In a world first, the beer is made using brand new, water-soluble hemp oil technology.
The Guidelines are available to all indie brewers, even non IBA members.
A preview of some of the exciting events hitting Sydney from 26 October-4 November.
The research warns that quality brewing barley is at particular risk from global warming.
The expanded malthouse in Geelong will be able to produce 200,000 tonnes of malt.
Every alcohol product in both Australia and New Zealand will carry pregnancy warning labels.
American IPA specialist Lagunitas is now available to Kiwi beer drinkers.
Great Barrier Beer 2.0 aims to raise funds for the Australian Marine Conservation Society.
The new production brewery will be able to make 5,000 litres of beer a day.
Upgrades in Port Melbourne and Margaret River are expected to increase capacity and consistency.
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.
The core range features two brand new sessionable beers.
Brew U and Beerfarm are buying strawberries from struggling farmers to make beers.
Agave Ginger Cider and Manly Perry were chosen as the world’s best in their categories.
The brewery is now part of a venue that includes a winery and a distillery.
The partnership will see Iron Jack provide AWDRI with financial and marketing support.
CUB aims to increase its percentage of NABs and LABs to 20% by 2025.
Billson’s Brewery in Beechworth has been granted a licence to make beer, gin and whisky.
The Beatnik range will be the brewery’s first canned beers.
The festival will run from 6 to 7 October in Sydney’s Inner West.
The winning homebrewer will have the chance to brew their beer at Robe Town Brewery.
The Prince Albert Hotel in Ipswich served 131 different Dainton beers.
Alice Springs Brewing Co will be the only brewery in Australia’s desert centre.