It has been part of the NSW way of life for generations – and this September, Tooheys notches up 150 years of brewing the state’s favourite beer brand.
Tooheys is again the official beer of the NSW Blues, for the first time in more than a decade.
Almost exactly a year after its launch, Lion has confirmed it has discontinued Tooheys Darling Pale Ale, effective immediately.
XXXX Bitter, Tooheys Extra Dry and James Boag’s Premium Light will all have their ABV reduced under changes announced by Lion today.
Father’s Day is fast approaching and Australian Brews News has you covered with the best gift ideas for beer loving Dads.
Releasing a Pale Ale under the Tooheys banner gives newcomers to the style a safe option to try, according to creator Lion.
In this episode of Radio Brews News we dig a little deeper into the Tooheys Pale Ale with Brewery Director Mark Toomey, talk Dry July with nutritionist Rosie Mansfield and court controversy with ‘wine’ Sommelier James Hird…
Tooheys Darling Pale Ale, the latest offering from Tooheys, is available now.
Lion Nathan has recently successfully defended its trademarking of the word ‘NEW’ against a company seeking to trademark the logo for New South Brewing Company. Following a hearing Trade Mark Office hearings officer, Bianca Irgang, determined that a “significant number of consumers would at the very least experience a reasonable doubtas to the existence of… Read more →