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Industry leaders reveal what the Australian drinks Awards mean to them

Industry leaders reveal what the Australian drinks Awards mean to them

With less than a week until the 2017 Australian drinks Awards, leading industry members describe what winning would mean to them.

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  • Important Changes to AdA Judging for 2017

    Important Changes to AdA Judging for 2017

    the drinks association has announced some exciting changes to the judging process for the 2017 Australian drinks Awards.    The changes are designed to help better determine the best entries and present the awards...

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James Squire to open ninth brewhouse

James Squire to open ninth brewhouse

James Squire is preparing to open its ninth brewhouse, on the site of the former Wheelers Hill Hotel in Melbourne.

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The Balvenie appoints Kelsey McKechnie as apprentice malt master

The Balvenie appoints Kelsey McKechnie as apprentice malt master

The Balvenie has announced a significant milestone in the history of the distillery: the appointment of 26-year-old Kelsey McKechnie as apprentice malt master.

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Langton

Langton's names Australia's Top 5 most iconic wines

The 2018 Langton’s Classification VII has been released and includes a first-ever Heritage Five, celebrating Australia's most exceptional, ground-breaking wines.

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NSW Liquor & Gaming verdict: lockouts to continue in Newcastle

NSW Liquor & Gaming verdict: lockouts to continue in Newcastle

The NSW Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority has issued its final decision on the review of licence conditions for 14 hotels in Newcastle’s CBD and decided to continue with lockout restrictions....

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Metallica creates ‘sound-enhanced’ whiskey

Metallica creates ‘sound-enhanced’ whiskey

Heavy metal band Metallica has partnered with WhistlePig master distiller Dave Pickerell to launch ‘sonic-aged’ whiskey called Blackened.

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Australian Vintage celebrates profit rise of 79%

Australian Vintage celebrates profit rise of 79%

Australian Vintage's cash flow is up $12.7 million on last year to $26.7 million – the highest result the winemaker has achieved in 12 years.

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Melbourne drinkers are the world

Melbourne drinkers are the world's biggest spenders on beer

Melburnians are the world's biggest spenders on beer according to new data from global savings platform CupoNation.

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Women graduates shift gender balance in trucking

Women graduates shift gender balance in trucking

Eight newly-licenced women truck drivers will be working to shift freight and the gender balance in the logistics industry when they graduate today from an inaugural women-only driver training pr...

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Disruptive wine app to hold launch in Melbourne

Disruptive wine app to hold launch in Melbourne

A new wine app that aims to change the face of wine distribution will launch in Melbourne on Monday.

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Export restrictions hit Australian Prosecco industry

Export restrictions hit Australian Prosecco industry

Italy has successfully banned the sale of Australian Prosecco in Japan, with applications pending in India, Malaysia, New Zealand and China.

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Small bar licensing for Sydney craft breweries begins this weekend

Small bar licensing for Sydney craft breweries begins this weekend

Craft breweries in Sydney's inner west will be able to trade as small bars from this weekend.

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Barcats introduces last-minute shift service

Barcats introduces last-minute shift service

BARCATS has added a new "Rockstar" service instantly connects venues with hospitality professionals in their area ready to work last minute shifts.

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