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Locally brewed beer supports 12,564 full-time Australian jobs and generates almost $6bn in economic activity.
Beer retailer Beer Cartel has published its annual list of Australia’s Ultimate Top 50 Beers.
Australia’s largest hop grower reports a 13% year-on-year increase in production following this year’s harvest.
The Welders Dog will be getting all its barley from one field to assess terroir.
New podcast reveals the story of the most successful brewing start-up of the modern era.
Wrong Side Brewing is leaving its birthplace in Jamieson, Victoria, and hitting the road.
A new UK marketing campaign promoting the relaunch of Carlsberg’s flagship beer is turning heads.
An increase in the excise refund cap will provide independent brewers with $70,000 more capital.
Bright Brewery has announced the arrival of a new head brewer – Reid Stratton.
South Australian barley grower AG Schilling decides to brew its own beer.
The first beers from the new brand Fathom will be showcased at Brewsvegas.
Coopers’ new malting plant has reached 90 per cent of its capacity.
Dainton Brewery is planning to open a second taphouse and a barrel-ageing program.
Economic researchers have put a dollar figure on the economic contribution of beer in NZ.
Some of the world’s largest breweries are starting to brew with artificial intelligence.
The company launched a craft beer subscription service to tackle isolation and mental health issues.
One Drop Brewing Co. was founded by long term locals Meg Barbic and Clay Grant.
The new hops are part of Hop Product Australia’s $35m expansion project.
Meet the Makers: Women in Beer, Wine and Spirits features an all-female line-up.
The UK’s first accredited cider sommelier Jane Peyton will feature at the 2019 Cider Conference.
The AB InBev-owned group has taken over the Australian online beer distributor.