It's apple harvest season in NSW and Victoria and cider makers across the nation are banking on a bumper crop to make up for "two seasons of hell".
With smoky bacon and wet campfire aromas, rauchbier is an acquired taste to say the least.
Drink-related gifts needn’t be predictable. Make your own case of rosé; taste whisky as it matures or run boozy trivia nights.
With travel between Melbourne and regional Victoria permitted again, brewer Damien Norman has been working away furiously over the past month to try and make up for lost business.
A hard-earned thirst needs a big cold beer, and there are few ways to serve a beer colder than in slushie form.
From Cold Cock Bock to Kosciuszko: Australia's godfather of craft beer celebrates 50 years in brewing
Many brewers credit one man more responsible for Australia's modern craft beer movement than anyone else – Dr Charles "Chuck" Hahn, who celebrates 50 years of brewing in June.
What do you do when bushfires hand you smoke-tainted grapes? For winemaker Bryan Martin and brewer Topher Boehm, you make smoky, wild, fruit-forward beer.
Callan Boys and James Atkinson taste test a six-pack's worth of low- and non-alcohol beers.
Once you've tried handcrafted cider, you'll believe that anything grapes can do, Australian apples can do better.
Nine months after its launch, Heaps Normal has the number-one selling beer at many bottle shops and bars across the country.