Beer and cider makers were recognised at last night’s Australian Liquor Industry Awards.
There’s been a flurry of new beers hitting taps and shelves across the country.
A preview of some of the exciting events hitting Sydney from 26 October-4 November.
The world-first trust mark will identify ciders made with 100 per cent Australian fruit.
The Tasmanian cidery took home four out of the 10 awards at the Sydney event.
Agave Ginger Cider and Manly Perry were chosen as the world’s best in their categories.
Billson’s Brewery in Beechworth has been granted a licence to make beer, gin and whisky.
The festival will run from 6 to 7 October in Sydney’s Inner West.
The trust mark will give the same assurances as the IBA’s Seal of Independence.
There are 13 prizes up for grabs in this year’s Beer & Brewer Awards.
The sixth Australian Cider Festival will be held at the Mercure Sydney on 6 October.
This is the brewery’s first venture into the city itself.
The brewery has also announced its latest release from its Pilot Brewery.
Another excise increase in August could see prices rise once again.
The AB InBev-owned group has taken over the Australian online beer distributor.
Vegan brewer Yulli’s Brews has opened its own brewery and tap house in Alexandria.
The beer will be available exclusively at the Beer InCider Experience in Brisbane.
The popular dry cider will be available in cans over the coming weeks.
Big Shed won with Boozy Froot and Devil’s Brewery with Grandma’s Jam Cider.
Get your entries in for the 2018 Australian Cider Awards.
Two-session fair aims to get customers in front of producers.
The Australian craft cider industry hopes to follow the wine industry’s export-driven direction.
The week in beer: two exciting distillery collaborations, a couple of NEIPAs and more.
The inaugural Byron Bay Craft Beer and Cider festival will be held on 5 May.