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Black Heart Brewery
It’s turning into a colourful end to a rollercoaster year for one of the country’s more idiosyncratic breweries. Black Heart Brewery is found in a two-storey shed next to a swimming pool. It is at the back of one of its founders’ Brighton home and is run by a cardiac surgeon and a profusionist.
Earlier this year, they discovered an infection in part of their nano setup. Hence, ended up with some ruined batches of beer. But, as the year draws to a close, they’re back with a wider range of beers than ever. Robin Brown, the surgeon and head brewer, rediscovers the passion that started him down the brewing path.
He said it’s bringing back the excitement of doing home brews in a recent decision to launch a series of new beers.
Good Thing About Infection is?
Having come from a home brewing background and always looking to brew his beers exactly to style, Robin had been looking to manage a wide range of different yeast strains – one for each beer, in fact – within their restricted space. Now, following some experimentation, he has reduced the number of strains while retaining the same number of beers on the core range and adding a further eight occasional releases (so far).
He said having the infection was a good thing in a way. They identified an issue [in the brewery] as a result, which in retrospect was something they maybe should have realised. They got rid of a component and changed the system and as an on-flow have revised everything including yeast management.
While that was a low point in the year, a highlight came during May’s Good Beer Week when they took part in a Belgian Craft vs Classics beer battle at Village Melbourne. Four of their beers – a Tripel, Witbier, Saison and Brune were pitted against Karmeliet, Hoegaarden, Saison Dupont and Leffe Brune respectively. Their Belgian Wit topped the People’s Choice poll while the 9.2 per cent Tripel has proved so popular it’s gone on to become a semi-permanent part of their range.
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