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 McGowan Labor Government has unveiled a $1 billion relief package to support Western Australian businesses, households and community groups.
The launch date for WA’s container deposit scheme has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic following advice from WABA and scheme coordinator WARRRL.
WA has temporarily restricted takeaway liquor sales to one carton per person in attempts to “minimise alcohol related problems in the community”.
Liquor licensing regimes in Western Australia and South Australia are hindering companies thinking about equity crowdfunding in those states, according to industry players including law firm partner Jessica Patterson.
Swan Valley breweries have been locked out of a major food and beverage festival in their own backyard in another blow to increasing beer tourism in the district.
Exmouth’s Whalebone Brewing receives government grant as part of Western Australian town regeneration and focus on beer tourism.
Western Australia’s Cheeky Monkey Brewery has announced a total rebrand to coincide with the opening of its new production brewery in Vasse, Busselton this Wednesday.
After four years Western Australia’s gold-medal-winning Innate Brewers has finally got a promotional poster into the wider community.
Western Australia’s Brewery-cum-entertainment centre Freo.Social officially opens this week with plans to showcase a new beer a week for a year.