Pete Mitcham likes a beer. As you are reading a beer-related news source, we’ll assume you’re the same yourself. He also likes breakfast. Really, it was only a matter of time before the two would come together. All in the name of news, of course.
Entries have closed for the 2011 Australian International Beer Awards and Victoria has already walked away with a prize. The state, which is currently Australia’s craft beer hotspot, leads the entry stakes with 202 Victorian beers entered – 72 more than the next most prolific state, New South Wales, which has 130 entries. Entries from… Read more →
Keith Sime has been appointed to replace Bradford Tetlow as the Chief Steward of the Australian International Beer Awards for 2011. The appointment comes after former Chief Steward Bradford Tetlow accepted a position as Sensory Coordinator with Lion Nathan, New Zealand late last year. Employed by the University of Ballarat, Mr Sime will be responsible… Read more →
Entries for the annual Australian International Beer Awards close this Friday, 21 January 2011 and organisers are encouraging breweries from across the globe to enter this year’s competition. As the largest showcase of beer and brewing excellence in the Asia Pacific region, the truly international AIBA received more than 1,170 entries from around the world… Read more →
MEDIA RELEASE Calling for Entries: 2011 Australian International Beer Awards The 2011 Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) kicks off its global search for the best beers when entries officially open on Friday, 10 December 2010 offering breweries the opportunity to benchmark products against the best in the industry. As the pre-eminent showcase of beer and… Read more →
International breweries took out 11 of the 15 trophies awarded at the 2010 Australian International Beer Awards, announced tonight at a presentation dinner at The Palladium, at Crown in Melbourne. In addition to scooping the majority of trophies, the prestigious Champion Exhibitor Trophy is headed offshore as well, awarded to Norwegian boutique brewery, Nøgne Ø… Read more →
The results for the Sydney Royal Show beer competition have been released and demonstrate the ever growing standard of beer brewed in Australia. The big winners in this year’s competition were Sydney’s Redoak which won Champion Bottled Beer for its IPA and Victoria’s Matilda Bay, winning the Champion Draught Beer for Alpha Pale Ale. The… Read more →
The Australian International Beer Awards have kicked off 2010 with a final call for entries for the country’s premier beer competition.
Tucked away in an industrial estate on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is a little brewery that shows you don’t need a multimillion dollar operation to make great beer.