Bridge Road Brewers has reached its ninth year of brewing in 2014. To celebrate they have decided to continue their B2 Series into its fourth year.
For the first time on record, the number of Australian adults consuming craft beer in an average four-week period has increased to more than one million, defying the downward trend of local mainstream beers.
Bright Brewery has been recognised as a Finalist at the 2013 RACV Victorian Tourism Awards.
The 2013 beer styles guidelines have been released. Let the discussion begin…
Coopers’ Celebration Ale, introduced last year to celebrate the brewer’s 150th anniversary, will be retained as a permanent line.
Friday 4th March saw bars across New Zealand and Australia raising serious amounts of cash for victims of the February earthquake. At bars in Dunedin, Blenheim, Nelson,Wellington, Hamilton and Auckland, Kiwi drinkers raised a glass and emptied their pockets in a combined outpouring of support for the Garden City. Not to be outdone, across the… Read more →
Coopers’ Brewery has announced it has signed on to sponsor the inaugural Adelaide Good Food & Wine Show. In what seems a bizarre twist to the sponsorship Coopers, which makes several beers that offer excellent food matching potential, has elected to base the sponsorship around hosting the Coopers 1862 Clear Bar. The brewery says the bar… Read more →
Hollywood loves a remake and it seems Lion Nathan does too. After the disappointing – and short-lived– ‘Build a Boat’ campaign for the brewer’s XXXX Gold brand, Lion Nathan will this weekend launch its new advertising campaign which sees a return to the XXXX Blokes and a dog concept…only with four new blokes, and presumably, a different dog