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Every year for the past three years, female representatives of the Victoria brewing industry have gathered to make a special beer. And this year they’re brewing it for Good Beer Week. They come from breweries big and small, as well as the marketing side of beer, and they have just one goal in mind: to create an amazing beer and have a damn good time doing it. This collective is called the Women of Beer and they met last Saturday to brew their annual beer.

The collective currently consists of: Sam Füss of Old Salt Brewing, Karen Golding from Red Hill, Aine O’Hora from Carlton United, Jayne Lewis from Two Birds Brewing, Chloe Lovatt from Matilda Bay, Nardia McGrath (brewer at large), Kirrily Waldron (Beer Diva and NSW ring in!), and Tiffany Waldron from Beer Girl Bites. Yes, that’s right, Victoria has that many women in the brewing industry – and there’s probably a few more scattered about too. Earlier, the group had had a serious planning session over a few pints to discuss what they wanted to make this year and it was decided to brew a vanilla milk stout.

To aid in the creation of this brew, yet another lady joined in: Nicole Carr of Heilala Vanilla. Heilala care just as much about vanilla as the Women of Beer care about good ale and lager – perhaps even more. Cultivating sustainable, flavoursome vanilla is incredibly time-consuming and labour intensive. The flowers are only open for four to six hours and have to be hand-pollinated during this period. The flower then takes nine months before it matures into a fully grown bean and must be carefully dried to preserve its full flavour – and you thought making beer was hard work! The collective knew they needed the best vanilla they could get their hands on and Heilala are always keen to learn new ways to put vanilla to use.

So, on Saturday, the Women of Beer gathered at the Red Hill Brewery on the Mornington Peninsula. As gypsy brewers, the girls migrate from brewery to brewery each year. And this year their hosts really put on a show, with lovely beers on tap for refreshments, apple pies, and gorgeous weather! Also in attendance were more entrepreneurial women: Babes on Grill, a couple of lasses who whipped up some amazing South American-inspired barbecue treats.


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