Former Bluetongue CEO Daryl MacGraw and head brewer Bruce Peachey have quietly launched a new beer brand.
CUB loves its heritage brands so much, it continues to make more of them…heritage brands that is, not beer.
Historian Dr Brett Stubbs reviews the state of the small brewing industry for March, featuring a look back at industry developments in 2011.
It’s not been long since Pacific Beverage’s Bluetongue Brewery officially opened and a new beer has already hit the streets from the brewery. Called Bruers Bright, the beer is described as an “Australian style draught lager with a clean fresh aroma, a fruity individualistic palate and a soft bitter aftertaste”. It is a trial beer… Read more →
Bluetongue Premium Lager, which in June launched its new $120 million brewery on NSW’s Central Coast, is celebrating by giving two lucky beer lovers the chance to brew their very own batch of Bluetongue with three of their mates. The promotion is being run in the lead up to this Summer through it’s “Taste to… Read more →
With news that the four biggest international brewers make more than half the world’s beer, Australian Brews News takes a closer look at who owns what and how that translates to the Australian marketplace.