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Cammeray Craft Restaurant
One of the few but frequent laments amidst an otherwise burgeoning Sydney beer scene is the lack of restaurants with a decent beer list. Itâs a rather perplexing scenario: to be able to dine on some of the finest and freshest food youâd hope to find, in settings other cities would swoon over, only to be left with the pleasure of washing it down with one of the cheapest, most abundant and least interesting beers Australia can contrive to produce. So itâs welcome news to have somewhere open its doors where a careful eye has been cast over the totality of the menu, and thatâs certainly the case at the recently opened Cammeray Craft.
The new restaurant and bar in Sydneyâs north boasts excellent food and a wine list to rival most others, but it also serves up a lesson in what a restaurant beer list can be: not too long, never boring and with something for everyone. It all makes perfect sense when you consider the man behind the venture is William Wilson; âkilted sommelierâ, man-about-town of the Sydney beer and wine scenes and all-round genial chap.
Beers for Everyone
Wilson said he made sure that a couple of our beers were approachable for the non-craft beer drinker and also kept bottles of a few of the old beers that were on tap at the same prices for anyone that couldn’t be swayed. While more locals are now coming in, sales of the old beers have dropped significantly as we educate more customers. While I started saying that three beers had to be relatively easy drinking, he now only need one to be.
It’s impressive progress for a venue that’s been open barely a month, but it also speaks volumes of the people he has helping run the place. In what should be dispensed as essential advice for those following in his footsteps in the country’s fast-growing beer scene. Wilson said iIf you theme your venue towards one product, whether it’s wine, steak, vegetarian food or beer, the people in charge need to be passionate about it. That’s why a lot of major pub chains and venues have failed when it comes to craft beer. You can’t have a specialist subject if you’re not a specialist.
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