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Wayward Brewing in Full Circle
For the past few years, Peter Philip has been living up to the wayward name of his brewing company. Since entering his first beer into the market at the end of 2012, he’s become a stalwart of Sydney’s gypsy brewing scene and has, by his count, produced his beers in seven different breweries. But that’s effectively all in the past now as Wayward gets ready to roll up the doors of a home to call its own.
Tucked away in a quiet lane on the border between Camperdown and Annandale, the brewery will be the latest in the Inner West’s blossoming list of breweries to open in the past couple of years, joining Young Henrys, Rocks Brewing, Batch Brewing and the forthcoming Grifter.
The Doors are Open
Once the doors open, they’ll be able to weigh up how the Wayward range looks in the company of an eager test audience: you.
The brewery will have a cellar door accommodating around 150 people with 12 taps serving beer straight from the cool room and an area set aside for a barrel-ageing program which has space for around 24 barrels. It’s an interesting space in that the whole lane used to be part of a winery and each of the small rooms that run off the main cellar door were once concrete wine vats; run your hand along the wall and you can feel the wax and see the brown stains where red wine has soaked into the concrete.
Pete said that he have been to every brewery and bar in town and he thinks what they’ll be doing will be significantly different. Thus, the cellar door is really exciting for him.
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