Carlton United Breweries has launched a mid-strength version of Corona beer exclusive to the Australian market. The new ‘Corona Ligera’ has an alcohol beverage volume (ABV) of 3.2 per cent and will...

Carlton and United Breweries has launched a new Yak ale variety. The new ‘Rusty Yak’ is a an alcoholic ginger beer and will be sold both in liquor retailers and pubs from later in 2018. The launch...

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says the contracts between Carlton United Breweries, Lion and licensed venues are “unlikely to substantially lessen competition” despite allegations...

Japanese beverage giant, Asahi, has acquired AB InBev’s central and eastern European assets which were previously owned by SABMiller. The acquisition cost Asahi US $7.8 billion and covers a variety of...

Carlton United Breweries (CUB) has won back the right to import Corona and Stella Artois beer into Australia. CUB used to import the beers until it was acquired by South African brewer SAB Miller in 2011....

Singapore food and beverage company Fraser and Neave has expressed interest in acquiring South Africa’s SABMiller’s Peroni and Grolsch beer brands in Europe.   The expression of interest is occurring...

Carlton and United Breweries (CUB) have issued a food recall for a batch of its popular Carlton Dry beer.   The recall is for Carlton Dry 355ml bottles with the best before dates of 19/07/2016 and...

The ACCC has accepted brewery undertakings about 'misleading' beer labelling on Byron Bay Pale Lager The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accepted a court enforceable undertaking...

There has been a mixed response to the Australian federal government’s announcement of a $25 million incentive for sporting codes to end their alcohol sponsorship agreements. While twelve organisations...

Thunder Road Brewing, a microbrewery based in Brunswick, Melbourne, has taken Foster’s to court over more than 50 heritage Australian beer trademarks including Victoria Lager, McCracken’s Invalid...