Breweries in the Victorian High Country are urging people to support them and others by stocking and buying beer from breweries affected by the bushfires.
Alcohol advertising watchdog ABAC has encouraged companies to scrutinise their digital marketing past and present in light of recent rulings.
Plans have been proposed by Modus Operandi for a Newcastle venue, as it looks to triple its production capacity to keep up with demand.
The Queensland Government is asking the region’s brewers for their opinions on a proposed new licence which it says will allow craft brewers to sell more products on site and at promotional events.
Stone & Wood co-founder Brad Rogers told Beer is a Conversation that internal collaboration has been essential in keeping the brewery’s beers relevant in such a dynamic industry.
The board of Stone & Wood owners Fermentum is announcing a couple of key people moves after chairman Jamie Cook stepped back from his executive role at the end of 2019.
Kent Grogan divested 10% of his voting power and has netted nearly $1 million in a share sale, the same day the beleaguered company committed to another share placing to improve working capital.
As the deadline looms for GABS Hottest 100 voting breweries have thrown themselves into campaigning with greater fervour than ever before, putting the spotlight on marketing around the event.
ABAC has warned against the use of the term ‘milkshake’ in relation to alcoholic beverages in its latest round of rulings which concern BrewDog AU and Pirate Life.
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