Happy Good Beer Week from all of us at Brews News. Here are a few new brews to continue the festivities into the weekend.
Tonight the beer industry celebrated the 2019 Australian International Beer Awards in Melbourne’s Docklands with 4 Pines Brewing Co winning the coveted Champion Australian Beer award.
Craft breweries are increasingly becoming saviours to old buildings with the Blue Mountains the latest to host an adaptive reuse project.
After a series of frustrating delays, Melbourne’s Deeds Brewing can now see light at the end of the tunnel.
We’ve got loads of new beers for you to sample this week and some have got an extra serious kick with a few IIPAs in the mix.
Gaining council approval for a brewery can prove immeasurably challenging but for two brewery owners on the New South Wales south coast, it’s been a cinch.
A new barley variety developed by the University of Adelaide and named after Coopers original brewery Leabrook has passed stage one of malt accreditation.
Join us during Good Beer Week at the Cryer Malt Trade Hub on Wednesday, May 15 as we host a discussion on product and packaging recalls.
Canberra’s BentSpoke Brewing Company has followed up its gold medal effort at the 2019 International Beer and Cider Awards with a champion trophy.
Sydney’s inner west recently welcomed a new craft beer brand. Inspired by neither NEIPA nor brut IPA, Nine Fingers Brew was born of a love for darker-style beers.