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.
Sad news today as the IBA announces that it has postponed BrewCon 2020 again and as part of cost-cutting measures , a number of roles at the organisation have been made redundant.
BWS is undertaking a nationwide multi-million dollar campaign to promote 92 Australian local independent breweries, distilleries and wineries.
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.
Join the Indpendent Brewers Association for a nationwide toast at 7pm (AEST). Raise a glass of your favourite indie beer wherever you are and say “cheers to indie beer.”
This week on the podcast, the team discuss some hot topics including; pregnancy labels, inclusive advertising and government funding for breweries.
After more than two years of discussion, Food Forum Ministers have decided that pregnancy warning labels with prescribed colour schemes will be mandated.
Indie Beer Day is designed to celebrate resilience, survival, and easing (in some states) of restrictions. Most of all, it’s a toast to the great indie brewers and venues who have been doing it tough.
This week on the podcast, the team discuss the controversy over the name “Colonial”, keg shortages in WA, and finally some good news for NSW venues.
The IBA has announced that it has received nearly $200,000 in funding from the NSW Government, marking an unprecedented move by a state government to support the sector.