Brewer David Nicholls is leaving Moa after 13 years to start his own brewery in the wine-growing region of Blenheim.
With cans generating hype across the beer world, why are a surprising number of Kiwi breweries still committed to glass? Michael Donaldson investigates.
Leading Kiwi hop supplier NZ Hops Ltd has reunited with government-owned research institute Plant & Food to ensure an ongoing supply of new varieties.
Parrotdog’s return to Wellington’s Beervana festival for the first time since 2017 reflects the way the business is benefitting from the huge growth it has gone through in recent years.
Less than 18 months after raising $2 million in crowdfunding, Auckland-based Behemoth brewery is looking for additional capital as it aims to expand its empire.
As the seltzer wave readies to hit New Zealand, DB Breweries has turned to an old, unused beer recipe as the base for its version to ensure it qualifies for sale in grocery.
When brewers get it right, drinkers love the rich, powerful hit that comes from hop oil – but it’s not always easy getting it right.
Brewers will soon be able to source New Zealand hop oils after NZ Hops announced a new partnership deal with UK-based Totally Natural Solutions (TNS).
A move from glass bottles to cans drove an increase in market share for New Zealand’s Moa Brewing in the last financial year according to its latest annual report.
Cassels Brewing in Christchurch is celebrating a repeat triumph for its flagship Milk Stout at the World Beer Awards.