SA brewery backs new festival and an initiative to bring people back to the pub.
Much-loved festival makes a comeback as open-air event HomeBrewed.
Prancing Pony has won the fight and now it’s back and ready to trade on.
The revocation follows a complaint made by Prancing Pony whose takeaway service was shut down.
The brewery’s takeaway drive-through was closed by police on 8 April.
The development comes as more and more people enrol on courses.
A new program has been developed that will upskill brewery workers in SA.
Breweries dealing with the fires raging across Australia call for people’s support.
The new packaging calls for social change.
Sales volumes grew by 2% on the back of new product launches.
The seven team members received diplomas from the UK’s Institute of Brewing and Distilling.
Licensing rules in both states are said to be currently incompatible with the CSF regime.
The brewery will open a courtside bar at the basketball team’s home at the AEC.
The $11 million expansion is the brewery’s third in five years.
Our Regional Brewery Series returns for a trip to the ‘wine-making’ regions around Adelaide.
Prancing Pony’s Hopwork Orange is being brewed collaboratively by the UK’s Purity Brewing.
The Taphouse in Darlinghurst has claimed top spot in 2019’s Top 65 Beer Venues.
Recently opened brewpub Sparkke at the Whitmore has brewed its first beer.
Coopers is rolling out its new XPA after officially unveiling it at GABS last weekend.
As well as the new Leabrook barley, another Cooper has also entered the family business.
Coopers won the award at the World Barley, Malt and Beer Conference.
South Australian barley grower AG Schilling decides to brew its own beer.
Coopers’ new malting plant has reached 90 per cent of its capacity.
The Port Adelaide brewery will feature a 22-yard main bar, as well as a barbershop.