Beer is a type of alcoholic beverage made from malt and hops, with water used to create a particular flavour. With the mix of different beer styles and varieties, there are many exciting possibilities for what you can enjoy. But if you're not sure where to start looking, don't worry – check out the sub-categories to browse and find out what picks your fancy!

Beer has been around for centuries and its history is rich and fascinating. Beer was first brewed in ancient Sumeria and quickly became an important part of many cultures worldwide. Today, beer is enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds, especially in Australia, and it plays an important role in social gatherings and celebrations. Whether you're a casual beer drinker or a die-hard enthusiast, there's something to learn about this beloved beverage.


Independent Craft Beer Brewers make up a significant portion of the $6.5 billion retail beer market in Australia. 97% of all registered breweries in Australia are craft breweries! What is unique and different about Independent Craft Brewers is their creativity and ingenuity in adapting popular tastes and likes with cutting-edge craft beer brewing science. Never expect mediocrity with Australian craft beer. Many of the craft beer breweries listed on CellarsMarket are members of the Australian Independent Brewers Association. We love the idea that we can in some part support these great innovative craft beer businesses. Under the Values and Attributes search for the Independent Craft Beer check box.

What is beer best paired with?

There are many different types of beer, and each one has its own unique flavour, but the real question is, what is beer best paired with? Here are some ideas to get you started.

  • Pizza: The classic pairing. The hops in beer help to cut through the grease of the pizza, while the malt pairs well with the dough.
  • Burgers: Again, the hops in beer are a perfect partner for the fat in burgers. The malt will also help to soak up any juices that might run out of the burger as you eat it.
  • BBQ: Beer is a must with any good barbecue. The smoky flavours of the meat go perfectly with the malty, hoppy flavours of beer. And if you're looking for something a little different, try a smoked beer with your barbecue for an extra kick of flavour.
  • Steak: A hearty steak calls for a hearty beer. Look for a beer with plenty of malt to stand up to the rich flavours of steak.
  • Fish and chips: This British classic is best enjoyed with a pint of ale. The bitterness of the ale helps to cut through the grease of the fish and chips, making for a perfect pairing.

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