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The Winter Solstice
The Winter Solstice delivered a suitably cold day. At least around Crafty Towers as frost turned Melbourne’s parklands a crispy white. To mark the passing of the shortest day of the year, we thought we’d cast our eyes in the direction of the bigger, darker beers that tend to make an appearance at this time of year.
We’ll be running a guest Crafty Six in which contributor Graham Frizzell selects half a dozen local drops that keep him fuelled through winter. The theories on what makes big beers special and the stories behind some of Australia’s best remain as valid today as they were then. A year has passed and one of the brewers featured has moved on to pastures new.
The beers chosen are from Homestead Brewery. Plus, Colonial Brewing, Lobethal Bierhaus, Little Brewing, La Sirene, Noisy Minor, Seven Sheds, BentSpoke Brewing, Doctor’s Orders and Boatrocker.
- John Stallwood, of Nail Brewing, about his Clout Stout, a beer he describes as “unique”. Something to share with someone and enjoy together.
- Jon Seltin, then at Bright and now head brewer at Hawkers Beer, about his Stubborn Russian, currently being reinvented as a Tokyo-inspired 18 percenter by Ryan, his replacement from BrewDog.
“Brewing big beers raises a huge number of technical problems,” says Jon in the article. “You don’t want them to be flabby or overwhelmed by the high amount of alcohol. You want to pack in a lot of stuff, but not make it a cacophony of noise or a mess of solventy alcohol. It’s more about creating something elegant.”
- And Warwick Little, of Little Brewing, who said that there is an excitement around the place when they’re making something like the Christmas Ale.
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