Australia Craft beer

Australia Craft beer

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They say that doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results is a mark of insanity. Pete wasn’t exactly going insane, but he was becoming a bit disenchanted with his existing situation —one who couldn’t quench his obsession with finding new craft beers. Instead of setting off on a hero’s quest to capture a golden brew, he took matters into his own hands, synthesising his skills in chemistry and brewing to produce some unique beers and ciders to ignite the taste buds of discerning drinkers.

Thorny Devil strives to provide irresistible flavours of crafted beer. We truly believe beer is about experimenting, exploring and having fun. Thorny Devil brews beers and ciders that ignite drinker’s taste buds. Thorny Devil is available at local events and festivals.



Abbotsford Collabbotsford

Abbotsford Collabbotsford

When Good Beer Week first started out, one of the festival’s founders had another spark of inspiration. As a means of bringing attention to the week and also to highlight the community spirit within the beer world, Barney Matthews, then at Beer Deluxe and now at Matilda Bay, suggested bringing together three breweries united by location by distinct in approach to create a collaboration – back when collaborations were rare as hen’s teeth in Australia.

That beer became the Abbey Collabbey – or Abbotsford Collabbotsford, bringing together Mountain Goat, CUB (in the guise of Matilda Bay) and Moon Dog, who had barely finished welding the dairy vat into their brewhouse and bolting the first chandelier to the rafters. Tomorrow night sees the fourth iteration of the Abbey Collabbey launched at Mountain Goat in what has become a Good Beer Week tradition and one of the week’s busiest events; last year, on the Wednesday night the brewery was the number one check-in location for Untappd globally. The Royston, across the road, was number four.


The Big Beer

Goat co-owner Dave Bonighton said it’s huge. They brewed it back in February after a series of emails. It’s 10.2 per cent alcohol but also has a big dry hopping regime with mainly Australian hop varieties. Dave said they hope it’s the biggest beer to ever come out of Matilda Bay. There was a little bit of discussion about making a 10 percent plus beer there. Theye are very happy that they did.

As for how they landed on this choice of beer, he says: “We hadn’t done that star before. We have a long list of things that we would like to brew and we felt that this is the right time of year [ for this kind of beer]. There were so many reasons to do it and we couldn’t think of a single reason not to.”



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