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Two politicians who have been actively promoting the cause of small brewers in Australia in recent years have thrown their weight behind a new campaign from the Craft Beer Industry Association (CBIA). The national body, which represents a growing number of breweries across Australia, today launches its “Beer Enthusiasts” program – a call for passionate beer lovers to sign up as members and support CBIA’s efforts to “Promote, Protect & Grow” craft beer in Australia.
To mark the program’s launch, they have bestowed the title of Joint Number 1 Beer Enthusiast on Senator Christine Milne, Leader of the Greens, and Mr Rob Oakeshott MP. Both Senator Milne and Mr Oakeshott have campaigned for tax equality for Australian brewers, with the latter calling for “comprehensive alcohol tax reform” after securing a tax break for small breweries last year.
We are delighted that Senator Milne and Mr Oakeshott have agreed to take up the positions of joint Number 1 Beer Enthusiasts,â said CBIA chair Brad Rogers, co-owner of Stone & Wood.
Our industry is thankful to them for the work they did in securing a measure of excise relief in the last Federal Budget. I think every craft brewer in Australia wanted to buy them a beer but short of that we think that awarding them Number 1 CBIA Beer Enthusiast status is the next best thing.
âSenator Milne and Mr Oakeshott understand that the craft beer industry makes an important contribution to Australian society by providing employment opportunities in a broad spectrum of industries, not just in breweries, it also encourages tourism especially in regional and rural areas and it promotes a responsible drinking culture through the mantra of âDrink Less, Drink Better.â
CBIA (then Craft Beer Limited) was formed in November 2011 out of discussions between a number of the country’s leading craft breweries. Its aim is to focus on:
- Consumer awareness and education;
- Trade awareness and education;
- Developing and celebrating the quality and diversity of craft beer;
- Professional development within the industry; and
- Government liaison and advocacy.
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