In this week’s news and discussion, Pete and Matt have a look at: The update to the Bintani court case, the pending sale of Foghorn Brewhouse in Newcastle and Little Creatures big influence on the beer scene and as a training ground for new brewers.
Little Creatures Pale Ale has had a huge influence on the Australian beer market. But the brewery’s influence over the industry extends much further.
Announcing the biggest and boldest 2018 Freo Beerfest to date – presented by Fremantle’s most iconic local Brewery – Little Creatures.
As it celebrates its 18th birthday of brewing commencing, Ross Lewis looks at the origins of Little Creatures, one of the most influential breweries of the modern era.
Little Creatures is celebrating its ‘coming of age’ with a new craft beer and calendar of events at its Fremantle and Geelong breweries.
This Good Brews Week Zoe Ottoway from Totem Marketing is back by popular demand and joins Matt and Pete to discuss the news of the week including: Gage Roads takes over Matso’s Brewing, IBA Independence seal has been well received and Lion opens Little Creatures brewpub in Singapore.
Lion has announced the opening of its first Little Creatures venue in Singapore, further tapping into Asia’s growing craft beer scene.
Little Creatures is poised to open brewpubs in Singapore, London and San Francisco, according to global markets boss Matt Tapper, who has also opened up about the demise of Tap King.
Furphy Refreshing Ale has been made available on a national basis, the beer having outgrown its home of Little Creatures Geelong in three and a half years.
Lion has reported a fall in sales and earnings due to the conclusion of its AB InBev beer distribution agreement, but there were some positives for the brewer to take from 2017, including the continued growth of Furphy.