Two key brewing trends have inspired the current crop of fruit beers that Australian drinkers seem to be enjoying.
A catch-all category encompassing several distinct styles, wheat beers remain a niche affair in Australia, as evidenced by the limited number of local versions on the market.
In the lead up to the 2017 Hop Harvest, Australian Brews News’ Matt Kirkegaard spent some time with Hop Products Australia’s Dr Simon Whittock.
The spectrum of red, hoppy beers currently proving popular with drinkers owe their origins to the convergence of two modern American craft beer styles.
Hops are the ingredient that kick-started the modern craft beer boom. But how are modern hop varieties bred? Matt Kirkegaard learns the art and science of hop breeding from HPA’s hop breeder Dr Simon Whittock.
To celebrate the release of its new hop Fortnight, Bintani is giving one lucky customer the opportunity to join them on the beer trip of a lifetime.
Bintani Australia has created its own proprietary blend of five different hops, an unprecedented move for a hop supplier, which founder Pete Meddings considers one of his career’s proudest achievements.
Australia’s first mobile bottling service See You Next Brew Day, will be available to east coast breweries by late January.
The marketing benefits of kegs displaying a brewer’s own eye-catching branding are commonly overlooked, according to Bintani Australia.