We kick off our tenth year of podcasting about the Australian brewing industry with a conversation with entrepreneur Adam Trippe-Smith.
Adam Trippe-Smith, the founder of Kegstar, has launched a competitor to his former company which he left last year, with the aim of becoming a major player in the market.
With Kegstar announcing it is ready to roll out scan-free keg tracking, we use this opportunity to catch up with Kevin Dinn and Andrew Higginbotham and learn about what they’re doing and what’s possible, and what’s likely in the smart keg space.
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.
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.
Beer festivals were a great route to market for brewers in the early days of craft beer and during Sydney Beer Week Radio Brews News looked at the future of beer festivals and beer events…
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.
Kegstar is looking for a dynamic Business Manager to help drive its business servicing the Australian and New Zealand brewing industries…
Kegstar has added a second product to its Australian keg range, acquiring a fleet of 30L stainless steel kegs.
Kegstar has announced that Joe Cook has moved into a global role and Judd Michel has joined the company.