The inaugural Sunshine Coast Craft Beer and Cider Festival will debut on the 25th November at the Sunshine Coast Stadium, showcasing over 160 beers and ciders from Australia and New Zealand. The Sunshine Coast festival joins the likes of established regional beer festivals such as The Great Australia Beer Festival (Geelong & Albury) and Bitter … Continue reading Sunshine Coast Craft Beer and Cider Festival to showcase regional brewers
Coopers Session Ale is a refreshing summer style beer with tropical fruit notes and an aromatic hop character from the Galaxy and Melba hop varieties used in this brew.
An Australian study of 17,000 craft beer drinkers has revealed that ownership matters when it comes to beer selection, with a strong preference for independently owned breweries.
Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) and the National Rugby League (NRL) are excited to announce a new partnership, taking the relationship into its 19th year.
A new combination and hops and enriched malt flavours are the key characteristics of 2017 Coopers Extra Strong Vintage Ale.
The opening of the US$70 million Intermalt facility in Vietnam providing Western Australian grain growers with direct access to the Asian beer market.
After only four months on the market Philter XPA Draught has taken out Best Pale Ale at the 2017 CBIA Craft Beer Awards in Adelaide. Hitting locals in March this year, the XPA was the first release for the young Sydney brewing company that sets itself apart with its late 1980’s Australiana aesthetic and distinctive … Continue reading Newcomer surprises at the CBIA Craft Beer Awards 2017
Researchers in Singapore have created a probiotic sour beer that incorporates a probiotic strain that neutralise toxins and viruses, and regulates the immune system.
Beer made with seeds from Australia’s floral emblem will be launched as the second product of an indigenous beverage company following the release of its green ant gin earlier this year.
Automation can play a major role in lifting production and increasing profits for craft beer brewers.
Australia’s small and independent brewers have voted overwhelmingly to removing large brewers from the membership of their trade body.
Adelaide will be at the centre of the craft beer galaxy in July when the South Australian capital hosts five major brewing events in the same week. The events kick off on Tuesday, July 25, with brewery tours and a three-day trade expo at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The two-day Australian Craft Brewers Conference, also at … Continue reading Adelaide brews up huge craft beer week
James Boag has introduced James Boag Epicurean, a limited edition and Australian-first beer offering, crafted for premium dining.
Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke, who famously once held the world record for downing a yard glass, has unveiled a beer bearing his own name.
Cricketer’s Arms has added Session Ale to its line-up, a 3.5 per cent ABV ale for consumers seeking a mid-strength craft beer that doesn’t compromise on taste.
South Australian brewer Coopers is facing a boycott following the release of a video in which two Liberal MPs debate the issue of marriage equality. The video, entitled “Keeping it Light”, was released by the Bible Society. It features Liberal MPs Andrew Hastie and Tim Wilson delivering their opposing views on the issue. Wilson, who is … Continue reading Coopers facing boycott over marriage equality video [VIDEO]
The Canberra Craft Beer & Cider Festival, taking place on Saturday 18 March, is set celebrate its 10th anniversary.
It seems beer drinking is on the nose as the world’s biggest beer maker suffers its first profit decline in its decade-long history. Stock prices for the world’s largest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev fell as much as 3.3 per cent as the company’s fourth-quarter results missed estimates at almost all levels with the Belgium-based beer maker … Continue reading Brazilian-inspired Anheuser-Busch InBev earnings drop causes concern
AUSTRALIA’S first lentil beer has been released by a craft brewery in the Adelaide Hills. Lobethal Bierhaus’ Lentil Pale Ale was launched this week following an approach by pulse processor AGT Foods. Only about 3500 bottles and two kegs are part of the first run but the brewery sees it as a first step towards … Continue reading Australia’s first lentil beer sure to have pulses racing
Rocks Brewing has released a new beer, namely the Conviction Series Seasonal Nectarine Wit Bier. Originally made in Belgium’s regional areas, Witbier is believed to date back to the 1400s. The soil in these areas was rich and agrarianism was strong with farmers growing crops of barley, wheat and oats, all of which were used … Continue reading Rocks Brewing releases Nectarine Wit Bier