Settlement after $2 million suit from a former bartender who lost arm after a keg explosion highlights the need for brewers to understand their duty of care.
Gage Roads is opening the doors of its Atomic Beer Project venue in the Sydney suburb of Redfern this week as part of its ongoing venue strategy.
Brewers will soon be able to source New Zealand hop oils after NZ Hops announced a new partnership deal with UK-based Totally Natural Solutions (TNS).
Complainants have accused Victoria Bitter of featuring an underage person and associating drinking with a high risk activity – rollerskating – in two reposts to its Instagram account.
The easing of rules allowing venues to repackage duty-paid kegged beer and cocktails for takeaway is being extended until next year according to the ATO.
A move from glass bottles to cans drove an increase in market share for New Zealand’s Moa Brewing in the last financial year according to its latest annual report.
This week on the podcast, the team ask; is it too early for beer advent calendars? And where will BrewDog pop up next?
Willie the Boatman has teamed up with the Italian Pot for the Ultimate Beer and Pottery Class… what could possibly go wrong?
As it prepares to celebrate the first anniversary since opening its Brisbane brewery, BrewDog is actively seeking locations for its first Australian bars and has plans to brew its alcohol-free range locally as well.
Last week Akasha announced a major rebrand. In this podcast we catch up with co-founder Dave Padden to discuss what goes into a big rebrand and the thinking behind it…as well as whether the haze craze has gone too far.