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Our values are pretty simple, which is just the way we like them. Good beer doesn’t overcomplicate things, and neither do we. Keeping things small allows us to ensure each batch is positively perfect. Do you want to chug some watery swill produced by some faceless grey suit who lets machines do all the work? Or would you rather be able to walk down the road, check out what’s brewing, and get to know the people making your favourite drink? We know our answer to that, and we know you’ll appreciate the care and dedication that go into every bottle we produce.
Looking Back and Forward
We did look over the seven lists to see what the makeup of the 65 selected beers looks like. After all, the lists were selected by seven aficionados in six different states and one territory and focused purely on brews that were new back then so should provide an insight into where things are headed here. If it does, then there’s a colourful future ahead with numerous variations on IPAs, sours, saisons, fruit beers, spiced beers, stouts, porters, lagers of various ilks and more among the beers that turned heads.
Partly sparked by a discussion on social media in the past 48 hours about whether an obsession with hops could endanger craft beer’s future success, we also split the beers loosely into decidedly hop driven and not hop driven beers, with just 26 in the former category and 39 in the latter. It suggests that either Aussie brewers as a whole aren’t overly hop obsessed or that, at the very least, they – and the people drinking their beers – are interested in a broad range of styles.
The Year Ahead
In terms of what lies ahead, any crystal ball is likely to look as cloudy as a massively late-hopped IPA. The possibilities for craft beer in Australia seem so multitudinous. They would challenge the predictive skills of Phillip K Dick’s precogs. Without a doubt, the craft beer bandwagon will continue to roll on. Gathering more passengers as it does. The quality will continue to rise. The diversity will continue to astound and availability will become ever wider. We will reach the greatest number of breweries / brewing companies Australia has ever seen. Thus, surpassing the 300 of the final years of the 19th century. In that case, craft beer will become increasing ever-present.
We need to write “in some form or other” hints. Considering the fact that if anyone was still minded to draw up a tight definition of “craft beer”, then their challenge has never been greater. But, as “craft” becomes bigger and continues to become part of the mainstream, perhaps there will be less need to have any such term to distinguish one beer from another. As we hear more and more people saying: “One day it will all just be beer”. People simply guided by taste or other qualitative preferences rather than an us against them tribal mentality.
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