Breweries have been moving in the hotly-contested sports sponsorship space for a while now, and Gage Roads has picked up the latest deal with Cricket NSW.
Showing that campaign timing is everything, Victoria Bitter, owned by Carlton and United Breweries, has launched an advert to encourage Australians to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
From nomad brewing to bona fide brewery, Philter’s journey has been an eventful one. Its first 12 months with its own brewery and venue has seen award wins, pivots and more.
Lion is throwing its weight behind no-alcohol beer brands with the opening of its $6 million de-alcoholising plant at the Toohey’s Brewery, and the launch of James Squire Zero.
Stone & Wood brand The Gatherer is being moved to the Two Birds portfolio as the Fermentum-owned Melbourne brewery makes the move to 100% cans.
Takeaway cocktails will be allowed permanently under new ATO rules, but the repackaging of beer at venues will still require a manufacturers licence after 31st October.
A grant is helping the cheesemakers behind Udder Delights set up a new SA brewery at the former Grumpy’s Brewhaus site in the Adelaide Hills which was destroyed by fire.
Struggling listed brewing business Broo has revealed to the ASX this week that despite ramping up beer production and COVID assistance, revenues have declined.
Endeavour Group has reported rising earnings and highlighted the role of its private-label business Pinnacle Drinks as retail sales climb to $10.2 billion.
Infrastructure challenges and venue closures affected after-tax results at Mighty Craft, but the accelerator remains confident that growth will continue.