’s distribution.
Stone & Wood has voluntarily recalled a batch of Pacific Ale, following potential chemical contamination.