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.
Public consultation on Tasmania’s Container Refund Scheme is now open, and the organisers are holding a webinar to discuss how the Scheme will work and answer questions.
The Tasmanian Government has announced its chosen model for the state’s container deposit scheme, which is also being used by the heavily-criticised NSW scheme.
Dave Macgill is leaving Tasmania’s Moo Brew after 14 years in the role of general manager and head brewer to pursue a new project.
Tasmanian breweries are calling on all beer drinking Tasmanians to support local through the Isolation Beer Festival, held virtually.
Tasmanian independent brewery Boekamp Bier launched earlier this month, founded by a banker-turned-farmer and a Netherlands brewing industry veteran, to focus specifically on German style lagers and wheat beers.
Brewers in Tasmania have joined the Independent Brewers Association as the IBA moves towards a subchapter model for the organisation.
Willie Smith’s pagan-inspired festival of fire, feasting on local produce and revelling in folklore is back this year, the Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival.
A focus on terroir has seen brewers change the way they look at the ingredients of beer and Van Dieman Brewery has gone one step further, bringing malting in-house.
AusCider 2019 will be held in June in Tasmania and is the Australian cider industry’s annual information exchange and networking event.