Alcohol excise rise is paused for the first time in 37 years due to a fall in the Consumer Price Index as a result of COVID-19.
Pete joins Matt up in Brissie ahead of the EKKA and to discuss the news of the week, and we’ve got bonus chats with BrewCon presenter Stephen Beaumont, and Paul Holgate on his decision to equity crowdfund.
Venues face fines of up to $23,100 if they offer growlers poured from kegs taxed at concessional rates without an alcohol manufacturer licence, following changes to beer excise rules.
New excise thresholds for kegs come into effect today. Ross Lewis discovers there are mixed feelings about what lower excise means for brewers.
Today we learn that listening to Brews News Week is great for your fitness. So jog along as Matt and Pete discuss the news of the week: BWS criticised over Dry July partnership and Aldi’s award winning Pale Ale.
The Australian Tax Office has released an information bulletin reminding brewers about the changes being made to excise from 1 July.
Two pieces of legislation promising a more equitable playing field for the craft brewing sector passed through the lower house on Tuesday, drawing praise from the Independent Brewers Association.
With significant changes to the excise system recently announced, we chat with Kegstar’s Nick Boots for his analysis of what changes the reduced excise on smaller keg formats will bring.
While debate rages over whether the recently announced excise rebates will lead to higher profits or cheaper beer, one brewery has gone another way entirely.
WA brewers have expressed concern that last week’s excise announcement may open the floodgates for cheaply produced imported beer packaged in smaller kegs