This year’s BrewCon will be held in Melbourne in September.
Best New Brewery has been awarded to Melbourne’s Burnley Brewing.
TWØBAYS Brewing Co has opened its taproom in the Mornington Peninsula.
Little Creatures has officially opened event space The Furphy Hall in Geelong.
Bright Brewery has won Gold Award again in the RACV Victorian Tourism Awards.
Two previously draught-only products will be available in cans with the new design.
The map features 17 venues in Victoria’s High Country for visitors to the region.
2,340 bottles of Bourbon County Stout will be available to Australians from 23 November.
The brewery’s ‘coming of age’ will also be celebrated with a series of events.
The expanded malthouse in Geelong will be able to produce 200,000 tonnes of malt.
Upgrades in Port Melbourne and Margaret River are expected to increase capacity and consistency.
Billson’s Brewery in Beechworth has been granted a licence to make beer, gin and whisky.
He becomes the first person in the southern hemisphere to achieve the certificate.
The Prince Albert Hotel in Ipswich served 131 different Dainton beers.
Blackman’s Brewery is set to triple its original brewing capacity.
Stomping Ground has triumphed for the second year running in B&B’s Top 50 Brewpubs.
Neil Mills founded Burnley Brewing in November 2017, using Spark Brewing Equipment.
The Incubator allows Fixation to brew and share their hoppiest ideas over the bar.
The Rogue Squire in Melbourne is located at the site of an infamous bushranger battle.
Following last year’s Royal Melbourne Oktoberfest, the event is coming to Sydney this year.
The partnership will see Mornington CEO Matt Bebe become a Tribe shareholder.
The brewery will incorporate new energy-saving technologies to produce 100,000 pints a day.
The collaborative beer will be a 5.5% Red XPA, available from 7 September.
The biodegradable can holder is part of a sustainability drive from the Melbourne brewer.