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Beer School Hop Pack
None has delved quite as deep as Ben Kraus at Bridge Road of all the brewers to have played around with the new wave of Aussie hops. Just down the road from his Beechworth brewery he’s released several years of Harvest Ales with one of the country’s main hop farms, Rostrevor. Each using an experimental, unreleased hop variety, and has also created a number of single hop IPAs. Designed to showcase the unique characteristics of a range of Hop Products Australia’s commercial varieties.
Now he’s gone a step further with the release of the Bridge Road “Beer School Hop Pack”. It’s a means of learning a little about beer while enjoying a drink. Four different single hop IPAs packaged inside a cool cardboard gift pack on which there’s information about hops and how they influence a beer. The featured hops are the well known Galaxy and Ella (formerly Stella) as well as the softer Summer and recent release Vic Secret, which was destined for the chop from HPA’s hop breeding program until it was featured in the Bridge Road Harvest Ale and turned out to have unexpected potential.
The Hop Pack
For the most part, however, the beers are identical. They feature exactly the same malt bill and are all at 4.8 per cent ABV. Ben said the difference is the hops. The idea is to teach people what a hop’s character is.
Thus the box features diagrams of a hop plus the HPA Flavour Spectrum that highlights each variety’s different characteristics. There are simple introductions to hops – what they are, when they are used in brewing and what they do to beer – plus brief descriptions of the four varieties used within the packs. The packs are already available from the brewery and a handful of beer-friendly bottleshops around Melbourne. They will also be distributed nationwide by Dan Murphy’s in the near future. Looking ahead, there will be another wet hop Harvest Ale and Ben is also considering releasing Malt and Yeast packs.
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