Coopers Brewery is set to release its new XPA (Extra Pale Ale) in cans.
The ‘Beers 25 2019’ report details the world’s strongest and most valuable beer brands.
Homebrewer Technical Editor Jake Brandish takes a look at brewing stouts.
Check out the latest releases from BentSpoke, Two Birds, Wayward and Bright Brewery.
The New Zealand company will aim to halve its carbon emissions by 2030.
The purchase follows Sample going into administration in mid-May.
This year’s guest international judge is world-renowned UK cider producer Tom Oliver.
The first airport brewery in the Southern Hemisphere will open at Terminal 3 this summer.
Check out the latest homebrew equipment and ingredients on the market.
We chat with two-time Beer & Brewer Awards winner John Preston of Grain & Grape.
Beer & Brewer talks to Scott Harris from Coopers about the brewery’s DIY brewing products.
Homebrew Week starts with some top tips for getting started as a homebrewer.
The survey launched today (4 July) at 3pm, so get involved!
This year’s BrewCon promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The Kurrajong Hotel is set to reopen in August following an extensive renovation.
What does centrifugal technology bring to craft brewing?
The New Zealand brewery Sprig & Fern will open a new venue in Berhampore.
Beer will start flowing from the taps of the new Dubbo brewery on 1 July.
At the Pony we have a strong sense of community. We like to drink beer, […]
Grain and Grape’s kits are brewed on a Speidel Braumeister professional brewing system.
Just like many of the craft breweries in Australia, Gladfield came from pretty humble origins.
Water chemistry is the future of homebrewing and is the key to great tasting beer.
The first Pony in a can. The Piper is a delicious WCIPA with the quality […]
Creamy, dreamy – this is Stone & Wood’s Sticky Nectar hazy mango IPA.