After an historic deal, beer rights at Canberra’s 13,500-seater Manuka Oval cricket ground will be spread between BentSpoke, Capital and Lion.
With brewers looking to lower alcohol beers to embrace consumer attitudes towards healthier lifestyles, yeast is being looked at in an entirely different way.
Peter Margin has stepped down as chairman of Asahi Holdings Australia following the successful integration of Carlton & United Breweries and Asahi this year.
Behemoth Brewing is celebrating a bittersweet capital raise that netted them $1.8m but left some investors upset they were unable to invest because of technical glitches.
This week on the podcast, what happens when your brewery is bought out? We catch up with Balter’s Scott Hargrave and Stirling Howland, one year on.
Young Henrys has teamed up with community radio 4ZZZ to brew a limited edition West Coast IPA in honour of the station’s 45th birthday.
Carlton & United Breweries is upping production of Foster’s Classic by 300 per cent as it taps into ‘iconic’ heritage brands.
Two complaints to ABAC regarding Victoria Bitter and Capital Brewing TV and radio ads have been dismissed by a judging panel.
Cape Byron Distillery has worked with Stone & Wood to create ‘Pacific Moonshine’ – a spirit distilled from kegs of Stone & Wood Pacific Ale.
Capital Brewing Co.’s taproom is now open a Canberra Airport as COVID-19 restrictions ease around the country and the number of flights and passengers increases.