Exports from Coopers Brewery’s malting plant at Regency Park have doubled in the past 12 months despite the impact COVID-19 is having on the brewing sector world-wide.
Following the Northern Territory’s announcement that venues will re-open on 15th May, XXXX Gold brewer Lion has ensured a keg convoy carrying 75,000 litres of draught beer will make its way to the NT over the next week.
Five brewers of the High Country Brewery Trail have teamed up to create the High Country at Home Can-Demic Case for those in lockdown.
Embattled ASX-listed brewer Broo has blamed COVID-19 for sales decline in third quarter, which also saw a $400,000 share sale by executive director Kent Grogan.
The Crafty Pint’s #KeepingLocalAlive campaign has launched Beer Swag Day May 23rd, encouraging all craft beer lovers to get their hands on merchandise from their favourite local brewery to help them through these tough times.
After a five-year process, relentless Deeds Brewing has been given the green light by the local council for its taproom in the Melbourne suburb of Glen Iris.
Brewers across the country including the Good Beer Co, Gage Roads and Wayward are getting beer to essential and hospitality workers.
Brewers across the country are ‘pivoting’ towards virtual events, so we spoke to Mariella Mejia at Made with Moxie and Eventbrite to find out how to stand out from the crowd with online events.
The Prancing Pony Brewery is back in business with takeaways after the South Australian Police Commissioner reversed a directive shutting down drive-through services at the brewery.
Weathering the COVID-19 storm will be about adapting to fast-moving trends, according to experts, who discuss predictions for the weeks ahead and how breweries can get ahead of the curve.