News today that the upcoming budget will reveal excise wins for brewers…but is the news all good for brewers?
In this episode of Beer is a Conversation, James chats with Jos Ruffell, co-founder of New Zealand brewery Garage Project. They discuss the opening of their new cellar door, their diversification into winemaking, and their move to contract brew beers at a new facility in Napier.
The Queensland Government is moving ahead on its promise to deliver a craft beer strategy for the local industry.
Record numbers of breweries opened across the US during 2017, despite the sector experiencing its lowest growth rate in years, the Craft Brewers Conference has heard.
Stone & Wood has released The Prequel, an ultra-dry-hopped beer that CEO Ben Summons describes as “Pacific Ale dialled up to eleven”.
This week on Beer is a Conversation, James chats with with Matt Warner and Paul ‘Wattie’ Watson of ParrotDog Brewery in Wellington, New Zealand. They discuss their crowdfunding experience as well as the ParrotDog back story, and a preview of what the guys have coming up in 2018.
This July, in the depths of darkness and on the chilliest of days, festivalgoers will join in waking up winter when the Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival kicks off on Friday 13th July.
Sales volumes of Gage Roads Brewing’s proprietary products are up 56 per cent on the same time last year, the company announced to the ASX.
Pete and Matt discuss the week’s biggest stories including 4 Pines Pacific Ale, Hargreaves Hill’s rebrand and our discussion panel ‘Logistics in a craft beer world’.
The Commercial Club Albury has opened Albury Brewhouse, believed to be the first brewery in the New South Wales border city.