Young Henrys Brewing Company has announced a limited release collaboration with Adelaide restaurant Africola and head chef Duncan Welgemoed.
The union movement has vowed to hold weekly rallies outside the Melbourne headquarters of Carlton United Breweries in support of 54 sacked maintenance workers.
Gage Roads Brewing Co has executed a three-year extension, with a further two-year option, of its supply and distribution agreement with Pinnacle Liquor Group.
Budweiser, the ubiquitous American beer, will temporarily change its name to ‘America’.
Lightweight Containers has launched UniKeg, a family of lightweight recyclable beer kegs that don’t require return transport.
In a world-first, Australian scientists have managed to make one of the nation’s favourite drinks gluten-free. CSIRO’s Kebari barley has been used to create the world’s first commercially produced, full flavoured, barley-based gluten-free beer. The drink will not be available in Australia however, instead launching in Germany. The beer’s base (Kebari barley) meets World Health … Continue reading Australian scientists launch gluten-free beer
Future Memoirs Of A Root Beer sets the scene of a retrospective window into the future with a glimpse of all the outrageous, awesome things you’ve already done in your upcoming destiny.
Traces of a well-known weedkiller ingredient, glyphosate has been found in Germany’s 14 most popular beers, according to a German environmental group.
The new beer, which is being brewed at Coopers’ Regency Park headquarters for the Australian market, will be one of the first mid strength versions of the iconic brand in the world.
Heineken has announced the next stage of its 2016 marketing plan with the launch of ‘Heineken House’ at Sydney Airport – Australia’s first flagship Heineken bar.
Cask Brewing Systems -the company that invented micro-canning equipment for craft brewers -is offering a new canning line that doubles the speed of its fastest machine.
Heineken has announced it is behind a mystery activation targeted at the Melbourne hospitality industry which has been taking place in the lead-up to and during The Australian Open.
The Wine Australia Export Report for December 2015 shows that the value of Australian wine exports jumped 14 per cent to $AUD2.1 billion in 2015, reaching its highest value since October 2007.
Researchers have known for a long time that alcohol consumption is quite concentrated in a small part of the population. They argue about the exact distribution, but there is substantial agreement that, so long as alcohol sales are not heavily restricted, consumption is distributed in a quite predictable way.
World international premium beer brand Heineken is set to mark two decades of a partnership with The Australian open with an impressive Heineken Saturday spectacle.
Manufacturers poor record of embracing technology to drive efficiency is costing the nation billions of dollars in lost opportunity.
Coopers Brewery have introduced a team of beer ambassadors to spread knowledge about Coopers’ beer and brewing practices with customers, consumers and connoisseurs around Australia.
L’inimitable shows a perfect balance between the dry of a dry cider and the fruit of a semi dried cider.
Launching in Melbourne this month ahead of its global rollout, Pure Scot is the first Australian-owned whisky distilled traditionally in the southern Lowlands of Scotland.
Beca and Lion have moved its Lion’s White Rabbit Brewery from Healesville, north east of Melbourne to Lion’s Little Creatures site in Geelong, some 144 kms away.