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Pact Beer Co over the horizon
Canberra has long been known as home to some of the best beers in Australia. There may not be that many of them, but they tend to come with a reputation. The Wig & Pen Tavern has collected two Champion Brewery titles at the Australian International Beer Awards in the past. Richard Watkins, now pumps out beers at the thriving BentSpoke Brewing Co he opened with partner Tracy Margrain last year. There’s not a great deal of craft beer to be found around the city outside those brewpubs and the venues operated by Zierholz
Kevin Hingston launches the first Pact Beer Co beers in his hometown. Probably, to persuade bars, pubs and restaurants to broaden their beer horizons. In addition, there’s the Mount Tennent Pale Ale and the Three Lakes Hefeweizen. They feature quince and was brewed for last month’s GABS festivals, with the first kegs being tapped at Civic’s Transit Bar.
Kevin said that it was really exciting to get the call up to brew for GABS. The festival beers are always pretty creative. He knew he had to brew his signature quince beer. He’s really glad they’re able to launch with these two very different beers. One showcasing their core sessionable approach, and one displaying their more experimental side.
As for the name Pact – it was chosen from a list of around 30 or 40. It were whittled down over “focus groups” at Transit. Akuna Street Brewing Co and Limestone Lakes were among those discarded. Seems like Kevin is keen on a “punchy one-worder”. Thus, Pact getting the nod as the only one they could “form a pact on”.
If you’re not a Canberran then some of batch two of Mount Tennent should make its way to Sydney. There are discussions underway with the Scratch Bar team in Brisbane too. In addition, there are medium term plans to build a brewery in the ACT. All of which is pretty good going for someone who was still knocking back VB just a few years ago.
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