Furphy Refreshing Ale has been made available on a national basis, the beer having outgrown its home of Little Creatures Geelong in three and a half years.
Craft brewers are increasingly embracing advanced hop products as more efficient use of ingredients becomes a necessity for their businesses, says YCH Hops’ Steve Carpenter.
The National Measurement Institute has provided updated guidance on the sale of beer in growlers and other non-standard vessels, with higher fines introduced for brewers who fail to comply.
Lion has reported a fall in sales and earnings due to the conclusion of its AB InBev beer distribution agreement, but there were some positives for the brewer to take from 2017, including the continued growth of Furphy.
Sydney’s Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel has completed its first ever rebrand, which owners the Hayden family have dubbed “a new coat for an old Lord”.
The Weatherill Government will contribute $2 million to the development of Pirate Life’s new brewery and bar in Port Adelaide.
Biggie Juice, a six per cent ABV New England IPA from Feral Brewing, has earnt a release in bottles following a successful draught debut last year.
Broo Limited has reassured investors that its ambitious brewing ventures will soon bear additional fruit, as its cash supplies continue to diminish.
The impact of the Optus Stadium contract on Gage Roads’ cashflows will become clear in the third quarter of FY18, the company said on Wednesday.
Despite softer sales to the national chains, Gage Roads Brewing Company’s proprietary products are up 16 per cent on the same time last year, the company reports.