XXXX (pronounced four-ex) is a brand of Australian beer brewed in Milton, Brisbane by Queensland brewers Castlemaine Perkins (now a division of the Japanese-owned company Lion). It enjoys wide popularity in the state of Queensland, where it is commonly found on-tap in pubs and bars.
- 1 Which beers are Australian owned?
- 2 Who owns Great Northern Beer?
- 3 What beers do lion own?
- 4 Who owns Newstead brewery?
- 5 Is Carlton & United Breweries Australian owned?
- 6 Who owns Lion Nathan?
- 7 Is Bluey beer Australian owned?
- 8 Who owns Heineken?
- 9 Who owns Magic Rock brewery?
- 10 Is West End Australian owned?
Which beers are Australian owned?
Beer in Australia Of all of Australia’s major breweries only Coopers remains Australian owned. Coles and Woolworths, who together control almost 60 per cent of alcohol retail in Australia, have also introduced a number of ‘phantom’ brand beers.
Who owns Great Northern Beer?
Great Northern is owned by Carlton & United Breweries, Australia’s biggest beer maker which commands almost 50 per cent market share.
What beers do lion own?
As of December 2020, Lion owns the Emerson’s Brewery, Speight’s, Steinlager, Lion Red, Lion Brown, Panhead, Little Creatures, Waikato Draught, Black Ice, Rheineck and Lion Ice brands.
Who owns Newstead brewery?
Newstead is 100% independent and family owned. Peter and Heather Howes (grouse parents, see above) provided 100% of the financial support, as well as leasing to Newstead the two properties it now resides in. Newstead is owned by four people. Peter, Heather, Michael Conrad and myself.
Is Carlton & United Breweries Australian owned?
Carlton & United Breweries is an Australian brewing company based in Melbourne. In 1983 it became a wholly owned subsidiary of Elders IXL and CUB was delisted. Subsequently in October 2016, CUB was included in the purchase of SABMiller by Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Who owns Lion Nathan?
Carlton Draught is the most popular Australian beer, drunk by 17% of the country’s beer drinkers, followed by Victoria Bitter (12%), XXXX Gold (12%), Coopers Pale Ale (11%) and Crown Lager (8%). More than three-quarters (76%) of Australia’s beer drinkers are men.
Is Bluey beer Australian owned?
Brewed in the spirit of Bluey, the oldest living dog who became an Aussie legend. Bluey Ultra Crisp has been developed to appeal to Australian tastes. With it’s light crisp style and ideal balance of bitterness, Bluey is the perfect mid strength lager for the Australian lifestyle.
Who owns Heineken?
It is a subsidiary of Kirin Holdings Company, Limited. Its major operating units include Kirin Brewery Company, Limited, Mercian Corporation and Kirin Beverages Company, Limited. Kirin is a member of the Mitsubishi Group.
Who owns Magic Rock brewery?
Magic Rock Brewing, based in Willow Street, has been purchased by Lion, which owns the XXXX and Toohey’s brands, for an undisclosed fee. The brewery opened in 2011 and now employs 45 people. Announcing the deal, Magic Rock said it would allow the brewery “to introduce Magic Rock beers to a much wider audience”.
Is West End Australian owned?
West End Draught, commonly referred to as red tins, is a South Australian lager brewed by Lion, a subsidiary of Japanese company Kirin. Lion continues to use the name “West End Brewery” for its current brewery and website, which was the name of a former brewery on Hindley Street, taken over by SA Brewing in 1888.