Increasing alcohol prices has been proven to be ineffective in reducing consumption among those at risk of harms, with those who drink at the highest levels also the least likely to reduce their consumption when prices go up. Responding to a study released overnight...
On November 27, 2018, a host of Parliamentarians, staffers and industry stakeholders gathered at Parliament House in Canberra for the 2018 Alcohol Beverages Australia Celebration of Industry Event.
Whether it is a family vineyard in the Barossa or a university student working in a CBD bottle shop, a new report shows the beer, wine and spirits industry provides direct and indirect employment opportunities for more than 590,000 Australians.
The world’s leading beer, wine, and spirits producers have reached hundreds of millions of people across the globe in their mission to combat harmful drinking.
Australia’s relationship with alcohol remains on the right track with today’s release of the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Apparent Consumption of Alcohol Data showing the lowest rate of per capita drinking since 1961-62. Read more
Australians’ drinking behaviour got a 10-year tick of approval today with the release of the Federal Government’s Report Card on Australian Health showing a continuation of long term positive trends in all the major indicators associated with alcohol consumption.
ABA Executive Director Fergus Taylor talks to ABC regarding Minimum Unit Pricing
Findings from the most comprehensive survey of Australia’s drinking practices have confirmed a continuation of longstanding positive trends in our community.
Alcohol makers have rejected an offer by a senior federal health bureaucrat for the industry to put forward experts to join a panel reviewing Australia's controversial safe drinking guidelines.