Bundaberg Brewed Drinks

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Bundaberg Brewed Drinks
FounderCliff Fleming
Key people
John McLean (Managing Director)
OwnerFleming Family
Bundaberg Brewed Drinks range

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks Pty Ltd is an Australian family-owned business who has been brewing premium non-alcoholic beverages for generations. The company was established in Bundaberg in 1960 as a bottling and fermenting business. In 1968, Mr and Mrs Fleming (senior) along with Cliff and Lee Fleming, bought the business, then known as Electra Breweries. From then on, it was run by mother, father, son and daughter. Over the years, they have carved out a unique niche in a highly competitive market, both nationally and internationally. Taking the Bundaberg name and quality brews to over 44 countries across the globe. To this day, the business remains dedicated to brewing the finest drinks in a traditional manner, with the best quality ingredients.

Product Range[edit]

There are 13 flavours in the range as well as 3 diet varieties. The flavours include:

The Diet range includes:

  • Diet Ginger Beer
  • Diet Lemon Lime and Bitters
  • Diet Sarsaparilla / Root Beer

There is also a Limited Release brew, Spiced Ginger Beer, that is only available at key times of the year. It’s brewed with the festive flavours of cinnamon and cloves and tastes just like Christmas in a bottle!

Royal Crown Draft Premium Cola is produced under licence and is not available for purchase within Australia, except at the brewery tourist facility known as "The Barrel".[1]


The Bundaberg Barrel on Bargara Rd, Bundaberg

In 2005, Bundaberg Brewed Drinks opened their tourist facility, The Bundaberg Barrel, one of Australia's Big Things in Bundaberg. The Barrel has a 3D hologram video, interactive displays on the brewing process and taste testing.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "...Unfortunately we don't sell the Royal Crown Draft in Aus! If you are ever in Bundy , you can get it at the Barrel!". Twitter. Retrieved 27 February 2013.

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