Foster’s Group yesterday posted its half year results which showed that Australia’s largest brewing company had continued to lose its share of the lucrative Australian beer market. Wine was again the major drag on the company’s results, with the beer business showing a 5.7 per cent increase in revenue despite a 1.1 per cent fall… Read more →
With news that the four biggest international brewers make more than half the world’s beer, Australian Brews News takes a closer look at who owns what and how that translates to the Australian marketplace.
Hot on the heels of the Victoria Bitter Chip being launched in Australia, the beer itself has been launched in India.
Update 9/3/12 …and it finally happened. There has been interesting speculation in The Age that Fosters could lose the Corona and Stella licences. One of the the most incisive ideas in this article is tucked away right at the very end: “When Foster’s releases its interim results next month it will show that the margins… Read more →
Carlton brewhouse is currently offering one hour guided tours ,running from Monday through to Sunday, including a beer tasting and souvenier gift.
With its well-defined but less assertive hop character, the term ‘gateway beer’ is often used to describe a beer like Fat Yak. Does that mean it’s no good? We put it to the test.
Cricket Australia and its partners Foster’s Group, Diageo Australia and the Nine Network today launched their national community service broadcast campaign.
There has been much said about this beer in anticipation of its release. It has inspired passionate debate amongst beer geeks and home brewers as to the potential of a Crown variant at $50-60 a bottle. As always the proof of any beer is in the final experience that it delivers and it should be approached without prejudice.