NZs Clayton Hops Add New Advanced Hop Products

New Zealand's Clayton Hops have released a number of advanced hop products, including hop oils, concentrated hop pellets and a thiol precursor powder that respectively sit under the brand names, Amplifire and Thiol Theory.

WSET To Launch New Beer Qualifications In Australia

New beer courses are launching in Australia next year as global training organisation WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) add beer to their repertoire – and bringing Two Birds founder Jayne Lewis to their team.

CBCo Renew Beer Partnership With Perth Wildcats

​CBCo Brewing have renewed their partnership with the Perth Wildcats and to celebrate, they've introduced a limited edition Perth Wildcats Draught.

Cerveza: Is The Next Big Thing In Beer ... Beer?

You've probably heard the word "cerveza" more than usual in recent weeks, and you'll hear it more in the coming months. But what exactly is it? And why are some brewers predicting a summer of cerveza?

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Philter Launch Crowdfunding Campaign

Philter Brewing have opened expressions of interest in an equity crowdfunding campaign through Birchal. It's the first of such campaigns to take place during 2023 and the brewery's media release says it's a means to keep themselves "Aussie owned".

Scholarships Made Beerable

Looking to learn more about the science of brewing? The founders of Science Made Beerable have launched a scholarship to give people eager to study a science-focused beer-related course a helping hand.

The Beer Gear of Tmorrow

Band and brewery t-shirts have much in common; now thanks to a Sydney-based business, they're becoming more sustainable too. Learn how Tmorrow are turning clothing waste and plastic bottles into excellent tees.

Willie The Boatman Have A Fresh New Look

Willie the Boatman have recently rebranded, with the Sydney brewery using their cans to celebrate their community and ethos.

Local Brewing Co Lay Waste To Waste

Over the last few years, Local Brewing have been working closely with Coles Liquor and local farmers to turn excess fruit into beer. As they prepare to launch the fourth Surplus Series release, we chatted to the brewery and retailer about how it all works.

BinaryBeer Make Waves In Europe

Wollongong-based BinaryBeer has been building an international presence for several years and has just announced their smart keg tech has been picked up by Asahi in Europe.

Batch Brewing Unveil Their Rebrand

As they celebrate turning ten, ​Sydney's Batch Brewing have unveiled a new look and some fresh core range beers.

Sobah Launch Australia's First Non-Alc Brewery

Sobah's brewery features the stainless you'll find in any Australian brewery yet the Gold Coast operation remains entirely unique. We visited Australia's first non-alc brewery to chat with founders Clinton and Lozen Schultz.

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Alice Springs Brewing Co: Five Years In Five Beers

As he and his team prepare to embark on a multi-day fifth birthday celebration, we chatted to Alice Springs Brewing Co founder Kyle Pearson about a half decade in which "a bit of a hobby" has become an NT destination.

Temple Top GABS 2023 Can Design Awards

The winners of the GABS Craft Beer Can Design Awards have been revealed, with Temple Brewing's Hello, My Name Is Amber taking out top spot and joined on the podium by Brick Lane and Aether Brewing.

Yakima Quality Hops Introduces Elani

​America's Yakima Quality Hops have revealed their newest propriety hop, Elani. It was formally known as YQH-1320 and boasts tropical notes of pineapple and guava alongside white peach, tangerine, lime, and orange zest.

Burnout And Beer: A View From The States

Craft beer is an industry driven by passion but, if that fades, where can workers turn? Katie Muggli took an industry-wide moment of self reflection and decided to build a resource to support those working in American craft beer.

IBA Calls For Brewery Submissions To FSANZ Sugar & Carb Consult

​The IBA is calling on small breweries to make submissions to FSANZ's consultation on Sugar & Carbs Claims before it closes on Monday, September 4. Here's how you can read the IBA's submissions and follow their steps.

As Beer's Bleak Winter Ends, Is Optimism Starting To Take Root?

Winter is over, which feels like as good a time as any to pause and reflect – and to attempt encapsulate the hundreds of conversations we've had with people across Australia on the present and future of craft beer.

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