Independent beer is on the up, especially during COVID-19 according to IRI, but big brewer-owned ‘craft’ brands are catching up fast.
The Foreign Investment Review Board has removed the last barrier to Asahi’s acquisition of CUB as details of the nature of competition for tap contracts emerges.
While craft beer is sometimes derided as an inner-city movement, the Australian Brewery is showing that craft beer is finding footholds further afield.
Last week’s purchase of UK brewery Magic Rock not only refocused interest on the country’s potential takeover targets, but it also highlighted Kirin’s growing international web of breweries.
The Coalition’s Treasury Laws Amendment (2019 Measures No.1) Bill 2019, that included measures to extend concessional rates of excise to craft brewers, passed through Canberra’s lower house late on Tuesday.
As Australia’s craft brewery boom continues, equipment manufacturers are working with breweries to develop more agile, industry-specific technology.
The Australian craft beer palate has come a long way since the lager-soaked 1980s and 90s, but has it developed too much?
The growth of craft breweries is leading a new wave of tourism opportunities, much like winery tourism did in the 1970s, 80s and beyond.
Toowoomba’s Brews and Barbie Bash is back again in 2018 and is set to bring more BBQ teams, more BBQ foods and more boutique beers.
Queensland’s Bargara Brewing Co is the latest Australian craft brewery to sign with an international airline.