Australia’s best craft beer news…

Australia’s best craft beer news…

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Denmark is perhaps most famous for providing the world with Lego, nice design and Hans Christian Andersen. But more recently Australia has been on the receiving end of a new kind of Danish export: Gypsy Brewers.


Within the last few weeks, Mikkel Borg Bjergsø, from Mikkeller, has brewed collaborations at Mountain Goat and Bridge Road, while Christian Skovdal Andersen from Beer Here brewed at Red Duck and Moon Dog. No sooner had the pair boarded their planes and the beer community was able to welcome Anders Kissmeyer – probably the best Danish brewer you’ve never heard of (middle above). We couldn’t help but slip in the Carlsberg marketing line because Anders was head brewer there for 16 years before going on to Nørrebro Bryghus. Highly respected and experienced, these days he runs his own craft brewery named ‘Kissmeyer’ which has, in a roundabout way, helped bring him to Australia.

His official role on this trip is to judge at the Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA), but he’s also managing to pack in a whole bunch of other beer-related activities, among them sessions at Chapel St Cellars, Josie Bones and collaborative brews at Schwartz Brewery, Red Duck and Moon Dog. And the first of those has already taken place.

Having flown all the way around the world and touched down in Sydney at 9am, Anders dismissed the usual tourist attractions of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House in favour of a basement in Surry Hills, where he was mashing in at the Schwartz brewery by 10:30am.

“It’s all about the beer” he says. With that sort of dedication, it’s hard to argue.

After some initial discussions, Schwartz head brewer Michael Capaldo had sourced the ingredients for what the collaborative decided would be a “yeast-driven farmhouse style, with a local touch provided by some distinctly Australian ingredients; bush tomatoes, pepperberries and wattleseed. And just for some extra fun, a bit of pomegranate.”

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