- Key Dates
Voting now open
Voting closes July 24, 2013
Finalists announced August 24, 2013
Awards Presentation Dinner October 24, 2013, The Sebel Hotel, 28 Albion St, Surry Hills NSW
- Past Results
Beer & Brewer Awards 2012
Beer & Brewer Awards 2011
Beer & Brewer Awards 2010
Beer & Brewer magazine thanks our major sponsor O-I, our gold, silver and category sponsors for making the Beer & Brewer Awards possible. The readers and judges are also thanked for their support of the awards.
The 2013 Conference will be included in the Beer & Brewer Awards & Conference (BBAC) held on the same day (Thursday October 24) and run from 10am - 4pm held at The Sebel Hotel, 28 Albion St, Surry Hills NSW. Schedule and times to be confirmed similar to the 2012 content.
To see the photo gallery of the 2012 Conference held in Melbourne May 22, please go to our Facebook page. Any further details please contact David Lipman via Tel: 0415 081 285 or Email.
BEST 100 BEERS AUSTRALIA 2012
Beer & Brewer Awards Top 100 Best Beers of 2012
Best 100 Beers and Beer & Brewer Awards 2012 (18226 KB)
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See below past articles on beer excise tax in Australia and around the world, highlighting the need for reform to become a volumetric excise tax system, with rebates up to $300,000 per year not $30,000 when the OECD33 average for excise tax rebates is $1 million!
ARCBA to Release White Paper Demanding Excise Relief in Federal Budget
CUB HITS OUT AGAINST BEER TAX - BUT WHAT ARE BREWERS REALLY PAYING?
EXCISE ON SMALL BREWERS
EXCISE RELIEF WELCOMED BY CRAFT BREWERS
AUSTRALIAN BEER EXCISE REFORM LEGISLATED
BEER TALK: COVER STORY - EXCISE RELIEF (Issue 16 of Beer & Brewer magazine)
PLENTY OF QUESTIONS RAISED IN THE WAKE OF EXCISE ANNOUNCEMENT LAST WEEK
AUSTRALIAN GREENS CALL FOR EXCISE CHANGE TO HELP MICROBREWERIES HELP THE ECONOMY
ARCBA TO RELEASE WHITE PAPER DEMANDING EXCISE RELIEF IN FEDERAL BUDGET
AUSTRALIAN LABOR AND LIBS REJECT MICROBREWERY EXCISE CHANGE, BUT GREENS WON’T GIVE UP