Lion-owned Furphy has launched its second beer Furphy Crisp Lager, a 4.5% abv beer that’s “light, crisp and offers the ultimate refreshment” according to Little Creatures brewers.
This week on the podcast we look at how equity crowdfunding campaigns are doing one year on as well as the weeks beer news.
While most people are having to stay home, Little Creatures is calling on home brewers around Australia to break out their systems for the chance to turn their homebrew into something much bigger.
Matt speaks with brewer Dean McLeod, whose brewing credits include Colonial Brewing, Malt Shovel and Little Creatures to see what he’s up to now and how the Canadian beer scene compares.
Lion has announced the opening of its first Little Creatures venue and microbrewery in the United States in San Francisco’s Mission Bay.
Little Creatures is set for its third expansion in five years with an $11m investment by owners Lion into the renovation and installation of solar panels at its Geelong site.
BDO partner Chris Balalovski speaks to Brews News about the necessity of preparing for a business exit, whether it be a buyout, merger, or the MBO of a brewery.
Having great female role models in the brewing industry gave Little Creatures Geelong head brewer Jody Thomas the confidence to say, “If she can do it I can too”.
Ash Cranston and Tom Champion from Brisbane’s Felons Brewing join Matt to discuss how to cope when beer lovers drink your brewery dry.
Forget Fosters. The flying cherub holding a pint glass is becoming Australia’s flagship craft beer the world over.