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.
Danish brewer Carlsberg will not be making any changes to its recipe in Australia, despite a highly publicised campaign in the UK.
This year marks 170 years of Carlsberg playing a lead role within the global beer industry.
Coopers Brewery has announced it will brew Carlsberg Mid 3.5 per cent lager at its Regency Park, SA headquarters.
Coopers Brewery and its distribution arm, Premium Beverages, have signed a contract to brew and distribute Carlsberg beer in Australia. A partnership between Coopers and Carlsberg Breweries A/S was announced today by Coopers’ Managing Director, Dr Tim Cooper, the Managing Director of Premium Beverages, Mr Bruce Siney, and the Regional Manager for Carlsberg, Mr Anders… Read more →
Foster’s is the world’s 284th most valuable brand, with a brand value of US$3.1bn (AU$3.5bn), according to the latest BrandFinance Global 500 survey. The survey annually analyses 500 key brands worldwide and 2010 marks Foster’s first entry into the Top 500. Its listing sees the Australian brewer join the world’s most valuable beer brand, Budweiser… 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.
Carlsberg’s Jacobsen Vintage 2 bills itself as “one of the world’s most expensive beers” and it’s hard to argue as the beer costs 2009 Kroner – or roughly A$422 depending on the day’s exchange rate – per stubby-sized bottle. But is it any good?