Lion will take back untapped kegs from venues and refund the cost, as the big brewers attempt to help venues navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the podcast this week we look at some of the positive changes businesses are making to adapt to current economic and social challenges. In the mean time, the IBA is calling for a survival package.
CUB is navigating the skills shortages facing the industry by investing in traineeships, including newly-launched programmes to develop their analytics expertise.
Sports clubs will be able to order beer and get rebates through Carlton and United’s newly-launched Club Connect drinks site, funneling small club purchases through the platform.
Asahi has told the ACCC it will divest a raft of its cider and beer brands including Strongbow, Becks and Stella if the $16 billion CUB deal goes through.
Complaints made to ABAC against XXXX Gold, Furphy, Matso’s and 4 Pines covering product placement rules, social media and public transport advertising have all been dismissed by a panel.
Our final Brews News Week for 2019. Making news: CUB donates water to Queensland and NSW farmers, and more social media posts go before ABAC.
CUB has teamed up with transport company McColl’s to deliver thousands of litres of water to farmers in Queensland and NSW, with 25,000 litres delivered to the Southern Downs to launch the project.
It’s the penultimate episode of Brews News Week for 2019. In the news: ACCC raises competition concerns over Asahi-CUB deal and Malt Shed owners put brewery up for sale.
Victorian pubs and hotels will have the opportunity to get cheaper power from offset renewable sources under a deal organised by the Australian Hotels Association (Victoria) with help from Carlton & United Breweries.