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Batch Brewing Company is Ready to Open

Batch Brewing Company

When Santa skimmed over this year’€™s naughty and nice list – moving swiftly past Lance Armstrong. The global intelligence community and the entire roster of the Essendon football club. He evidently paused next to the names Andrew Fineran and Chris Sidwa. What he obviously decided was that these two had been very good indeed. Just in time for Christmas, they’€™ve had a brand new brewery delivered. Truth be told, the brewery was actually delivered back in October. But that simply means the real gift at this time of year comes in the fact that the Batch Brewing Company is ready to open.

The concept behind this new Marrickville venture is to produce one-off small batches of beer. Just as you might hazard a guess from the name. That’€™s not to say they won’€™t have regular or even semi-regular releases – an American Pale Ale (currently Batch #2 for those taking notes) should be a constant – but pretty much everything else will be created as and when opportunities arise. That might mean something seasonal, a collaboration, a combination of the two or simply something the duo are particularly keen on brewing. There’€™s a certain freedom and fun in doing things this way, which is clearly part of the appeal.


The Bright Side of Things

Looking on the bright side, they suggest they now know the brewery far more intimately than expected, having had to take it all apart, clean it out and put it back together again. With the brewing side of things under control (for now, at least…), they’€™ve been putting the finishing touches on the tasting bar before throwing the doors open to the public. Taps have been installed, kegs hooked up, furniture moved in, labels hand stamped and growlers are at the ready. All that’€™s needed is people to come and drink the beer which, in all honesty, doesn’€™t seem like much of a problem for a brewery these days.

As Chris said they already have people walking past on their way to the train station, coming in and asking when they’€™ll be open.€ Happily, the answer to that question is “€˜now”€™.



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