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.
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.
NSW Government and Opposition commit to Independent Brewing Strategy after upcoming election.
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 Petersham venue will only stock local beers and hopes to brew its own.
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.
Brewmanity’s Beer March kicks off on Saturday with an event at Beer Fest.
Dainton Brewery is planning to open a second taphouse and a barrel-ageing program.
Two Birds Brewing’s Danielle Allen is a state finalist in the Telstra Business Women’s Awards.
The opening was attended by Noosa MP Sandy Bolton and mayor of Noosa Tony Wellington.
Swell Brewing Co has opened a brewery and taphouse in McLaren Vale.
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles fan opens Beaver Brewery in Darwin’s Coconut Grove.
The crowdfunding campaign raised over $1.2 million for the brewery’s expansion plans.
Economic researchers have put a dollar figure on the economic contribution of beer in NZ.
Collaborative brews with Lagunitas, Stone and Salt Brewery will be brewed again.
New beers from Modus, 4 Pines, BentSpoke, Balter, Hemingway’s, Stomping Ground, Pirate Life and more.
Entries are now open for the 2019 Australian International Beer Awards.