Algae, plant feed, and CO2 recovery systems are helping brewers to reuse what would otherwise be a waste product. Young Henrys, Terella and Earthly Labs weigh in on capturing and reusing CO2 in brewing.
Researchers at the University of Melbourne have developed an “electronic nose” device which can be used in small breweries to test the quality and faults in beer as the industry strives for greater quality control measures.
Sydney’s All Hands Brewing House has been sold in a $20 million deal marking a trend of major hospitality groups looking to invest in craft brewing.
The alcohol industry has reacted with dismay after food standards authorities approved plans for mandatory pregnancy risk warning labels which could cost brewers alone $100 million.
One-year-old Dubbo brewery Devil’s Elbow is aiming for 1 million litres with an investment through equity crowdfunding on the Birchal platform.
As part of the local and international beer community’s ongoing support for bushfire relief efforts in Australia, more than 200 brewers the world over have joined forces in a fundraising brew.
Western Australia-based Nail Brewing, has officially launched the Nail Test Brewing series as it aims to increase engagement with its consumers.
Cider Australia has declared March 14 Australian Cider Day to promote the 100% Australian Grown trust mark and educate drinkers about quality Australian cider.
Western Australia’s container deposit scheme organisers WARRRL have announced the forecast scheme price per container.
Cheeky Monkey Brewing Co is creating jobs at its R&D base and across the business following its expansion into a new production facility.