Brick Lane Brewing Co. is set to deliver fresh beer growlers and squealers to Dan Murphy’s in South Melbourne in an ‘Australian first’ deal with the national retailer.
Measures which allowed venues to repackage kegged beer and were relaxed to allow the production of hand sanitiser are being rolled back by the ATO.
Queensland brewers have proven that necessity is the mother of invention in the wake of growler refill bans in the state, as they start using milk cartons instead.
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.
To address any uncertainty the application of trade measurement law to Growlers’ and ‘Squealers’, the National Measurement Institute has prepared this advice.
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