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Considering Western Australiaâs justifiable claim to being the home of Australian craft beer, the Perth CBD has always been an infuriatingly difficult place to find a locally brewed pint. OK, the Adelphi Steakhouse now has Hop Hog on tap and Venn Bar has a nice selection of craft beer in bottles, but considering the wealth of choice in nearby Fremantle and the five Swan Valley breweries less than an hourâs drive away, Perth is an undeniable beery underachiever. Now, in an overdue spot of good news, there is a microbrewery operating in the Perth city centre for the first time since John Stallwood brewed his Nail beers out of the basement of the old Bobby Dazzlerâs Ale House.
The Generous Squire opened on the corner of Shafto Lane in October 2009. Much like the James Squire pubs, such as the Portland Hotel in Melbourne and the Docklands and Hobart, The Generous Squire offers a relaxed setting to enjoy the full range of James Squire beers, as well as a number of other brews from the Lion portfolio. While happily admitting to enjoying the odd pint of Amber Ale, more interesting to this writer was the small and unused brewhouse located behind the bar. In subsequent years, I heard many speculate that the timber clad tanks were simply for show, there to give punters the impression of being in a brewery without actually producing any beer.
The truth of the matter is that The Generous Squire was always intended to be a brewery but, for years, the lack of a brewerâs license meant that the tanks remained empty. Finally, with the recent release of Shaftoâs Reward Special Bitter, The Generous Squire can now rightfully call itself a brew pub and the only microbrewery in the Perth CBD.
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