Victorian hotels and pubs will ‘bleed further with debt and face going over the cliff’ under the extension of the Stage 4 COVID-19 virus restrictions announced by the Andrews government today.
Unexpected challenges have hit during the Melbourne lockdowns according to Sean Ryan of Killer Sprocket, but he is optimistic for the future of the city’s brewing industry.
Brick Lane Brewing in collaboration with Carwyn Cellars is releasing another All Together beer in response to the second Covid-19 lockdown and Stage 4 restrictions Melbourne is experiencing.
Despite the difficult times and issues with JobKeeper payments, the state’s brewers have every reason to be optimistic, according to Melbourne business advisory firm TR Consulting.
In some much-needed positive news, the founder of Barossa Valley Brewing has responded to a break in at their SA brewpub by offering free meals.
Bodriggy Brewing Co. opened its Abbotsford venue 12 months ago, and it’s been a rollercoaster of a year, but COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the Melbourne brewers from planning ahead.
Broo has slowed the stream of losses this past quarter to $137,000 with the help of government grants and a share placement as production scales down due to COVID-19.
The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria has decided to cancel the 2020 Australian International Beer Awards (AIBAs) citing the current global health crisis.
An Australian software company has launched a free COVID-19 record-keeping app to easily and securely collect required customer contact details
As some brewers ease out of lockdown restrictions and adapt to the ‘new normal’, others like Brewmanity in COVID-19 hotspots are doubling down armed with valuable learnings from the first shutdown.