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Bacchus Brewing hosting B20
The G20 leaders will gather in Brisbane to further advance their plans to hollow out and poison the Earth. Correspondingly, concentrating the entire planet’s wealth in one person’s hands. Additionally, leaving those of us that survive into this bleak future in eternally impoverished servitude. Doesn’t sound like much fun, does it? Thankfully, Bacchus Brewing will be hosting the B20. Pouring 20 one-off beers designed to commemorate, mimic or pillory each of the nations. That sounds like a lot more fun.
It’s just the latest off-the-wall venture from the tiny Capalaba brewery. A brewery that rarely does anything that isn’t off the wall yet keeps winning plaudits from beer geeks and judges alike.
Craft Beer Creations
The beer representing Indonesia is among one of the colourful creations. It’s based on the story of Schapelle Corby. The local Queensland ex-convict who was caught with 4kg plus of cannabis in a boogie board bag. The beer has been brewed with 4kg plus of hemp hulls and is called Boogie On Down, Barley Brown.
The Australian entry is Abbot’s Budget Smuggler’s Redneck Ale. Brewed with all Australian ingredients. It’s a clone of Stone & Wood’s Pacific Ale. Moreover, it has added beetroot powder to give it a sunburnt red colour.
Bacchus has got a little creative there as well. The best-known beers from African and Asian nations being rather uninteresting variations on the mainstream lager theme. The Mandela IPA, brewed with Nelson Sauvin hops, will be representing South Africa. By the same token, India gets a King Korma Lager, starting with the idea of Kingfisher lager. Adding spices and then finishing with Kiwi Waimea hops for a mango twist. In addition, the beer from Russia is one based on the ancient Kvass brews. Featuring rye bread and a sourdough culture. There is no boil and ingredients such as mint have been added for flavour.
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