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With the popularity of their Pacific Ale showing no signs of slowing, it seemed for some time that all the Stone & Wood team had time for was brewing more of the beer and installing more and larger tanks in which to keep it. Yet in between taking delivery of big, shiny stainless steel tanks the Byron Bay brewers have been concocting other plans too, revealed this week in the form of a new beer to join their permanent range and the launch of a side project that will focus on bringing together people from throughout the community to create one-off brews.
First up will be the Jasper Ale, a deep red ale that “reflects the red volcanic soil of our hinterland”. Inspiration, say the brewers, “comes from German Alt, American Amber Ale and an English Brown Ale styles. We love the spicy bitterness that a German hop such as Hersbrucker brings to a beer to balance that rich malt character.”
Over the past couple of years, Stone & Wood has released a Red Relief Ale as a fundraiser and entry for last year’s Great Australian Beer SpecTAPular – which you can see them talking about here – as well as the annual Stone Beer – both enabled the brewery to trial elements found in Jasper.
Then next up is the launch of The Mash Collective: “An opportunity for people from all walks of life to come together to share their seperate obsessions and collectively create a brew from a common ground … their love of beer.”
According to Stone & Wood’s Jamie Cook: “We have experienced it ourselves when we first established Stone & Wood. Then as the team has come together to help build the business we’ve seen a collective form, which is a broader group of people with even wider interests come together and everyday share a common goal … making good beer.
“We all work pretty hard at Stone & Wood, but we also like to make sure we also enjoy the community that has formed around it. So The Mash Collective is a vehicle for the team and that community to work together on a series of projects that help us all celebrate our love of beer.
“We have an open approach to how we run the business and although we have often talked about the idea of doing collaborative brews with other brewers and other brewing companies we always felt that approach was a little too industry focussed and introspective.
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