Deep Creek Brewing have handed back the trophy they won for Champion Large International Brewery at last week’s Australian International Beer Awards after discovering they accidentally entered the wrong category.
Further mandatory labelling proposals from FSANZ will force brewers to include carb, sugar and energy content to their beer labels.
New Zealand’s beer industry has come out in force against racism, following public comments made by a brewery owner.
After its distributor went into receivership recently, Liberty Brewing has had a win landing three hoppy beers in Top-30 at this year’s New World Beer & Cider Awards.
Major New Zealand craft brands Liberty and 8 Wired have been hit by the shock news their distributor Quench Collective has gone into liquidation.
Hill Farmstead’s Shaun Hill braved two weeks quarantine to be part of the NZ hop Harvest with the Hāpi Research Programme, which focuses on sustainable hop supply, precision farming and processing methods.
Oamaru nanobrewery Craftwork will this year undergo a significant expansion, growing its brewing operation by five times.
New Zealand’s beer industry experienced a downturn in 2020 – the only alcohol sector to do so, according to the latest figures from Stats NZ.
The Brewers Guild of New Zealand has successfully lobbied the US Brewers Association to add two New Zealand beer styles to its guidelines for the first time.
Moa announced to the New Zealand exchange that it has sold its brewing business with the listed company’s future firmly fixed in hospitality.