Our Beers. Since 1040 beer has been brewed on the Weihenstephan Hill in Freising. We are in fact the world's oldest brewery, but we are also one of the most innovative.
Time honoured traditions. Australia's oldest surviving brewery, the Cascade Brewery in Hobart, Tasmania, is still operating almost 200 years after its establishment in 1824.
Originally named Den Hoorn Brewery, Stella Artois (pronounced stell-ah ar-twa) is one of the oldest breweries in the world. Although the name may sound French, it is actually a Belgian lager! Stella Artois, or Stella for short, brews many other beers, but they are mostly known for their self-titled lager.
Stella Artois traces its origins to over 600 years ago, to the Den Hoorn brewery in Leuven, Belgium founded in 1366. Stella Artois was born as a Holiday gift to the people of Leuven from the brewery.
The Stella Artois logo and marketing pay homage to the Den Hoorn Brewery, established in 1366. However, that brewery didn't become Brouwerij Artois until Sebastian Artois bought it in 1717. The Stella Artois brand debuted more than 200 years later, in 1926.
As for the most popular drinks orders when it comes to beer, X The Balter XPA is the most popular pint on pour in Australia, with Carlton Draught coming out on top for Victoria, Felon's Crisp Lager in Queensland, Swan Draught in Western Australia and Coopers Pale Ale in South Australia.
Hope and Anchor Tavern, Hobart, Tasmania
Established in 1807, the Hope and Anchor Tavern is technically Australia's oldest continuously licensed pub.
In the 18th century, John Boston, a former convict, became Australia's first official brewer who brewed a beverage from Indian corn made bitter using love-apple stalks.
Beer in Australia
Kirin owns the Lion brand in Australia and produces XXXX, Hahn and Tooheys, while Asahi owns Carlton & United Breweries and produces VB, Carlton and Corona.
Tinnie and Amber Nectar
Both these slang words are in use in Australia to mean a beer. Tinnie was first used in the 1970s and referred to as canned beer. Amber nectar originated from the U.S. in the 19th century. Amber nectar can refer to lager.
ELEVATE Sydney 2023 kicks off on January 3, featuring Australia's longest bar, stretching 127 metres along the Cahill Expressway.
An Australian pub or hotel is a public house or pub for short, in Australia, and is an establishment licensed to serve alcoholic drinks for consumption on the premises. They may also provide other services, such as entertainment, meals and basic accommodation.
Located near the rugged Flinders Ranges, Prairie Hotel is one of Australia's most iconic pubs.
Nail Brewing is an Australian brewery and the producer of the world's most expensive beer, the Antarctic Nail Ale.
The alcohol beverages most commonly consumed by Australians are bottled wine (34%), regular strength beer (19%), and bottled spirits/liqueur (15%).
Bud Light. Bud Light is a light lager brewed by Anheuser-Busch that is renowned for its crisp, refreshing flavor and minimal calorie content. What is this? For many years, it has been the most popular beverage in the country.
Aussies use “cheers!” in a number of instances: to say thank you, in celebration, when drinking, and to say hello and goodbye. Get ready to hear “cheers mate!” a lot. No matter how strange sounding these Aussie slang terms are at first, you will inevitably adopt them in no time.
But the Australian slang for beer is amber fluid. Some states call it a pint, and in others, it is a schooner.
“Mate” is a popular word for friend. And while it's used in other English-speaking countries around the world, it has a special connection to Australia. In the past, mate has been used to address men, but it can be gender-neutral. In Australia, you'll also hear mate used in an ironic sense.
Australia's smallest cocktail bar – Tiny Tails – is popping up in Melbourne and Sydney in the coming weeks.
It's Australia's smallest bar! Roadhouse at Lynd Junction, North Queensland.
“Ballarat has a renowned history as being a pub town – in 1870 boasting over 500 pubs in the district as a result of the Gold Rush. “It is also well known for the brew “Ballarat Bertie” which unfortunately is only made now in special batches.
Bogan was brewed in collaboration with Three Boys from New Zealand. A single dry hop New Zealand Pale Ale packed full of fresh Nelson Sauvin hops.
Cozzie – swimming costume • Cranky – in a bad mood, angry • Crook – sick, or badly made • Cut lunch – sandwiches • Dag – a funny person • Daks – trousers • Dinkum, fair dinkum – true, real, genuine • Dipstick – a loser, idiot • Down Under – Australia and New Zealand • Dunny – outside toilet • Earbashing – nagging • ...