Publicans across Australia will be breathing a sign of relief today with the High Court ruling they have no general duty of care to protect patrons from the consequences of getting drunk..essentially no duty to protect drinkers from themselves.
Tucked away in an industrial estate on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is a little brewery that shows you don’t need a multimillion dollar operation to make great beer.
Australians drink a lot of beer and Matt Kirkegaard tours the brewery keeping many Australian glasses full…
Wine drinkers get handed a leather-bound volume outlining their choices. Beer lovers get the drinks equivalent of the kiddies menu, containing the usual bunch of suspects and non-imported “imports”. Matt Kirkegaard says enough is enough…
A UK brewer aims to claim the title of the World’s Most Bitter Beer with a beer with a beer he estimates will weigh in at 500 IBUs. The Oxford Mail reports that Peter Fowler’s latest creation, a nine-gallon (forty litre) keg of barley wine – made using £100 ($174) worth of hops, compared to… Read more →
Cricket Australia and its partners Foster’s Group, Diageo Australia and the Nine Network today launched their national community service broadcast campaign.
Coopers has commenced the transition process which will eventually see the brewery move from the fifth generation to the sixth. Rachel Cooper-Casserly, 29, is the first member of the sixth generation to join Coopers full time, accepting the position of Brand Marketing Coordinator. Rachel is the daughter of Coopers Chairman and Marketing Director, Glenn Cooper,… Read more →