We’re bringing in 2020 with our 14 fantastic winners.
Check out one of our dedicated Homebrewer recipes here.
The Queensland government is investing $1.1 million to open BrewLab in early 2020.
We sat down for a chat with homebrewing legend and founding ANHC director Phil Yeung.
When Sierra Nevada launched its Campfire Relief Fund, even homebrew clubs pitched in.
Homebrewers of Australia, check out these new launches.
We have a chat with Steve ‘Hendo’ Henderson about homebrewing in Australia.
Homebrew Week returns and looks at the importance of homebrew clubs.
Homebrewer Technical Editor Jake Brandish takes a look at brewing stouts.
Check out the latest homebrew equipment and ingredients on the market.
We chat with two-time Beer & Brewer Awards winner John Preston of Grain & Grape.
Beer & Brewer talks to Scott Harris from Coopers about the brewery’s DIY brewing products.
Homebrew Week starts with some top tips for getting started as a homebrewer.
What does centrifugal technology bring to craft brewing?
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.
The ‘Master of the Brewniverse’ competition winner will have their beer sold in Dan Murphy’s.
Two enterprising hop growers are growing hops where you might not expect – Queensland.
South Australian barley grower AG Schilling decides to brew its own beer.
Collaborative brews with Lagunitas, Stone and Salt Brewery will be brewed again.
We caught up with the founder of the San Francisco Homebrewers Guild for a chat.
The new hops are part of Hop Product Australia’s $35m expansion project.
A national project is calling on brewers to help review and develop brewing qualifications.
This year’s BrewCon will be held in Melbourne in September.