The ATO has extended its takeaway beer repackaging concession to continue to support businesses in the alcohol industry affected by COVID-19.
Showing that campaign timing is everything, Victoria Bitter, owned by Carlton and United Breweries, has launched an advert to encourage Australians to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
As companies mull mandatory vaccinations, Endeavour Group teams up with Deputy Chief Medical Officer Michael Kidd for vaccination Q&A and is inviting the wider drinks and hospitality industries.
Infrastructure challenges and venue closures affected after-tax results at Mighty Craft, but the accelerator remains confident that growth will continue.
Breweries that opened this year are facing challenges their pre-COVID forbears never encountered. We spoke to Bucketty’s and Slow Lane about growing up in a post-COVID world.
Coles Liquor’s latest quarterly results show solid if tempered growth, whilst Endeavour Drinks said it expects sales in the next two months to decline.
Health statistics agency the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has reported falling rates of risky drinking and consumption levels, as young Australians avoid drinking at all.
The Cancer Council has admitted that it was behind a series of pandemic-related complaints in a report which critiqued advertising watchdog ABAC.
The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education and Retail Drinks are at loggerheads over retail alcohol sales statistics during COVID-19 as FARE criticises the industry’s “predatory instincts”.
King River Brewing in the Victorian High Country was hit by bushfires and then COVID-19 last year, but it used the time to plan for expansion and is now doubling capacity.