We speak to the winner of this year’s Best Brewer award.
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The ACCC’s preliminary view fears reduced competition in the cider and beer markets.
After weeks of rumours, CUB has acquired the Gold Coast’s Balter Brewing Co.
The Queensland government is investing $1.1 million to open BrewLab in early 2020.
New Belgium will become part of the Lion Little World Beverages network.
Barossa Cider Co. won three awards at the Melbourne event.
Steve Jeffares said the sale of GABS will sharpen his focus on Stomping Ground.
Welcome to our third state-focused week, where we’re heading to Western Australia.
The results of the 2019 Australian Craft Beer Survey by Beer Cartel has been released.
Tam Allenby explores how craft cider is doing wonders for the category.
Beers, breweries and beer venues feature in the 2019 ALIA finalists list.
Homebrew Week returns and looks at the importance of homebrew clubs.
Indie Beer Day is a celebration of indie breweries happening on 26 October 2019.
Jamie Cook will become chair of Fermentum from at the end of 2019.
Welcome to our second State Focus Week, covering all things New South Wales.
The Sunshine Coast brewery has installed 300 solar panels.
The brewing industry is calling for tax cuts instead yet another increase.
The new ‘Small Batch’ brewery is located at the back of the Petersham beer venue.
Homebrew Week starts with some top tips for getting started as a homebrewer.
This year’s BrewCon promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The IBA announces two new board members and bids farewell to director Ben Kraus.
The Taphouse in Darlinghurst has claimed top spot in 2019’s Top 65 Beer Venues.
Currumbin Valley Brewing’s Grape Bubblegum Sour won the People’s Choice at a record-breaking GABS.