The Siebel Institute of Technology and World Brewing Academy are pleased to again offer scholarships to attend our brewing courses. This year marks a change to offering scholarships for our web-based courses rather than our campus courses, allowing students to participate in our brewing courses without having to take time off work as well as… Read more →
Members of the People’s Popular Front for Good Beer have a new haven in the heart of Coogee…
You don’t need to travel too far from most capital cities before you encounter the beer desert where taps are dominated by identical lagers and bottle shops stocking pretty much the same with maybe the odd bottle of James Squires or Coopers thrown in for a bit of variety. Of course, it’s not enough to… Read more →
With brewing jobs appearing regularly on Australian Brews News, it highlights the constant need for trained brewers to be entering the industry. If you’re interested in learning more about brewing and can’t get along to the Edith Cowan University you might want to consider the US-based online course below. The Siebel Institute’s Keith Lemke advise… Read more →
If there’s one thing Australia needs more than breweries making great beer, it’s trained brewers to make it. If you already know a little about brewing and have harboured dreams of donning the boots, grabbing a mash paddle and going pro, this is for you: The ECU Brewing Short Course covers the entire brewing process…. Read more →
Is Yeastie Boys’ Rex Attitude the world’s first fully peated beer? We think so…
Graham Reeks discovers his safe place – a place between homebrewing and buying beer off the shelf.
Matt Kirkegaard didn’t think there was much to the new Heineken bottle, but something changed his mind.
Australia’s best-selling beer has announced the launch of an Australian-first, the VB Ice Box.
A swagman, a jumbuck and three squatters walk into a brewery… but instead of waltzing Matilda, they put their hands to work like Trappist monks.