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He’s loved beer, sold beer, cooked with beer, taken beer onto national television and opened a restaurant with more of a focus on beer than any in Australia. So, really, it had to come to this: Boneyard Brewing, the beer brand launched by Chris Badenoch. The Josie Bones founder has teamed up with the restaurant’s beer sommelier Brendan Sullivan (above right), an award-winning brewer and beer judge who moved to Melbourne from WA’s Gage Roads last year, to brew Boneyard’s beers at 3 Ravens. The first release, a highly hopped Golden Ale, is already out, with the second – a Grapefruit IPA – going into tanks this week.
The idea, like many craft brewers, is to create beers the pair want to drink themselves and believe are missing from the local market, but also to devise beers they believe are food friendly and can play a role in Chris’ mission to see beer treated with equal respect to wine on the dinner table. As much as anything, however, it seems Boneyard came about because every time Brendan brought one of his home brews into the restaurant in Collingwood the staff were blown away.
“Every one that came in, I said, ‘This needs to get to market’,” says Chris. “Then when Masterchef All Stars came up, I said, ‘Fuck it. Lets’ get a beer out. Let’s launch it and see how we go.‘” So we did and we’ve been getting really good feedback from people.
“It was an opportunity to have a play with styles that we like, to put our own spin on things.”
For Brendan, a brewer to his very core, it was a welcome return to making beer on a bigger scale, particularly as it’s in a situation where he’s responsible for the entirety of the process.
“It’s good to have a project and that it’s my project,” he says. “It’s more satisfying when you’re responsible for pulling the whole thing together – a lot more enjoyable. I’m a brewer and I’m passionate about brewing – it’s what makes me happy. It’s nice to be part of the recipe formulation, buying ingredients, bottles and labels – it makes it more intimate.
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