Gage Roads has kicked yet more goals in the sports beer space by signing an exclusive supply deal with WA’s second biggest multi-purpose arena, nib Stadium.
Gage Roads Brewing Company’s ‘returning to craft’ strategy appears to be paying dividends with the brewer reporting continued strong growth of its proprietary brands.
This week on Good Brews Week Pete and Matt discuss: Brut IPA is the new NEIPA, but does it break the rules? Bottles are getting canned as cans replace bottles, Gage Roads gets the nod from the shiny suits at the Stock Exchange and BrewCon is go!
This Good Brews Week Zoe Ottoway from Totem Marketing is back by popular demand and joins Matt and Pete to discuss the news of the week including: Gage Roads takes over Matso’s Brewing, IBA Independence seal has been well received and Lion opens Little Creatures brewpub in Singapore.
Gage Roads Brewing purchase of Matso’s values the Broome-based brand at a minimum of $13.25-million.
Gage Roads Brewing has announced it, will acquire the Matso’s brands from the Peirson-Jones family based in Broome.
Gage Roads has continued to roll out major sporting partnerships, today announcing it has been appointed as Official Beer and Cider Partner of Cricket Victoria.
This Good Brews Week, Pete and Matt discuss some of this week’s top stories including: the opening of Albury Brewhouse, Gage Roads ‘remarkable’ third quarter sales, and a really insightful letter of the week.
Sales volumes of Gage Roads Brewing’s proprietary products are up 56 per cent on the same time last year, the company announced to the ASX.
The impact of the Optus Stadium contract on Gage Roads’ cashflows will become clear in the third quarter of FY18, the company said on Wednesday.