The three Australian medal winners at the World Beer Cup, announced last week, are this week celebrating their wins.
World Beer Cup
Record numbers of Australian breweries entered the World Beer Cup 2018, but only three picked up medals.
Often referred to as ‘the Olympics of Beer’, the World Beer Cup was developed in 1996 to celebrate the art and science of brewing.
Entries have opened for the 2018 World Beer Cup with an entry consolidation point now available in Sydney
This week we catch up with Jeremy Halse, Head Brewer at Lion’s White Rabbit Brewery in Geelong and discuss all things White Rabbit and Red Ale.
Lion and Stone & Wood both took medals in the World Beer Cup on Friday night in a lean year overall in terms of honours for Australian breweries.
The US Brewers Association is inviting breweries from around the globe to enter the 10th World Beer Cup.
Now, before our generous and much-appreciated sponsors read the headline and fear we are spending wads of cash that could be better spent; relax. Your contribution to this site will not be frittered on some dodgy junket. I’m picking up the tab for this jaunt. By which I mean someone else is picking up the… Read more →
Three Australian brewers were among the medal winners at the 2010 Word Beer Cup announced in Chicago over the weekend. Lion Nathan’s Malt Shovel Brewery won gold for its New Norcia Abbey Ale, Sydney’s Redoak won silver for its Redoak Bitter and Ballarat’s O’Brien Brewing won silver for its gluten-free O’Brien Brown Ale. The Australian… Read more →
The results for the Sydney Royal Show beer competition have been released and demonstrate the ever growing standard of beer brewed in Australia. The big winners in this year’s competition were Sydney’s Redoak which won Champion Bottled Beer for its IPA and Victoria’s Matilda Bay, winning the Champion Draught Beer for Alpha Pale Ale. The… Read more →