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.
This week Matt joins Pete all the way from BrauBeviale in Nuremberg, Germany, for the latest beer news including annual results from Coopers and the Royal Queensland Beer Awards.
The launch of new products Coopers Session Ale and Coopers Dry and the release of its Original Pale Ale in cans helped Coopers Brewery achieve a 2% growth in sales volumes during 2018-19.
Matt finally backs BrewDog! And some sage words of warning for those wanting to rip off Belgium Monks. Plus all the big Aussie beer stories of the week.
Danish brewer Carlsberg will not be making any changes to its recipe in Australia, despite a highly publicised campaign in the UK.
Coopers Brewery’s new malting plant at Regency Park has been named equal best maltster in the world at an international award presentation in Poland.
Australia’s craft brewers and distillers have emerged as important customers for Coopers Brewery’s new malting plant at Regency Park.
Coopers is caught in beer no man’s land as the battle to snare rapidly-changing tastes takes a heavy toll on Australia’s largest family-owned operation.
This week in a busy week of beer news, Pete and Matt discuss: The IBA merger with Melbourne’s Good Beer Week, GABS spreads its wings into Brisbane and Newstead shows how to manage a product recall.
Kirin-owned brewer Lion has announced it has signed an agreement with US brewery Brooklyn Brewery to take over the marketing, sales and distribution of Brooklyn Brewery beers in Australia.