Container suppliers like O-I, Orora, Petainer and Konvoy are juggling logistics, carbon footprint and recyclability concerns as they look to create a more sustainable industry.
Melbourne’s Burnley Brewing and beer brand A Local Beer have teamed up for a beer made from surplus bread and locally-sourced fruit.
New South Wales startup SwitcH2 is bringing to market technology which it says will allow breweries to turn their wastewater into fuel.
Unleashed Software uses its data to identify the biggest trends that will influence breweries in 2020 and help brewers prepare and profit from them.
Getting sustainability right is difficult. Stone & Wood’s James Perrin and Envirobank’s Chris Chamberlain discuss the issues with recycling, including the ongoing battle over cans vs bottles.
Tribe Breweries has teamed up with supermarket giant Woolworths to launch a limited edition pale ale, made with 350kgs of unsold bread. Josh Gaudry, head of marketing and innovation at Tribe, explains how and why.
The industry needs to work together to reach sustainability goals says Stone & Wood sustainability manager James Perrin, discussing the relative merits of bottles vs cans at this year’s BrewCon.
Carlton and United Breweries’ Abbotsford plant is the latest of its breweries to discontinue plastic six-pack rings on cans.
While many small brewers pride themselves on their awareness, scale potentially gives larger breweries an advantage in what they may achieve in the sustainability space.