The brewery has ditched the Wallabies but signed two new sponsorship deals.
Find out if your favourite Festival Beer, Cider or Food Dish made the cut.
The world’s largest beer company has acquired a minority stake in RateBeer.
Oxebar uses blow molding technology to produce one-way kegs as large as 50 litres.
White Rabbit White Ale (draught) has been crowned Champion Australian Beer for 2017.
The Fog City Cloudy ‘activist’ Cider is brewed by East 9th Brewing in Melbourne.
A Danish brewery has created the world’s first ‘Pisner’.
The Victorian cidery has also released a Method Champenoise cider in recent weeks.
A crowdfunding campaign is underway to get the beer on the market.
The wine is fermented with Sauvin hops and packaged in cans.
Hawke’s Brewing Co.’s first beer, Hawke’s Lager, has rolled out.
The ale joins a growing number of mid-strength craft beers hitting the market.
Ten percent of Two Up Pale Ale profits are donated to the Young Veterans charity.
The beer is brewed in Geelong and crafted specifically for the people of Victoria.
Three new Mountain Goats, IPAs from Modus Operandi and Wayward, and a Mac’s.
The new team of specialist beer and cider experts to build CCA’s long-term strategy.
A new Batch nitro can, a Guinness Porter in Australia, and a Gage Roads Gose.
There has been a flurry of new release beers hitting the shelves.
New collaborative IPA is an “amazing invasion and explosion in your mouth”.
The panel of 19 independent judges will taste over 2,500 glasses to determine the winner.
Lobethal Bierhaus in the Adelaide Hills creates Lentil Pale Ale.
Brooklyn Brewery to launch new beers in Australia following Brooklyn Lager’s success.
Gold Coast brewer Balter releases its third tinnie and second full-time beer, the Balter Pilsner.
James Squire has launched a limited release hop-inspired beer, The Hop Father.