Find out the results of the 2019 AIBAs, held in Melbourne on 16 May.
Check out the awards Aussie brewers have been winning at home and abroad.
The Welders Dog will be getting all its barley from one field to assess terroir.
New podcast reveals the story of the most successful brewing start-up of the modern era.
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 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.
The Brewers Association of Australia has hit back at “demonstrably wrong” reports.
ShowStopper Australian Pale Ale has been brewed especially for the Show.
Queensland’s Central Coast now has a new brewery – Whitsunday Islands Brewing Co.
Lion has acquired 100 per cent of leading UK craft brewer, Magic Rock Brewing Company.
A guide to Queensland’s craft beer scene in our first state-themed week of 2019.
Bright Brewery has announced the arrival of a new head brewer – Reid Stratton.
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 decision means 25 million fewer rings will enter the environment each year.
The core range names have been inspired by adventurous activities in the High Country.
The Port Adelaide brewery will feature a 22-yard main bar, as well as a barbershop.