The 41st annual Riverina Wine Show results have been announced and as in previous years the entries and winning wines have celebrated the depth of quality and diversity in the Australian wine industry.
Australia’s current alcohol warning labels are failing to effectively convey health messages to the public, according to a new study from Deakin University.
Krones Steinecker has developed the MicroCube brewhouse concept for brew sizes of five or ten hectolitres.
Baileys Original Irish Cream liqueur has now been immortalised in the freezer with a premium collection of Baileys Ice Cream, signifying the beginning of a successful business partnership with Bulla Dairy Foods and Diageo.
Stuart and Simon Griffith, part of the team behind the creation of the new Substation No. 41 Rum, talk to Food Magazine about rum making, and the challenges of the Australian beverage industry.
Sesión is an Australian owned tequila that is sourced from one of the most respected agave farms in Mexico, producing the smoothest product on the market.
One of Scotland’s oldest and most historically rich distilleries, Bladnoch Distillery, which was acquired by Australian entrepreneur David Prior last month, has announced its appointment of Ian Macmillan as master distiller and blender.
Pure Blonde, the original low carb beer, has had a makeover, now boasting an even lower carb content.
Coopers Brewery has launched a Thomas Cooper’s Selection mixed six-pack ahead of Father’s Day.
One of Australia’s largest beverage distributors, Casella Family Brands, has made some unprecedented efficiency gains at their distribution centres.
Berry Bros & Rudd has appointed Samuel Smith & Son as sole distributor of The King’s Ginger in Australia, effective August 1st, 2015.
Australia has an edge in certain markets in China due to our heritage, expertise and geography.
Diageo, the world’s largest spirits company, has recorded its second year of flat sales due to issues including wholesaler destocking and discounting in vodka.
Wine seems to be a handy way to galvanise concerns about the future ill-effects of climate change.
A robotic liquid handling system at the AWRI is automating the screening of large numbers of malolactic bacteria strains.
Made in Australia, Substation No. 41 Rum is a golden dark rum aged for a minimum of two years in oak barrels.
The wine industry has asked the government for $25 million over four years to supplement Wine Australia’s marketing activities.
Wine brand, Jacob’s Creek is adding a third variant to its Double Barrel range.
The value of Australian wine exports rose 5 per cent to A$1.89 billion, in the 12 months to 30 June 2015.
When APPLEJACKS cider decided to run a free cider promotion on Facebook, they were not expecting the news to spread so fast.