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1000th Australian Craft Beer Prepared At Peninsula Brewery
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Mornington Peninsula Brewery recently celebrated the 1,000th brew at its original brewery on Watt Road. Today, that 10 hectolitre system only produces five percent of their output, with a second production brewery responsible for the rest. But it produces all limited releases – including the beers that will soon form a new barrel program – and is where the brewery’s story started.
At the helm for all 1,000 brews has been Andrew Gow – or AG as he is known to most – who took on the role as head brewer back in 2010 when the brewery was still being built.
He’s a man who’s been involved in the craft beer industry for close to two decades, so Will Ziebell chose the millennium milestone as an opportunity to ask AG about his early days at Mountain Goat, the success enjoyed by Mornington Peninsula Brewery and what’s on the horizon.
In Australia’s still nascent craft beer industry, Andrew Gow is a veteran. Better known as AG, Mornington Peninsula Brewery’s first and only head brewer got his start in the industry back in 2000. That was the year he took a job at Mountain Goat and became brewery founders Cam Hines and Dave Bonihgton’s first full-time employee.
To put that into perspective, 2000 was the same year Little Creatures released its first beer; it’s fair to say the beer landscape then was almost unrecognisable to today.
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