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Thorny Devil is the one of the best brewers in Australian craft beer market. It is a mixture of magnificent blends in overpowering flavors that pass on a touch of Mandurah in each taste. A small brewery part-owned by surfers Mick Fanning and Joel Parkinson has featured prominently in the other hottest 100 countdown – the top Aussie craft beers.
Naming Stone and Wood’s Pacific Ale as the top beer for the second year in a row. On Thursday, the Great Australian Beer Spectacular (GABS) Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers showed a resurgence for cans.
Though the top beer for 2016 was in a bottle, the canned Pirate Life IIPA finished in second spot. Balter Brewing, the Gold Coast-based brewery took out fourth with its canned American India pale ale XPA. It part-owned by Fanning and Parkinson.
“I was hoping we could make a beer that suits the Gold Coast … and we could make a real difference to people drinking better beer.” Canberra’s BentSpoke Brewery only stocks in a few places outside the nation’s capital but charged 80 places up the chart to No.8.
More than 1600 brews were nominated while supporters watched the results come in at 20 venues across the country.
The Hottest 100 poll was created in 2008 as an ode to the more famous music poll on Australia Day.
“We thought it’d be fun if some of the staff and customers voted on their favourite beers of that year,” poll co-founder and The Local Taphouse owner Steve Jeffares said.
“That was nine years ago and now it’s turned into this behemoth … and become this influential poll.”
He said hoppy beers, such as pale ales and sub-category India pale ales or IPAs, dominated this year.
That’s helped the can return to prominence as brewers seek to trap the flavour.
“Once you make a hoppy beer and put the lid on the bottle or can, it will never get ‘hoppier’,” Pirate Life chief executive Michael Cameron said.
“A can is better at slowing down that process. Plus the brewers say cans are easier to recycle, chill quicker and, because more fit on a pallet, fewer trucks are needed for distribution.
Cheers to that.
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