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BREAKING NEWS: Lion takes 50% stake in Four Pillars Gin

BREAKING NEWS: Lion takes 50% stake in Four Pillars Gin



Lion has announced it's investing in Four Pillars Gin, taking a 50% stake in the award-winning distillery.

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AB-InBev releases cocktail-making pod machine

AB-InBev releases cocktail-making pod machine



Keurig and Anheuser-Busch InBev are moving forward with a joint venture called the Drinkworks Home Bar, which dispenses cocktails instead of cups of coffee.

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Influencers, grassroots marketing & NPD key to drinks growth

Influencers, grassroots marketing & NPD key to drinks growth



PwC's Paul von Kesmark and Birger Maekelburger discussed recent consumer trends and implications for the drinks industry at The Drinks Association Network Breakfast on March 21.

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Amatil walks away from Lion drinks deal

Amatil walks away from Lion drinks deal



Coca-Cola Amatil has withdrawn from negotiations to buy Lion Group's Dairy & Drinks division.

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Winemaker

Winemaker's car hijacked by koala



South Australian winemaker Tim Whitrow got the shock of his life this week when he discovered an unexpected passenger in his car: a koala called Caramello.

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Woolworths launches new media service for suppliers

Woolworths launches new media service for suppliers



Woolworths has launched a new stand-alone media business called Cartology, aimed at helping suppliers communicate more effectively with customers.

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IWSR predicts steep decline in Australian wine exports to UK

IWSR predicts steep decline in Australian wine exports to UK



The IWSR Vinexpo Report 2012-2022 has predicted Australian wine exports to the UK will decline from 23.6 million cases in 2017 to 18.8 million cases by 2022.

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Budget-conscious Aussies ditch champagne for prosecco

Budget-conscious Aussies ditch champagne for prosecco



Global Champagne sales have plummeted to their lowest level since 2004, with Australia among the countries to suffer a fall.

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Penfolds named World

Penfolds named World's Most Admired Wine Brand 2019



Penfolds has been named the ‘World’s Most Admired Wine Brand’ by Drinks International in its annual poll.

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Yellow Tail named most powerful wine brand in the world

Yellow Tail named most powerful wine brand in the world



Yellow Tail has topped Wine Intelligence's Global Wine Brand Power Index for the second year in a row.

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Vignerons turn to Tasmania as climate change fears grow

Vignerons turn to Tasmania as climate change fears grow



As fears grow that climate change is affecting yields and changing the flavour of wine, Tasmania is being touted as "ripe for serious investment".

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Gage Roads to build $3million brewery in Sydney

Gage Roads to build $3million brewery in Sydney



Western Australia's Gage Roads Brewing has announced it's building a microbrewery and taproom in Sydney.

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Accolade puts Knappstein winery up for sale

Accolade puts Knappstein winery up for sale



Accolade Wines has placed one of the Clare Valley’s best known wine brands, Knappstein, on the market.

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Brexit chaos hits wine industry and consumers

Brexit chaos hits wine industry and consumers



How the wine industry and consumers are handling the uncertainty over whether Brexit will be hard, soft or ditched.

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St Hugo partners with 2019 Formula 1 Grand Prix

St Hugo partners with 2019 Formula 1 Grand Prix



St Hugo will be the official wine supplier of the Formula 1 Rolex Grand Prix in 2019 in Australia.

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CUB to scrap plastic six-pack rings

CUB to scrap plastic six-pack rings



CUB has announced its Abbotsford brewery will replace plastic six-pack rings on cans with cardboard packaging.

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Gen X: the forgotten growth cohort for wine sales

Gen X: the forgotten growth cohort for wine sales



Are wine companies making a mistake by marketing so heavily to Millenials and overlooking Gen X?

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CEO forum: Governing people risks & workforce culture

CEO forum: Governing people risks & workforce culture



Corporate Diversity Pathways and Future Crafters ​are hosting a Board Directors & CEO Breakfast Forum on "Governing People Risks & Workforce Culture".

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D&I Chair Simon Durrant: "You

D&I Chair Simon Durrant: "You're invited to the party to create our future"



The Drinks Association Diversity & Inclusion Council Chair Simon Durrant has revealed how he hopes to make a measurable difference to the drinks industry.

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Bundaberg Rum crowned Australia

Bundaberg Rum crowned Australia's top shelf distillery



The Bundaberg Rum Distillery has taken home Gold at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards

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