Winter has brought some great festivals celebrating darker beers.
Felons Brewing Co is set to open at the Howard Smith Wharves.
The bottle shop will focus on supporting independent beer, cider, wine and spirit makers.
Two-session fair aims to get customers in front of producers.
Trading times extended for Vivid, FIFA World Cup, State of Origin and NRL Grand Final.
Gage Roads named as the official partner for Cricket Victoria for the next three years.
Record entries at the 2018 AIBAs see victory for Beerland and Three Weavers.
A new Seal of Independence will help consumers identify independent Australian beers.
3 Ravens has rebranded itself and launched a new Caw range of three beers.
Tribe Breweries is set to open Stockade Brew Co venue in Marrickville in May.
BrewCon 2018 has announced its schedule, featuring talks, seminars and the Indies.
New research has revealed the importance of Australian beer to the national economy.
The beer is the latest and fourth full-time addition to the brewery’s core range.
Carlton & United Breweries has signed a 12-year power purchase agreement with BayWar.e.
Are consumers overwhelmed by the bombardment of new craft beers?
4 Pines Brewing Company will now operate bars and cafés on the Manly ferries.
The Imperial IPA leads the charge in what’s been a big week for new releases.
BrewDog launched a ‘new’ beer called Pink IPA aiming to highlight gender pay inequality.
Bright Brewery in Victoria scoops a silver medal at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards.
Venues in the Oxford Street area receive lockout exemption for the 40th Sydney Mardi Gras.
Shadow Environment Minister Penny Sharpe hits out at the Government’s handling of the CDS.
The refreshed Magners range now features a ‘Juicy Apple’ flavour.
Island Records is launching a new music-inspired session IPA in Australia.
Iron Jack will be the first beer released by new brand identity Legendary Brewing Co.