This week on Beer is a Conversation we meet brewer Matt Jancauskas from Brouhaha Brewery in Maleny Queensland.
On Radio Brews News the Brews News editorial team discuss the beer news of the week.
Two new beers made with 100 per cent West Australian barley will lead Gage Roads’ beer offer at Optus Stadium in Perth.
Icon Brewing has been in the Supreme Court of New South Wales again this week, arguing it is owed $1.74 million by its former packaging partner Boka Beverages.
The Wilderness Society has teamed up with Moo Brew on a new beer that aims to help protect Tasmania’s Giant Lobster.
Gage Roads Brewing Company has largely eradicated workplace safety incidents after introducing new safety policies following an external audit, the company has revealed.
United States retailers Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Amazon will sell the BrewArt Beer system developed by Coopers.
Goose Island will release 900 bottles of its limited edition barrel-aged imperial stout, Bourbon County Stout (BCS), in Australia.
Liquor and gaming regulators are currently considering the hotel licence application by Laundy Hotels for its greenfields brewpub slated for western Sydney.
Coopers Brewery has not seriously considered the possibility of buying a craft brewery because the price tags are too hard to justify, according to managing director Dr Tim Cooper.