Alcohol advertising watchdog ABAC last week ruled on a number of complaints against James Squire’s One Fifty Lashes and Pirate Life, as well as Coopers and BWS.
Alcohol advertising watchdog ABAC is tightening rules around compliance and penalties in the wake of a “marked increase” in complaints.
A complaint against a WA brewery was upheld by ABAC after a panel found its Instagram posts associated drinking and driving, whilst complaints against gin brand Mother’s Milk, Dan Murphy’s and Aldi were dismissed.
This week Pete Mitcham is joined by Brews News senior journalist Clare Burnett to discuss the beer news of the week, including tax figures and Jamie Cook leaving the IBA.
Complaints made to ABAC against XXXX Gold, Furphy, Matso’s and 4 Pines covering product placement rules, social media and public transport advertising have all been dismissed by a panel.
This week Matt and Pete are joined by Australian Brews News Senior Journalist Clare Burnett. Make sure you tune in live for our countdown of the GABS Hottest 100 on Saturday.
Feral’s Imperial Biggie has faced an ABAC panel again, while Asahi received a complaint for advertising during a screening of the latest Star Wars installment.
This week in the news: Matt and Pete discuss how to help bushfire ravaged areas and the latest drinking trends from the US that could affect brewers here.
Alcohol advertising watchdog ABAC has encouraged companies to scrutinise their digital marketing past and present in light of recent rulings.
We’re back for our 10th year of podcasting! This week ABAC has a strong warning all breweries should follow and we look forward to the GABS Hottest 100 Live Countdown.