After a challenging two years attempting to get its taproom through the planning process, Melbourne’s Deeds Brewing is appealling to locals to help get it over the line.
Alcohol consumption is down due to excise and federal government awareness programmes, and analysts at Fitch Solutions predict trends will favour craft beer at the expense of big beer.
A Queensland bowls club has rejected plans to introduce brewery, set to be funded an installed by the Sandgate Brewing Company, after two years of negotiations.
Policy options ranging from introducing a minimum floor price for alcohol and greater restrictions on advertising at sporting events and online have been suggested as part of the final National Alcohol Strategy.
The Gold Coast’s Balter Brewing Co has confirmed it has been acquired by Carlton and United Breweries after weeks of rumours.
Colonial Brewing looks set to reach its ambitious targets of producing 8 million litres a year as it nears completion on brewery expansion at its Port Melbourne site.
Bright Brewery is celebrating its third consecutive gold award in the Wineries, Breweries and Distilleries category at the RACV Victorian Tourism Awards.
Pirate Life and BrewDog have been on the receiving end of complaints to ABAC about social media posts, none of which were more recent than 12 months old.
Cauldron Brewing has received final council approval for its Hervey Bay site, and owner Martin Potter discusses some of the hurdles in getting the brewery started, including finances, supplier and town planning concerns for new breweries to be aware of.
As an IPO looms for the craft accelerator Founders First, in which it hopes to raise $17.5 million, CEO Mark Haysman discusses its stock market debut, inner workings and ethos.