Urban Alley and La Sirène Brewing dispute over Urban Ale IP leads to trade mark cancellation in hearing from Melbourne judge.
La Sirene Brewing
This week’s New Beers Wrap features brews from Two Birds, Lost Palms, Glass House, Bridge Road, Sea Legs, La Sirene, Willie Smith’s, Gage Roads, and a collab between Ballistic and Bintani.
La Sirène today announced the release of its new and exclusive barrel-aged Vintage Saison, Reserve Saison.
Two Melbourne-based beer companies are set to face off in court over their use of the word ‘urban’ on rival beers, despite prior use by other breweries.
Citray Sour, an orange farmhouse sour ale, has become the second beer into cans for La Sirene following a popular one-off draught release.
The new Urban Pale from La Sirene Brewing is a bridge to introduce more drinkers to farmhouse-style beers, according to founder Costa Nikias.
La Sirene Brewing has released Wild Tripelle, a 100 per cent spontaneously fermented ale produced with indigenous airborne yeast.
Hot on the heels of having its Saison win at the inaugural Craft Beer Industry Awards, La Sirene Brewing extends its range…
La Sirene has released its first sour, Cherie Kriek 2014. using aged beer matured in premium hand-select French Oak carefully blended with fresh kriek beer and sour cherries…
La Sirène is holding a one-off collaborative Beer Degustation with Saint Crispin in Melbourne on the 6th of October…