This week Matt is joined by Totem Marketing’s Zoe Ottoway to chat about controversial alcohol-free ads and the world’s first beer micronation.
With alcohol increasingly coming under fire from health groups, CUB has managed to inspire controversy advertising its alcohol-free product.
In brewing news this week, Lion acquires the UK’s Magic Rock Brewing and applications are now open for CUB grad programs. Pete and Matt discuss these and much more in this week’s episode of Brews News Week.
Carlton & United Breweries is now accepting applications for its three graduate talent programs in 2019.
As major breweries struggle to make beer relevant to women some women are making practical strides towards fostering a more inclusive industry culture.
Matt and Pete are in Queensland for the Royal Queensland Food and Wine Show Beer Awards. They also discuss the week’s top stories.
Carlton and United Breweries’ Abbotsford plant is the latest of its breweries to discontinue plastic six-pack rings on cans.
More than 80,000 cans of free drinking water will arrive in Townsville next week for people affected by the recent flooding, CUB reports.
Matt and Pete are back to discuss the news of the week including: a new WA bus route, Moon Dog makes a recall and CUB apologises for ring pull caps.
Carlton and United Breweries yesterday issued an apology for changing the packaging on its Carlton Dry stubbies from twist tops to ring pull caps.