Asahi Beverages is now brewing beer with barley traceable back to its farm of origin as part of a deal with Australian growers.
For the first time in decades, beers like Carlton Draught and Victoria Bitter will be brewed with 100% Victorian barley after major changes in the Asahi supply chain.
Asahi Beverages, owner of Carlton & United Breweries, has announced that it has overhauled its supply chain and is now sourcing barley direct from Australian farmers for the first time in decades.
Scientists at UQ have developed a micro-scale mash method that they say could be used to identify barley quality earlier, and in turn develop new beer styles.
Everyone in the brewing industry has the responsibility to share their knowledge and focus on sustainability, according to Birgitte Skadhauge, vice president of the Carlsberg Research Laboratory in Denmark, when she visited Brisbane for TropAg.
An updated barley malting accreditation process has been implemented by Barley Australia, ensuring brewers get top quality varieties which are specifically suited to malting.
Rural New South Wales brewery The Welder’s Dog teams up with a regional farmer for its grain supply, as brewers look to terroir for inspiration.
A new barley variety developed by the University of Adelaide and named after Coopers original brewery Leabrook has passed stage one of malt accreditation.
The world’s leading brewing raw material markets information company, RMI Analytics, has opened the registration for their 10th World, Barley Malt and Beer Conference in Warsaw.
New Zealand’s Gladfield Malt has announced that its 2018-19 crop is the South Island company’s best vintage ever.