Australia’s taste in beer is changing, and non-alcoholic, low and mid-strength beers now account for around a quarter of Carlton & United Breweries’ sales with Carlton Zero driving the trend towards “moderation”.
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Carlton and United Breweries acquire South Australian can and keg wine company, Riot, as they look to strengthen their wine credentials following their own acquisition by Asahi.
Analysts have suggested that the lack of demand and relatively high stock price were off-putting to investors who failed to back the listing of Budweiser Brewing APAC.
Carlton and United Breweries have launched their Lexington Hill cocktail range in the UK and are planning to expand across the country later this year.
Carlton & United Breweries has announced a $10.3 million upgrade of the Cascade Brewery to support its growing portfolio of craft beer brands.
A new marketing campaign heralds the latest addition to Carlton & United Breweries’ Yak Ales franchise, Rusty Yak, soon to hit bottleshops and pubs nationwide.
Two of Australia’s largest brewers did not pay corporate tax in 2015-16, an Australian Tax Office report says.
CUB has launched a limited edition Richmond Draught can to celebrate the Tigers’ historic AFL Grand Final win.
Carlton & United Breweries aims to build on the momentum of the Great Northern trade mark by launching the full-strength variant nationally.
A Melbourne law firm is rallying small brewers to pursue a group claim against CUB and Lion, alleging their tap contracts with venues are in breach of competition law.