A review committee has recommended a “middle ground” over the controversial Queensland takeaway proposals for restaurants which initially ruled out beer.
At all levels, state governments are engaging with the brewing industry. Brews News wants to find out how well they are doing and what they can do better with input from Australia’s brewers.
Container Exchange, the not-for-profit organisation that administers Queensland’s container deposit scheme, is lowering the price on containers later this year.
Queensland brewers have proven that necessity is the mother of invention in the wake of growler refill bans in the state, as they start using milk cartons instead.
A collection of Brisbane and Kingscliff based pubs will tap ‘Karma Kegs’ with 100 per cent of the proceeds set to be donated to Salvation Army’s Disaster Appeal aiding the bushfire relief.
After extensive discussions with state government departments, Queensland’s brewers have worked out amendments to the controversial fire levy which was raised by 900 per cent last month.
Logan City Council has announced planning scheme changes designed to unlock the economic and tourism benefits of small businesses like microbreweries.
Mobile canning company East Coast Canning is showing no signs of slowing down having just added a fourth machine to its east coast fleet.
A new craft brewery is coming to the idyllic Whitsunday Islands region of Queensland’s central coast.
Any beer basics book will tell you that Brisbane sits well north of where hops are commercially grown, but one new venture is looking to re-write the book.