The United Kingdom-based International Brewing and Cider Awards 2019 were held this month, with four Australian breweries winning international honours.
James Boag’s Wizard Smith’s Ale will soon be officially available on the mainland, exclusively through Coles Liquor stores.
XXXX Bitter, Tooheys Extra Dry and James Boag’s Premium Light will all have their ABV reduced under changes announced by Lion today.
Tasmania’s Examiner newspaper is reporting that Tasmanian microbrewers are disappointed over a lack of representation at local food event Festivale. The event organiser’s pourage rights contract with James Boag’s stipulates only four craft breweries can be involved in the event. Local brewers, headed by Tasmanian Microbrewers Association president and Moo Brew head brewer Owen Johnston,… Read more →
One of the classic beer fables in that of St Arnold of Metz who, legend has it, warned his parishioners to drink beer not water. It is asserted that the good Bishop of Metz had clued to the fact that polluted water was the cause of much illness and had noticed that once it had… Read more →
Lion Nathan-owned James Boag and Son Pty Ltd is undertaking a voluntary recall of certain batches of 375ml bottles within the best before date range of 23 June 2011 to 12 August 2011 ONLY: Boag’s Draught, 375ml bottles Boag’s Draught Light, 375ml bottles James Boag’s Premium, 375ml bottles James Boag’s Premium Light, 375ml bottles Boag’s… Read more →
James Boag’s (Lion Nathan) Pure Pale lager 330ml 4.5% abv Steinlager (Lion Nathan) Pure Pale Lager 3330ml 5% abv This review wasn’t meant to be a Brews News smackdown tasting, it had started as a James Boag’s Pure review. However, when I went to purchase the review bottle I did not look closely enough at… Read more →