The Taphouse in Darlinghurst has claimed top spot in 2019’s Top 65 Beer Venues.
The new production brewery in Vasse can brew up to 4 million litres a year.
Triple-1-Three, which owns Otherside Brewing Co. has appointed Al Taylor as CEO.
Due to open March 2019, it will feature an Otherside Brewing brewpub.
2,340 bottles of Bourbon County Stout will be available to Australians from 23 November.
Indigenous tourism operator Robert Dann is creating beer with the boab fruit.
Events in NSW, WA and QLD are scheduled for the next two weekends.
The company has rebranded its national sales and marketing arm.
The brewery’s ‘coming of age’ will also be celebrated with a series of events.
The new production brewery will be able to make 5,000 litres of beer a day.
More than 50 events are slated for the 17th WA Beer Week.
Upgrades in Port Melbourne and Margaret River are expected to increase capacity and consistency.
Brew U and Beerfarm are buying strawberries from struggling farmers to make beers.
The brewery is now part of a venue that includes a winery and a distillery.
Tanika Prowse from The Elephant British Pub in Adelaide is ‘Australia’s Best Guinness Pint Pourer’.
Stomping Ground has triumphed for the second year running in B&B’s Top 50 Brewpubs.
A limited edition version of Harvest Red Ale will raise funds for Beer Season.
We sit down with Joel Beresford, co-owner of this true craft beer oasis.
Gage Roads Brewing Co has acquired 100% of the shares in Matso’s for $13.25m.
Researchers have called on Tourism WA to use craft beer as a tourism resource.
A plethora of craft breweries at a concentration found nowhere else in regional Australia.
A new Batch nitro can, a Guinness Porter in Australia, and a Gage Roads Gose.
Ashworth experiments with weekly small-batch releases at the brewpub.
The results are in! We name Australia’s best beer venues.