Zoe Ottaway from Totem Marketing joins Matt and Pete as a special guest, with perfect timing as discussions take place around women in beer advertising.
Brewing giant Lion has bought a 50 per cent share of Four Pillars Gin highlighting the strong growth in the craft spirits market.
As major breweries struggle to make beer relevant to women some women are making practical strides towards fostering a more inclusive industry culture.
As Lion secures the distribution rights to Brooklyn Brewery in Australia, Matt catches up with Brooklyn Brewery’s Robin Ottaway and Lion’s Gordon Treanor.
Lion-owned Panhead Custom Ales is set to open a taproom in London, England, before the end of 2019.
This week in a busy week of beer news, Pete and Matt discuss: The IBA merger with Melbourne’s Good Beer Week, GABS spreads its wings into Brisbane and Newstead shows how to manage a product recall.
Kirin-owned brewer Lion has announced it has signed an agreement with US brewery Brooklyn Brewery to take over the marketing, sales and distribution of Brooklyn Brewery beers in Australia.
On Brews News Week this week we ask ‘when is an investment fund not an investment fun, and the mystery of brewing Heineken 0.0 – where does the extra sugar come from?
This week on Brews News Week we welcome Pete back after a break and talk about the news of the week, including: the Bintani sale, Lion job cuts and Broo.
Following Lion’s announcement today that it will consider job redundancies and shift reductions at two of its nine breweries, it is clear that the decline in mainstream beer consumption is hitting big business hard.