Over 18,000 Australians took part in the survey, which returned some fascinating results.
Tribe Breweries will become the Australian licensed brewer and distributor of PBR.
It’s the brand’s first major new beer release in the past decade.
Vote now in the three People’s Choice categories to have your say.
Stone & Wood Brewery expects to open its first Brisbane venue in 2019.
Lion has announced that cans of its popular ale will hit shelves by late August.
This is the brewery’s first venture into the city itself.
Birchal is offering IBA members a free CSF document preparation service.
Another excise increase in August could see prices rise once again.
The new 1,000 sq m site is a five minute walk from their original brewhouse.
The brewery will incorporate new energy-saving technologies to produce 100,000 pints a day.
The plan is to turn the 2,500 sqm site into a ‘tap garden’.
‘Odd Culture’ will have eight taps dedicated to wild fermentation and minimum intervention ales.
The collaborative beer will be a 5.5% Red XPA, available from 7 September.
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.
Winter has brought some great festivals celebrating darker beers.
Felons Brewing Co is set to open at the Howard Smith Wharves.
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.