This week on the podcast, the team discuss the redundancies at Asahi, ground rules for charity beers and much more.
Expected job losses following the merger of Asahi Beverages and Carlton & United Breweries have been confirmed, with around 3 per cent of its Australian workforce made redundant.
Asahi has made the surprise announcement that it has brought back the Cascade First Harvest Ale after a five-year hiatus.
Asahi Beverages, owner of Carlton & United Breweries, has announced that it has overhauled its supply chain and is now sourcing barley direct from Australian farmers for the first time in decades.
In its first full-year results since acquiring Carlton and United Breweries last year, Japan’s Asahi Group was bullish, aiming to target growth in Australia in lower alcohol sectors.
This week on the podcast, the team discuss BrewDog’s equity raise, lockdown drinking habits and corporate taxes.
In the latest tax disclosures from the Australian Tax Office, it was revealed that neither of the country’s two major brewers paid corporate tax last year.
Asahi Beverages, owner of Carlton & United Breweries (CUB), has sold its leading online alcohol retailer BoozeBud back to the business’ founders.
This week, the team discuss Foster’s, ABAC and Behemoth, whilst Capital Brewing Co. dominates the news with a new taproom and pourage rights at Canberra’s Manuka Oval.
Peter Margin has stepped down as chairman of Asahi Holdings Australia following the successful integration of Carlton & United Breweries and Asahi this year.