James Squire is having a second crack at a mid-strength craft beer, a genre that is not without its challenges for brewers.
Sam Fletcher asks some of the leading 2015 Hottest 100 brewers whether they still get excited about the annual beer popularity poll and whether they can replicate this year’s results…
Two James Squire descendants have collaborated with the James Squire brewing team on the first annual release of a beer that celebrates the pioneering brewer’s legacy.
A new range dubbed Malt Shovel Brewers gives the James Squire brewing team the freedom to experiment with a more eclectic range of beer styles.
The new James Squire Hop Thief has made the most significant recipe shift in the history of the series, according to Malt Shovel head brewer Chris Sheehan.
Lion and Stone & Wood both took medals in the World Beer Cup on Friday night in a lean year overall in terms of honours for Australian breweries.
Lion has launched new packaging for James Squire The Constable Copper Ale that proudly displays it is a mid-strength beer.
Plenty of people were surprised at James Squire 150 Lashes’ emergence in the Top Ten of the GABS Hottest 100 Beers. Not Malt Shovel head brewer Chris Sheehan.
James Squire Red Handed Red Ale is a hearty seasonal brew, ideal for the cooler months of the year.
The overwhelming success of last year’s Northern Craft Beer Festival has spawned a weekly pop-up bar…