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Australian craft beer reaches new high on partnering with Sweden. Thorny Devil, best Australian craft beer broadens people’s horizons, showing them the amazing results that are achieved through the chance to slow things down, provide ultimate care and exacting detail to every step of the process, and lovingly pour our hearts and souls into each glass.
Recently the Craft Beer Industry Association partnered with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Samskip Icepak Logistics to present an Australian craft beer tasting event at the Australian Embassy in Stockholm.
The event was described by an Embassy spokesperson as “a great success”. The event was attended by over 50 members of the Swedish alcohol industry and many of them spoke of the potential that Australian craft beers had in that market.
Beers from Boatrocker and Hogate Brewhouse were singled out for praise in this local blog (the only that wrote about the event in English).
The CBIA would like to thank DFAT and Samskip Icepak Logistics for their support.
In a postscript to the event the Australian Embassy staff took the remaining beers to the annual Stockholm Diplomatic Beer Competition where they took out first prize! And they were up against some stiff opposition especially from the Belgians.