Carlton & United Breweries is Asahi Beverages’ alcohol business in Australia. Its leading alcohol range includes Asahi Super Dry, Carlton Draught, Victoria Bitter, Great Northern, Carlton Dry, Pure Blonde, Cascade, Peroni, 4 Pines, Mountain Goat, Pirate Life, Balter, Green Beacon, Somersby Cider, Riot Wine, Vodka Cruiser and Lexington Hill cocktails. It also proudly imports and distributes Corona beer.
Asahi Lifestyle Beverages (formerly called Schweppes Australia) was renamed in October 2018 as our Commercial (Sales and Marketing) function for our non-alcohol business in Australia.
Our brands include Schweppes, Solo, Cottee's Cordials, The Real Iced Tea Co, Cool Ridge, Frantelle and Spring Valley. We make and distribute a range of products under licence including Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Gatorade and Mountain Dew, and also distribute VOSS premium water and Red Bull.
We create a better place to work for our employees, promoting safety, health and wellbeing. We help our people realise their potential and provide opportunities for them to flourish both personally and professionally.
We foster an inclusive culture that genuinely welcomes the unique skills, perspectives and talents that employees bring to our business. We provide a working environment where people have the opportunities and resources to make a valuable contribution to the business and grow their careers.
We’re well known for being exceptionally people-focused, with a culture that most describe as welcoming, respectful, authentic and warm.
We’re a trust-based business, and nowhere is that more true than in our recently launched Remote First Hybrid way of working.
Currently in play at our Melbourne HQ and soon to launch to our other office locations, we believe wholeheartedly in the value of coming together physically for collaboration, brainstorming and connection sessions.
We also believe that regular team catch ups and ‘deep thinking work’ is best done at home. This is why we’ve launched a highly flexible hybrid way of working where we ask our people to get together face-to-face once a week or so, and work from home on other days. It’s the best of both worlds and accommodates the diversity of our people’s work preferences and personal habits.