Carlton & United Breweries has announced a $10.3 million upgrade of the Cascade Brewery to support its growing portfolio of craft beer brands.
There will be no 2016 vintage of Cascade First Harvest, Carlton & United Breweries’ fresh hop beer that debuted 15 years ago.
When the true history of lager beer brewing in Australia is written, one name that is sure to feature prominently will be that of Leopold Nathan. Dr Brett Stubbs takes a look at the introduction of the Nathan Brewing System into Australia.
While they just can’t seem to get their history straight, CUB does manage to get plenty right with their annual First Harvest ale…
Cascade Brewery’s annual harvest ale was launched in Tasmania on Wednesday night at a party at the brewery’s visitor centre. With the ranks of harvest ales growing each year (not to mention the regular attention-grabbing excitement of international brewing names collaborating with our craft brewers and every other single release brew) it is easy to… Read more →
It’s a busy time in Tasmania’s Bushy Park at the moment with the annual hop harvest. Australian Brews News’ Pete Mitcham is down there to report on this year’s harvest, as well as to participate in the annual Cascade Hop Harvest brew. Media Release The annual Cascade hop harvest begins! Cascade Brewery Co’s annual hop… Read more →
Earlier this year Pete Mitcham spent some time as a guest of Cascade Brewery Company, Australia’s oldest continually operating brewery. He walked the fields of barley and toured the brewery with two of its longest serving employees and discovered that their contribution to this iconic business is greater than the sum of their years of service.
Cascade Brewery Co, Australia’s oldest brewery, has achieved the ultimate satisfaction rating as voted by beer drinkers in Australia. In a national survey, Cascade has secured the title over leading brands including Coopers, Boag’s, Peroni and XXXX. In the national consumer survey conducted by Canstar Blue, Cascade Brewery Co secured a five star rating in… Read more →
Cascade Brewery is set to launch a free iPhone application called the Brewer’s Nose this month, featuring more than 500 Australian and international brews. Although it is written about in today’s The Australian, the application is not yet available for download through Apple’s iTunes. The application has been submitted to Apple but is currently subject… Read more →