Brewers Get Together

Brewers Get Together

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Brewers Get Together

Brewers Get Together

As we gaze down at the floor watching the drain do what drains do, I realise that this is what happens when a bunch of brewers get together. They talk beer and eye off bits of the brewery they’d like to steal. Thankfully, the brewhouse remains intact.

If it were any other day at Eagle Bay Brewing you’d find Nick d’Espeissis brewing solo. On the contrary, on this particular Tuesday he was joined by several of the south west’€™s best brewers for a collaboration. Included in the day’€™s roll call were Sorcha Gillen and Justin Fox from Colonial Brewing, Shannon Grigg from Duckstein Brewery. As well as, Margaret River, Jared Proudfoot and Alex Poulsen from Cheeky Monkey Brewery and Jeremy Good from Cowaramup Brewing. Unfortunately, some unexpected storm damage kept brewer Ryan Nilsson-Linne at Bootleg Brewery. So instead he represented himself in the form of a donation of hops. If you’re playing along at home, that gives us seven brewers plus one brewhouse. Certainly, all of which should equal a pretty great beer.


Why were they all gathered?

So why were we all gathered at Eagle Bay? It was to create a beer for a forthcoming event at Perth’s Five Bar. Thus, will see each brewery represented by one of their beers on tap. The venue will be transformed into a gateway to south west breweries – but minus the tour bus driver telling you to stop singing.

Anyway, back to the brew day. Furthermore, seven brewers deciding on what beer to make. The sort of situation with the potential to result in either a) the country’s most overcomplicated beer or b) no beer at all but seven very jolly brewers.


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