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The deal is going ahead, but Asahi must divest five of their brands.
Australia’s breweries are sticking up for each other and their customers.
With pubs closing, Lion will take back full and capped kegs free of charge.
CEO Peter Filipovic has warned of the risks of an enforced shut-down of brewing.
IBA call to buy indie beers during the Coronavirus crisis to keep breweries afloat.
Beer festivals and events across Australia have been cancelled or postponed due to Coronavirus.
New and interesting brews from across Australia are here!
XXXX Dry and Furphy’s Crisp Lager will be launching in their local areas first.
Tickets for Good Beer Week go on sale on Monday 23 March.
Moffs Summer Ale was Grand Champion Beer at the Royal Queensland Food and Wine Show.
Breweries across Australia are celebrating International Women’s Day with beers and events.
A study released by UNSW has been labelled as inadequate and incomplete.
Free the NEIPA will be released for International Women’s Day.
The globally brewed beer is expected to raise over $850,000 for bushfire relief.
Breweries across Australia have been launching new beers.
The IPA and Specialty Beer categories have been split for this year’s AIBA.
The Federal Court of Australia ruled on Urban Alley’s claims of copyright infringement.
Supercharger supplanted Garage Project’s Pernicious Weed at the top of the poll.
The global market for non-alcoholic beer is forecast to reach $41 billion by 2027.
Last Man Standing lager is the first beer from a brewery co-founded by Steven Bradbury.
The Hottest 100’s most consistent performer edged Balter XPA to reach top spot.
Registration for GABS has officially opened.
Get hold of the new year’s beers.