Beer and Food Pairing: Brewing News

Beer and Food Pairing: Brewing News

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Boneyard Brewing Partnership

Boneyard Brewing Partnership

We launched Crafty Tales, a series of short films looking at different aspects of the craft beer world earlier this year. Created in conjunction with New McPherson, a Fitzroy-based video production agency. The first one featured Mountain Goat looking back at their first 15 years as brewers.

Now, slightly later than planned (the craft beer world is a very busy one), we’re back with Episode 2. It features Boneyard Brewing, the brewing offshoot of Josie Bones that has just released its third beer. A low alcohol Red Ale. Boneyard is a partnership between Josie Bones co-founder Chris Badenoch and award-winning home brewer and beer judge Brendan O’Sullivan. Again shot and edited beautifully by the New McPherson team.


Beer and Food Pairing

It touches upon beer and food pairing, as well as their decision to branch out from the restaurant business into brewing. New McPherson director James McPherson said Boneyard is an interesting one. Between Brendan O’€™Sullivan and Chris Badenoch they have a curious mix of chaos, passion and technical skill.

For half a decade, Chris has been the public face of “€˜good”€™ beer. Through his stint on Masterchef, his BeerBQ events, and his restaurant Josie Bones. Surprisingly, he challenging peoples’ perception of beer and beer and food matching. In Brendan O’Sullivan, Chris has found an exceptionally talented, yet individual, brewer. One who can operate between styles -€“ not in an extreme to be extreme sense. Hence, by taking styles we love and adding his personal touch: Brendan’€™s Grapefruit IPA is testament to this.


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