Western Australia’s Feral Brewing Company has announced it will be closing its original Swan Valley brewpub on 3rd October and moving the pilot kit to its production brewery in Bassendean.
Coca Cola Amatil
Coca Cola Amatil has received a takeover bid from its European counterpart as it announced an improved third quarter with its alcohol growth driven by Feral’s ‘strong performance’.
With CUB now safely in Asahi’s hands, a competition assessment conducted by the ACCC shows it allowed the sale despite Asahi having a significant impact on competition.
Restructure at Coca Cola Amatil as it consolidates its alcohol and coffee arms into the beverage department and says goodbye to MD.
Coca-Cola Amatil, which purchased Feral Brewing Co in 2017, yesterday announced its further diversification into the Australian marketplace.
Coca-Cola Amatil has announced the appointment of Peter West as managing director of the company’s Australian Beverages business.
The addition of new brands has bolstered Coca-Cola Amatil’s total beer market share to just under two per cent, alcohol boss Shane Richardson has revealed.
Nail Brewing will continue indefinitely making its beer at the Feral Brewing facility, despite it now being owned by Coca-Cola Amatil.
Coca-Cola Amatil’s buyout of Feral Brewing has sparked chatter that the beer formerly known as Fantapants may get its old name back.
All production of Feral Brewing beers will remain in Western Australia, according to Shane Richardson, Coca-Cola Amatil managing director, alcohol and coffee.