Australian Craft Beer news: Melbourne Sydney Perth

Australian Craft Beer news: Melbourne Sydney Perth

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As of today, many craft beer brewers are starting their own breweries and opening shops. Brewing with their own might.  Here at Thorny Devil, we would like to welcome The Craft & Co who will be joining the list of brewers along Melbourne.


The Craft Beer Shop

The brewery is joined in the long list of venues located along Melbourne’s 86 tram line. Sitting at the north end of Smith Street, the converted warehouse that previously housed a menswear store is unassuming from the outside. That is, until, you spot the window display showcasing a gleaming spirit still.

The Smith Street venue has been impressing and surprising those who have wandered through its doors as the sheer scope of the project becomes apparent since it’s opening. It’s not just a restaurant, not just a bar, not just a beer and wine store, but all of that and more. Before long, patrons will be able to take lessons in cheese or salami making, or learn more about brewing directly from the in-house brew team.

Operations manager Umberto Fato says the response from the Collingwood community since their door first opened has been a joy to watch.

He said that people are just amazed at what it is as soon as he mentioned that they want to teach people how to make cheese, salami or beer. Their eyes light up.



The Craft Beer Team

The team takes the concept of “paddock to plate” seriously. Making their own bread and cheese and curing their own meat is just the start. The on-site distillery and 10 hectolitre brewery are two of the stars of the show. Collaboration projects and contracting space for fledgling gypsy brewers a key part of the unfolding philosophy. Their brewery will play host to a rotating stream of collaborating brewers. In time, the spirit still at the front of the store will be doing its thing too.

Their first forays into brewing have produced a clean and light pilsner and a pleasantly hoppy pale ale. It is made in collaboration with Napoleone Brewers from the Yarra Valley. Overseeing the brews is The Craft & Co’s brewer Greg Mace, who previously spent several years at Dux de Lux in New Zealand.

None of the taps are tied down in order to allow greater scope for showcasing Australia’s best craft brews. Their matched food menu will be revised regularly to suit the evolving wine and beer lists too. For the cost of corkage and the retail price, patrons can select a bottle from the liquor store downstairs to accompany their meal.


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