Details of the latest beer and alcohol beverage releases from Australian and New Zealand breweries announced in June 2020.
Victoria’s Bright Brewery announces the return of its Darker Days event within COVID guidelines, alongside its new 12% Stubborn Russian Imperial Stout.
This week features releases from Modus Operandi, White Bay Beer, Otherside, Sauce and Deeds, a special seasonal release from Stone & Wood and more.
While much of the focus has been on the impact that lockdowns are having on breweries and venues, brewers associations are also facing their own challenges as their events are postponed.
Law firm MinterEllison has provided us with an excellent summary of the Federal Government’s JobKeeper program, as well as other legal resources to manage COVID-19
Broo has scotched media reports that its Mildura Brewery is for sale with founder Kent Grogan saying it will instead be investing in the facility.
Pete and Matt discuss the news of the week, including the viral marketing of VB, Great Northern’s Father’s Day campaign and the question of whether alcohol companies are using digital marketing to appeal to minors.
Publicly-listed brewing operation, Broo, has been forced to confirm to the Australian Stock Exchange that it has complied with its disclosure requirements following today’s significant, unexplained share price jump.
Lion-owned Hahn has acknowledged the changing face of the beer market, launching its first gluten-free beer.
Victoria’s Ellerslie Hop Estate was officially reopened on Thursday last week marking its recovery from last year’s devastating fire.