In light of Crown Lager’s omission of cane sugar from its marketing, Dr Brett Stubbs takes a look at the history of cane sugar as an ingredient in beer in Australia.
Wishing to start your own microbrewery, develop a brewpub, brew restaurant or simply starting a beer brand? Beverage & Brewing Consulting are running short courses designed to take you through some of the key aspects of starting a microbrewery or beer brand and essentially building a business in this exciting and dynamic growth industry. Currently… Read more →
With brewing jobs appearing regularly on Australian Brews News, it highlights the constant need for trained brewers to be entering the industry. If you’re interested in learning more about brewing and can’t get along to the Edith Cowan University you might want to consider the US-based online course below. The Siebel Institute’s Keith Lemke advise… Read more →
Throughout history great beers have been made in many different parts of the world. Many different factors have played a role on the development and evolution of brewing traditions and practices around the world. Beer is an agriculturally derived product, so the specific characteristics of beer have historically varied from region to region depending upon… Read more →
Another microbrewer adds their voice to Neil Cameron’s Economics of Microbrewing article featuring their own breakdown of costs…
It’s the dream of many home brewers and beer lovers to open a brewery, and how can you miss when beer costs upwards of $65 a case? But as brewer Neal Cameron discusses, microbrewing isn’t the path to riches many believe…