Scottish-born brewery and hospitality business, BrewDog, has released a two year blue print for growth across Australia and New Zealand.
Queensland craft brewers are clutching to small wins while mourning a lost opportunity as the state’s government passes legislation designed to support their growth.
A pilot survey into the alcohol levels of packaged beer has raised concerns, with only 20 per cent of samples returning results within acceptable levels of variance from the figure on the label.
Craft brewery consolidation continues as Brisbane’s Ballistic Beer Co has today announced it has added two breweries to its growing venue portfolio.
Drinkworks has expanded its team by 28 increasing capability across the company on the back of its portfolio expansion.
Moa announced to the New Zealand exchange that it has sold its brewing business with the listed company’s future firmly fixed in hospitality.
Having crept past its campaign minimum target, BrewDog Australia has extended its equity crowdfunding drive while raising the target and extending the offer to New Zealand.
Flailing ASX-listed brewer Broo has announced another quarter of losses with a cash loss of 760,000, taking its accumulated losses since 2014 to more than 20 million dollars.
Amidst the excitement and debate that has come to be part of the annual craft beer popularity poll, Canberra’s BentSpoke Brewing has claimed the title of Australia’s hottest beer of 2020.
It’s been eight years since the ACCC last looked closely at beer labelling taking Byron Bay to task. Today it’s small brewers that are risking the ACCC’s ire…