It’s a big week for the beer podcast as debate overshadows a breakthrough in gluten-free barley and excise rises are paused for the first time in 37 years.
Research into the development of a gluten-free barley that can be used in brewing has been recognised with a prestigious national award.
Lion-owned Hahn has acknowledged the changing face of the beer market, launching its first gluten-free beer.
O’Brien Beer has explored its dark side to conjure up a wintry sequel to its gold medal-winning first seasonal beer release.
The Australian International Brewing Awards continue to develop as Australia’s leading celebration of brewing, and increasingly as a celebration of modern beer culture editor Matt Kirkegaard reports…
For the first time, the Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) has bestowed a Gold Medal upon a gluten free beer
Media Release Australia’s award winning O’Brien Beer gets a facelift True to flavour without compromise, always gluten free Ballarat, Australia – Award-winning Australian beer brand, O’Brien Beer, has recently undergone a rebrand with new packaging, bottles and labels. The new look bottles are heading into stores nationwide. Naturally brewed and 100% gluten-free, O’Brien Beer developed… Read more →
There are a group of Australians who continue to violate a great Aussie tradition and refuse to share a beer with their mates. It’s not because they want to, but simply because they can’t. For Coeliacs, (people who are gluten intolerant), beer is a no-go zone. Imagine how they suffer watching their mates enjoy a… Read more →
Three Australian brewers were among the medal winners at the 2010 Word Beer Cup announced in Chicago over the weekend. Lion Nathan’s Malt Shovel Brewery won gold for its New Norcia Abbey Ale, Sydney’s Redoak won silver for its Redoak Bitter and Ballarat’s O’Brien Brewing won silver for its gluten-free O’Brien Brown Ale. The Australian… Read more →