Australia’s indigenous affairs minister has warned of the dangers of using Vegemite to make homebrew, describing it as a “precursor to misery”.
In celebration of International Beer Day, here is a selection of beer factoids from where to find the cheapest pint to the origin of the Red Lion.
Australian wine critic, James Halliday, has given McGuigan’s “The Philosophy” the highest marks the company has ever received.
Having taken his three Michelin-starred Copenhagen restaurant to Japan earlier this year, René Redzepi’s Noma will be popping up in Australia next January.
Jascots’ former head buyer Alastair Pyatt is to join the buying team of the Bibendum PLB Group this September.
Organic wine represents an important part of Australia’s reinvigorated premium push, believes the Angove team, which is busy expanding this side of its business.
Australian winemakers are struggling to make a profit, with 85% of growers reported to be unable to meet or exceed their production costs this year.
Treasury Wine Estates has sold its Asti Winery, Souverain brand and vineyard assets in California to E&J Gallo Winery at a loss, as it continues to restructure its business.
Thousands of bottles of wine from Cardinham Estate have been stolen by thieves from a shed in the town of Clare, north of Adelaide in South Australia.
Australian wine exports have risen in volume and value between June 2014- June 2015, the first rise in export value since 2006-2007.
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