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The Monk’s head brewer Craig Eulenstein told The Crafty Pint that one of the reasons he’d applied for the job at the Freo brewpub was because he wanted to try to win the title of Australia’s Champion Brewer. It was a bold ambition.
Taking out Champion Small Australian Craft Brewery
After snaffling some gold medals and trophies in his first 18 months at the brewery, he’s achieved his goal, with The Monk taking out Champion Small Australian Craft Brewery at the second Craft Beer Awards in Sydney.
He joined Two Birds, who retained the Champion Large Craft Brewery title they shared with 4 Pines, and Modus Operandi, who followed up last year’s eye-catching swag of trophies with three more, including Champion Medium Craft Brewery, having shifted up a size category.
The Winner’s Speech
For Craig, who replaced all of the existing beers on the lineup at The Monk – many of which were past trophy winners – with an entirely new range, not to mention starting a barrel program, it’s the ultimate validation.
“It wasn’t so much a case of wiping the slate clean,” he said, “because the previous beers were really, really awesome. It was more about making the beers a bit more relevant, changing the names and creating something the next generations of brewers can build on.”
It was also a good night for the women of the industry. Not only did Two Birds back up their previous triumph but the beer they brewed earlier this year with the Pink Boots Society, the Neneh Cherry Saison, was named Champion French / Belgian Ale.
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