North Melbourne’s Meat Market will play host to the funky new festival concept in late-August.
Recently opened brewpub Sparkke at the Whitmore has brewed its first beer.
Check out new releases from Brewmanity, Little Bang, Wayward, Two Birds and Modus.
Currumbin Valley Brewing’s Grape Bubblegum Sour won the People’s Choice at a record-breaking GABS.
BrewDog co-founder Martin Dickie was in Brisbane to oversee the brewery’s construction.
We catch up with 4 Pines’ chief brewer to talk about his AIBA-winning Schwarzbier.
The Welders Dog will be getting all its barley from one field to assess terroir.
As well as the new Leabrook barley, another Cooper has also entered the family business.
Wrong Side Brewing is leaving its birthplace in Jamieson, Victoria, and hitting the road.
The Brewers Association in the US has released its 2019 Beer Style Guidelines.
The new production brewery in Vasse can brew up to 4 million litres a year.
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.
ShowStopper Australian Pale Ale has been brewed especially for the Show.
Bucket Boys is launching a crowdfunding campaign with hopes of raising up to $1 million.
A guide to Queensland’s craft beer scene in our first state-themed week of 2019.
How have sours evolved from a niche product to a must-have in many breweries’ portfolios?
Four Australian brewers won medals at the UK’s International Brewing and Cider Awards.
South Australian barley grower AG Schilling decides to brew its own beer.
Gage Roads aims to open a brewery and taproom in Redfern in the next year.
The first beers from the new brand Fathom will be showcased at Brewsvegas.
Burleigh Bock won Grand Champion Beer at the Royal Queensland Food & Wine Show.
The core range names have been inspired by adventurous activities in the High Country.