Guinness brewed in Australia has never been more faithful to that produced in Ireland, the brewer says, but not everyone is convinced.
Stone & Wood has raised and donated more than $630,000 to charities through its inGrained Foundation, which has been established as a separate not-for-profit entity.
Citray Sour, an orange farmhouse sour ale, has become the second beer into cans for La Sirene following a popular one-off draught release.
In its second year under new ownership, Sydney Beer Week 2018 will run from October 26 to November 4, with official registrations for venues opening soon.
A long running dispute between two companies over brewing equipment assets was back before the Supreme Court of NSW this week.
Located in the Melbourne beachside suburb of Mordialloc, Albatross Brewing has started production at its own facility, with plans to open to the public soon.
Passengers on Sydney ferries going to and from Circular Quay to Manly can now purchase beers from a 4 Pines Ferry Bar, after the AB InBev subsidiary was successful in a competitive tender.
A collaborative gin from Bridge Road Brewers and Reed & Co Distillery is one of several innovative products that will feature at the High Country Hops Festival in March.
Featuring local bush ingredients and raw honey, the Wilderness Honey Cream Ale is the latest Pilot Batch Collaboration from Stone & Wood.
This week on Radio Brews News Pete and Matt are joined by drinks marketer Zoe Ottaway. They discuss Brewdog’s recent marketing fail with their “Pink IPA” and why Malt Brewing had to rebrand as Revel.