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There would be a danger of it becoming boring if it weren’t for the fact that not only are his beers brilliant, but Feral head brewer Brendan Varis is also as unassuming, generous and humble a guy as you’ll find in the brewing industry. And given it’s an industry low on ego and high on humility, that’s worthy of a trophy in itself. Not that he’d have anywhere to put it in his pool room in Perth after collecting the latest swag of gongs at last night’s 20th anniversary Australian International Beer Awards.


Brendan, fellow brewer Will Irving and – as he’s keen to point out in his acceptance speech for Champion Large Australian Brewery – the brewery driving force, wife Gab Varis, were the big winners, collecting the trophies for Scotch & Barleywine and International Pale Ale as well as the big one. The last went to Hop Hog for the third time in four years. The beer is so good that in a category that attracted a large number of entries yet only three golds were awarded, Feral won two of them in both draught and packaged categories.

There was as big a cheer for Canberra’s Wig & Pen, with brewer Richard Watkins collecting Champion Small Australian Brewery at a time when the original brewpub is due to be demolished and a new venue is yet to be secured. Other Australian victors included Illawarra for its Koelsch – a win that brought tears to one of its shocked brewer’s eyes, 4 Pines for its Stout in a category that attracted the largest number of golds, Matilda Bay for the country’s original wheat beer, Redback Pale, and Toohey’s for Hahn Super Dry in the International Lager category.

No one headed to the stage more often than Bob Pease from the American Brewers Association, however. Having brought the association’s Export Development Program to Australia for the first time, he found himself collecting multiple trophies on behalf of Caldera, the Pelican Pub Co and Deschutes. Kjetil Jikiun, from Norwegian brewery Nøgne Ø, was also in Australia for the first time so was able to collect the trophy for Best Specialty Beer for the collaboration he made with New Zealand’s Garage Project.

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