Two complaints, one regarding a Pirate Life-sponsored YouTube snowboarding video and another about Currumbin Valley’s ‘juicy’ hazy IPA have been upheld by ABAC.
Despite the difficult times and issues with JobKeeper payments, the state’s brewers have every reason to be optimistic, according to Melbourne business advisory firm TR Consulting.
Melbourne’s Burnley Brewing and beer brand A Local Beer have teamed up for a beer made from surplus bread and locally-sourced fruit.
In some much-needed positive news, the founder of Barossa Valley Brewing has responded to a break in at their SA brewpub by offering free meals.
Bodriggy Brewing Co. opened its Abbotsford venue 12 months ago, and it’s been a rollercoaster of a year, but COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the Melbourne brewers from planning ahead.
Nine months after plans for its Newcastle brewery were submitted, Modus Operandi’s new site has officially been given the green light by the council.
Following the announcement that Asahi’s alcohol business in Australia would be operating under the Carlton & United Breweries banner, a new executive team has been announced.
Hundreds of thousands of litres of beer which brewers couldn’t sell in venues during the COVID-19 lockdowns has been used to generate energy in SA.
Queensland’s Land & Sea Brewery received a complaint against its Juicebox IPA, highlighting the challenges with marketing certain modern beer styles and standing out from the crowd.
Coles Liquor, owners of Liquorland, reported a rise in revenue as COVID-19 lockdowns, 100 local supplier additions and online presence aid growth.