Non-alcoholic beer company Heaps Normal has launched the “Do Your Best” campaign, as part of Dry July.
Bridge Road Brewers is proud to announce a contribution of $5000 to the Dry July Foundation from sales of its Free Time alcohol-free pale ale.
Craft brewers like Sobah, Bridge Road and MO are tackling consumer price perceptions and use cases when it comes to no-alcohol options as trends shift towards moderation.
The month of July is traditionally a quieter time for brewers. For veteran (but still young and sprightly) brewer Jayne Lewis, it’s a time to take a step back, to take stock and to reflect.
Pete Mitcham and Matt Kirkegaard discuss the beer news including why Woolies is offloading Endeavour drinks and have NEIPAs gone too far? It also includes a very insightful chat with Two Birds Brewing co-founder Jayne Lewis about why she is taking part in Dry July.
In this episode of Radio Brews News we dig a little deeper into the Tooheys Pale Ale with Brewery Director Mark Toomey, talk Dry July with nutritionist Rosie Mansfield and court controversy with ‘wine’ Sommelier James Hird…