A small West Australian brewery won Champion Australian Beer at the Australian International Beer Awards, with the top international prize going to a little known American brewery.
The Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) has introduced a New England India Pale Ale (NEIPA) subclass to this year’s style guidelines, which have also been updated to accommodate the modern expression of Australian Pale Ale.
Brewers and breweries of all sizes have been invited to benchmark their beers at the 2018 Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA).
Marketing and branding are increasingly coming to the fore as the Australian beer landscape becomes evermore crowded, says 2 Brothers Brewing co-founder Andrew Ong.
Firestone Walker beers started arriving in Dan Murphy’s stores the very same week the Californian brewer won Champion International Beer at the AIBA.
Myanmar’s Dagon Beverages Co began its journey to becoming an AIBA champion with a single bronze medal at the competition in 2008.
Feral Brewing founder Brendan Varis has been appointed head judge of the Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA).
The Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) is recruiting for a new head judge, after Warren Pawsey opted not to continue his three-year tenure.
This week we catch up with Australian International Beer Awards Head Judge and Head Brewer at Little Creature Geelong, Warren Pawsey.
The 2016 Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) most prestigious honours were taken out by Western Australia’s Gage Roads Brewing Company and Boston Beer Company from the US.