The news this morning that Stone & Wood was being sold to Lion has left people with mixed feelings, reflected in the IBA response and an editorial from Brews News.
This week on the podcast, the team discuss the dark arts of marketing, the IBA’s code of conduct and Broo’s first quarterly profit.
With ongoing lockdowns and restrictions across a number of states, the IBA has announced it will cancel BrewCon 2021.
The NSW Government says that brewers are tapping into initiatives such as crisis funding, fee waivers and the promotion of food and beer trails.
This week we’re joined by Kylie Lethbridge, Sabrina Kunz and Tiff Waldron for a frank discussion about sexism in the Australian brewing industry.
Following allegations of widespread sexism in the US brewing industry, Australia’s Independent Brewers Association has sent a strong message to the industry here.
Further mandatory labelling proposals from FSANZ will force brewers to include carb, sugar and energy content to their beer labels.
Today on the podcast, we speak with IBA Chair Peter Philip and Executive Director Kylie Lethbridge about the changes to excise and the IBA’s lobbying efforts that brought it about.
This week on the podcast, the team get fired up in defence of ABAC and rejoice over a new recycling scheme.
New research from the Independent Brewers Association reports that indie brewers contribute $1.93 billion to the Australian economy as it looks to lobby government.