North Melbourne’s Meat Market will play host to the funky new festival concept in late-August.
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The 600-litre brewery and tasting room will open its doors in spring.
The lucky few will receive new, limited-release and specialty beers from near and far.
What does the average day of a professional brewer entail? Answers here.
The brewery has appointed a General Manager and recruited a National Marketing Manager.
While consumption is declining overall, the IBA finds that independent beer is on the up.
Beer retailer Beer Cartel has published its annual list of Australia’s Ultimate Top 50 Beers.
Australia’s largest hop grower reports a 13% year-on-year increase in production following this year’s harvest.
The US$300 million deal brings together two of the US’ largest craft breweries.
From a ‘Vegemight Gose’ to a sour brewed with tyrant ants, here’s what to expect.
New podcast reveals the story of the most successful brewing start-up of the modern era.
The ‘Master of the Brewniverse’ competition winner will have their beer sold in Dan Murphy’s.
Bridge Road is taking a stand against beer giants by declaring its independence from Australia.
It’s a busy time at the IBA, with the association also relocating to Melbourne.
The Brewers Association in the US has released its 2019 Beer Style Guidelines.
No minimum juice content requirements and different government definitions are holding back Australian cider.
The “probably not the best beer in the world” campaign is a “UK specific situation”.
Bucket Boys and Thorpe Hospitality are collaborating to open the concept at the Oxford Tavern.
A number of international brewers will host a variety of events between 10-19 May.
The Hunter Valley brewery’s F/A-18% Rhino IIIIIPA sits at the truly extreme end of brewing.
We chat to the brewers doing exciting things in this booming pocket of northeast Victoria.
A new UK marketing campaign promoting the relaunch of Carlsberg’s flagship beer is turning heads.
An increase in the excise refund cap will provide independent brewers with $70,000 more capital.
The acquisition further cements Lion’s entry into the growing craft spirits category.