Stone Beer fans can expect a more biscuity flavour profile from this year’s vintage, Stone & Wood’s Brad Rogers has told Radio Brews News.
The likelihood of a new vaccine to prevent coeliac disease may be enough to deter would-be entrants to the gluten-free beer market, according to the country’s leading gluten-free brewer.
American beer drinkers are starting to push back on everchanging beer rosters with few recognisable brands, says Brooklyn Brewery CEO Eric Ottaway. Ottaway told Australian Brews News that “rotator bars” have exploded across the US in recent years, but there are signs the phenomenon may have run its course. “We’ve become the rotation nation,” he… Read more →
It’s not surprising that beer drinkers are becoming suspicious of crowdfunding says UK beer writer Pete Brown.
Pork’d, a casual Sydney diner that marries a wide array of pork dishes with craft beers, owes part of its inspiration to a few days of immersion in Portland’s thriving food and beer scene for head chef Mark Jensen. Jensen and wife Pauline, both of Vietnamese restaurant Red Lantern, together with Mick Bain of Surry… Read more →
A bumper lineup of speakers has been announced for the 2015 Cider Industry Conference, to be held in the renowned New South Wales apple growing district of Batlow on May 15. The Cider Industry Conference is part of a three-day program of cider events in Batlow, bookended by the Cider Australia AGM on Thursday May 14 and Batlow CiderFest Street… Read more →
Beer ratings websites should allow more of an opportunity for brewers to reach out to amateur critics and deal with beer quality concerns, according to a North American brewer…
Victoria’s Bridge Road Brewers will once again be releasing two one-off 100% wet hop beers in 2015, The Harvest and The Dark Harvest made with three different research hop varieties from Rostrevor Hop Gardens. Bridge Road founder Ben Kraus said this will be the eighth year the brewery has released a wet hop beer. “Please… Read more →
Australia’s consumer watchdog has meted out a $10,200 fine to Independent Liquor Group (ILG), creator of a product called ‘Aussie Beer’ that was actually made in China. Aussie Beer was a private label product developed by NSW-based wholesaler ILG for sale to its trade customers, which include pubs and retailers that belong to its own Little… Read more →