Major Australian brewers are realigning their business strategies to capitalise on craft beer production.
Entries are open for this year’s Royal Melbourne Wine Awards, which will include a new trophy for the Best Vermouth.
Wolf Blass has been named International Winery of the Year at the San Francisco International Wine Competition.
The launch of the Tooheys Darling Pale Ale coincides with a refreshed new look to the entire Tooheys range.
A total of five Australian wines have claimed International Trophies at this year’s Decanter World Wine Awards.
Canadean expects global consumption of cider to grow around 5 per cent annually to reach over three billion litres in 2020.
Coopers Brewery is set to brew and distribute one of America’s leading craft beers, Brooklyn Lager.
ALDI Australia’s Buying Director has revealed how ALDI sources its wine, what they look for in a supplier and its growth into online liquor.
GABS had a record turnout of more than 22,500 people attending the Melbourne and Sydney festivals.
The winners of 2015’s Hunter Valley Legends were announced last night at a ceremony held at Brokenwood Wines, Pokolbin.
Schild Estate’s winemaker Scott Hazeldine talks Food Magazine through the development of the Prämie Limited Release 2013 Shiraz.
A new wine research centre that will help the industry face up to challenges has launched at the University of Adelaide.
The winners of the Australian 2015 International Beer Awards were revealed at a presentation dinner held in Melbourne last night.
The largest contingent of Greek winemakers ever to visit Australia will arrive at the end of June to showcase the region’s wine.
A Wine Sector Survey that combines pricing and crush data collection will streamline the annual collection of data.
SABMiller will enter the UK craft beer market following the acquisition of Meantime Brewing Company.
Australia has picked up a mighty haul of medals at International Wine Challenge 2015, including 91 Gold medals.
Tyrrell’s Wines is nearing completion of a 350kW solar photovoltaic installation.
Two NSW wines are generating huge interest from wholesale buyers at trade shows held in Eastern China.
Total volume growth for the global alcoholic drinks industry in 2014 was subdued for a second consecutive year at 0.8 percent.