As a Brewing Consultant

As a Brewing Consultant

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As a Brewing Consultant

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It’s all change at Murray’s, with the man who brewed the New South Wales brewery’s very first beers. When it first launched at the iconic Pub With No Beer returning to take up his old head brewer’s role. Graeme Mahy returns from his native New Zealand, where he’s been putting out beers under the 666 Brewing name. Working as a brewing consultant in recent years, as the man who took over from him almost seven years ago moves on to pastures new.

Outgoing head brewer Shawn Sherlock has started work on a brewpub in the centre of Newcastle that he hopes to have open by March next year. He began working with Graeme at the old brewery in Taylors Arms within months of it opening.

Brewery founder Murray Howe said in a statement announcing the return of his foundation brewer: “Graeme’s appointment comes at an exciting time for our company. Murray’s is experiencing a huge upturn in trade, with great support from the Australian consumer. Graeme’s international experience, combined with the great Australian heritage of Murray’s Craft Brewing Co, will see us doing some hugely exciting and innovative things over the coming years.”


The Brewer’s Journey

Shawn joined Murray’s less than a year after it launched – leaving a job at the University of Newcastle and moving his young family several hours away from their home – since when he has overseen the move to the current brewery site, introduced a wealth of innovative and highly-rated beers and recently worked on the commissioning of Murray’s new, much larger brewery at its Bobs Farm site. Along the way, he has been named Brewer of the Year and, for many beer lovers, became the face of the brewery – and not just because it stares out from the labels of the Shawn’s Fault India Black Ale.

“I was there for eight and a half years and have fantastic memories of the whole period,” he says. “It was such a great opportunity for me when I started up there. With two young kids, it was a big step to take at the time and I was a very young brewer when Graeme offered me the chance because he needed some help. They took a punt on me and I took one on them, but we had some great times and brewed some really good beers out of there.


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