The new brewery has a 2.5 million litre capacity and a taproom and visitor centre.
Pete Brown’s keynote speech at BrewCon focused on the importance of marketing and brand.
Dainton’s Triple Dry Hopped Double Red Eye Rye was Champion Australian Indie Beer.
Indie Beer Day is a celebration of indie breweries happening on 26 October 2019.
All the beers will be brewed in accordance with German Purity Law.
We chatted to BrewCon speakers Stephen Beaumont and Jim Withee about their upcoming talks.
Staves’ Pale Ale took top spot in a record-breaking competition.
The Champion Beer and Cider will be announced at the Grape, Grain & Graze Festival.
The program of speakers and events at BrewCon 2019 has been released.
Craft breweries are working with HalfCut in August to support the Rainforest Trust.
The results of the 2019 Royal Adelaide Beer, Cider & Spirit Awards have been revealed.
This year’s guest international judge is world-renowned UK cider producer Tom Oliver.
This year’s BrewCon promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Prancing Pony’s Hopwork Orange is being brewed collaboratively by the UK’s Purity Brewing.
North Melbourne’s Meat Market will play host to the funky new festival concept in late-August.
Hawke’s Brewing Co has launched a month-long initiative to celebrate the former Prime Minister.
Currumbin Valley Brewing’s Grape Bubblegum Sour won the People’s Choice at a record-breaking GABS.
The cancellation comes after a drop in registration and lagging sponsorship.
We catch up with 4 Pines’ chief brewer to talk about his AIBA-winning Schwarzbier.
Find out what’s happening at this year’s AusCider 2019 in Hobart on 3 June.
From a ‘Vegemight Gose’ to a sour brewed with tyrant ants, here’s what to expect.
A number of international brewers will host a variety of events between 10-19 May.
The Hunter Valley brewery’s F/A-18% Rhino IIIIIPA sits at the truly extreme end of brewing.