Beer

Working towards a completely bio-based, polymer free bottle for beer. Pic:Carlsberg.

Carlsberg, Coca-Cola and Absolut create paper bottle research community

Carlsberg showcases paper bottle prototype

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg has unveiled two research prototypes for its Green Fibre Bottle: bottles made from sustainably sourced bio-based wood fibres.

C-store beverages: What’s new at NACS?

C-store beverages: What’s new at NACS?

By Beth Newhart

The National Association of Convenience Stores has been meeting since 1961, and today the expo covers more than 400,000 square feet. The 2019 show was held in Atlanta October 2-4, bringing together retailers, wholesalers, suppliers and exhibitors from...

Heineken 0.0 was launched in Malaysia in June. Pic: Heineken Malaysia

Heineken 0.0 launch has put the brewer on the back foot in Malaysia

By Richard Whitehead

One might think that a simple inquiry to a major brewery would be warmly welcomed, especially when it is about one of their recently released products. But it's not that straight-forward when it comes to Heineken's 0.0 launch in Malaysia.

New Australian beer shares its recipe on billboard adverts

Aussie beer shares its recipe on billboard adverts

By Rachel Arthur

Carlton & United Breweries' Pure Blonde Organic Lager is launching with a ‘disruptive marketing campaign for a disruptive new product’ – sharing its recipe on billboards across Australia.

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Binge drinking falls globally

By Rachel Arthur

Binge drinking has fallen by 18% or more across the Americas, Europe and Africa, according to figures from the International Alliance for Responsible Drinking.

Carlton Zero - Carlton & United Breweries' first ever non-alcoholic beer - launched in Australia last year.

Aussie brewer tastes success in race to the bottom

By Richard Whitehead

Carlton Zero is celebrating its first anniversary, having sold more than 3.2 million litres in Australia since its launch. Carlton and United Breweries is using its first-ever non-alcohol beer to go squarely up against soft drinks.