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Thorny Devil wants you to live and learn all about craft beer. It gives you the best craft beer in spectacular ambiance. We give you all the Australian Cedar news globally. Once upon a time, in a big, brown and thirsty land, there were Sydney beers (Tooheys New), Melbourne beers (VB and Carlton Draught), Queensland beers (XXXX) and WA beers (Emu Export, or “Bush Chook”).
Over time these loyalties gave way to a national brand mentality driven by the big brewers. But the stigma remains – despite many mainstream beers sharing styles and flavours. Beer expert Pete Mitcham says: “Most drinkers would struggle to identify a Tooheys New from a VB, or a Carlton Draught from a XXXX or even a Crown Lager in a blind taste test, but the rivalries – fired by sport or who has the better tourist attractions – will live long after the brands eventually merge into a single multi-national super brew.”
The rise of craft beer has thrown up more subsets, with its legion of new brewers. And traditional country pubs, such as the Cobram Hotel, which has dedicated Saturday night craft sessions, are getting on board. “We are always a year or two behind the city, but craft beers are attracting of lot of attention now,” says owner Adam Rudd. “People are asking for them so we are giving them what they want.”
But how to distinguish who drinks what? Here are 20 brews that showcase the diversity of our beer-drinking community.
VICTORIA BITTER (CUB)
You’re a seasoned drinker of the “vile brew” (one of the more family-friendly nicknames for the nation’s most popular beer), and, save for a brief period in the 1990s when you switched to Carlton Cold, it’s been an ice-cold constant.
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