King Keg now offers beverage manufacturers the ability to reach a wider market without the added cost of investing in and tracking stainless steel kegs.
Settlement after $2 million suit from a former bartender who lost arm after a keg explosion highlights the need for brewers to understand their duty of care.
Konvoy is continuing its ambitious growth strategy and stepping up its presence in the New Zealand keg rental market by acquiring Red Kegs.
Stone & Wood are offering to take back unopened kegs from venues and give credit to customers as it looks to help the hospitality industry.
This summer, Kegstar will start the journey from manual scanning to scan-free technology, enabling a new era of keg tracking and unlocking new efficiencies through the beverage supply chain.
New excise thresholds for kegs come into effect today. Ross Lewis discovers there are mixed feelings about what lower excise means for brewers.
In just a few weeks changes will come into force that will see brewers able to use much smaller keg sizes without an excise penalty. We spoke to the two people who know kegs best: Andrew Higginbotham and Lincoln Kelly.
With significant changes to the excise system recently announced, we chat with Kegstar’s Nick Boots for his analysis of what changes the reduced excise on smaller keg formats will bring.
The beer world – and the mainstream news media – has been alight with news that the Federal Government has announced changes to the excise regime. We look at the reactions…
Little Creatures aren’t just looking for new brewers, they’re on the hunt for kegs to put the beer into. They have just launched their annual “great keg search”. The aim being to find any of their kegs that may have lost their way and landed at your brewery or bar. If you have any trouble… Read more →