This week on new beers wrap we welcome new releases from Otherside Brewing Co., Newstead Brewing Co., Stomping Ground and Nail Brewing Australia.
Two pieces of legislation promising a more equitable playing field for the craft brewing sector passed through the lower house on Tuesday, drawing praise from the Independent Brewers Association.
Vanguard Luxury Brands and Lion today announced that they will come together, with Lion acquiring a minority stake in the premium spirits distributor.
Pints of Perth today launched for the first time the WA Beer of the Year Awards, which will crown one local craft beer WA’s best beer via popular vote.
Last week’s purchase of UK brewery Magic Rock not only refocused interest on the country’s potential takeover targets, but it also highlighted Kirin’s growing international web of breweries.
GrainCorp, which has been the subject of sale negotiations for months, today announced its intention to demerge its global malting business, pending shareholder and other approvals.
The Coalition’s Treasury Laws Amendment (2019 Measures No.1) Bill 2019, that included measures to extend concessional rates of excise to craft brewers, passed through Canberra’s lower house late on Tuesday.
Following last month’s announcement by Melbourne-based Dainton Brewery to launch an equity-based crowdfunding campaign, the brewery yesterday confirmed the campaign is now live.
Melbourne’s La Sirène Brewing has launched its third can release. This farmhouse-style Season Ale promises to give refreshing simplicity for every season.
Carlton & United Breweries is now accepting applications for its three graduate talent programs in 2019.