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.
Melbourne-based contract brewing operation Sample Brewing is being offered for sale with the business having called in administrators on Tuesday.
While Australia’s largest beer festival was getting underway in Melbourne for its ninth time, Australia’s newest was getting started in Cairns for its first.
Belgian brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev, which owns Australia’s largest brewer Carlton & United Breweries, is poised to list its Asia Pacific business on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange as it attempts to offset debts from years of expensive acquisitions.
ABInBev last week released its first quarter 2019 results showing revenue declines for its Australian operations despite Great Northern’s ongoing strength.
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.
Two of the US’ largest craft breweries, Dogfish Head and Boston Beer Company, have announced plans to merge.
Two Birds Brewing has never been afraid of getting its hands dirty and now it’s going to prove it as the official beer partner of Tough Mudder 2019.
A new barley variety developed by the University of Adelaide and named after Coopers original brewery Leabrook has passed stage one of malt accreditation.