Merite is turning heads with its reinvention of Australian merlot, and its fresh take on malbec also demands attention.
Yarra Valley-based distiller Four Pillars, will open the Four Pillars Laboratory in Sydney’s Surry Hills in June 2020.
The continued absence of a legal definition for Japanese whisky has caused it “irreparable damage”, says whisky expert Dave Broom.
A whisky made from the native cereal grain, weeping grass, is the second Native Grain Whiskey released by Adelaide Hills Distillery.
ASX-listed Lark Distilling Co remains committed to the Nant Whisky brand now that its barrel investment scheme has been concluded, managing director Geoff Bainbridge has confirmed.
The Balmain start-up’s first small batch offering is a dangerously drinkable IPA.
Melburnian outfit The Gospel Distillers has made an impressive entry to the nascent Australian rye whiskey category.
One of 2020’s most hotly anticipated brewing start-ups, White Bay Beer Co, has debuted its first beers in cans.
Australian Whisky Holdings has officially been rebadged as Lark Distilling Co, signalling a new era for the ASX-listed owner of Tasmanian whisky brands including Lark and Nant.
Voting has opened for the GABS Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers of 2019, with Stone & Wood Pacific Ale looking to maintain its unprecedented record.