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.
The IBA has slammed the Victorian government and urged brewers to get involved over the ineligibility of some breweries to benefit from COVID-19 funding.
The Victorian Government has launched a $1.7bn package including a $500m Business Support Fund and payroll tax waiver to help businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aside from facing bushfires and floods, our early breweries also had their own versions of social media it seems with enthusiasts declaring whether a brewery’s product ‘honestly brewed’.
After a challenging two years attempting to get its taproom through the planning process, Melbourne’s Deeds Brewing is appealling to locals to help get it over the line.
High Country Hops is a family friendly festival in celebration of hops. It also features other High Country Brewery trail brewers.
Melbourne’s Dainton Brewery is the latest craft brewery in Australia to announce its intention to launch an equity-based crowdfunding campaign.
Victoria’s House of Malt is the latest malthouse to join in the supply of boutique craft malts to the Australian beer industry.
High-profile sport and business personalities are behind a 50-hectolitre brewing start-up in Victoria, which is valued at close to $9 million.
The overwhelming success of last year’s Northern Craft Beer Festival has spawned a weekly pop-up bar…