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There’€™s a strange wind about to blow across the land. But this isn’t some bluster conjured up by Mother Nature. This is manmade, born of years of frustration finally being released in an almighty sigh of relief. It will originate in Erina on the Central Coast of New South Wales and we should take a moment to acknowledge it. This sigh will be breathed from the lips of two locals and longtime friends, Chris Benson and Adam Klasterka. And the reason for such audible relief? Their business, the Six String Brewing Company, is finally open.


The arrival of the country’€™s newest brewery has been nothing but drama-filled. The journey has taken, Adam recalls: “Something like three years and four sites.“ They’€™ve battled opposition at every turn to get their brewery open, against almost every obstacle you could care to throw their way: finding sites, the shambolic world of planning permissions, new ‘no alcohol’€™ by-laws – including those imposed after they had already been locked into a lease and had a brewhouse ordered – and public announcements of opposition towards what they were attempting to achieve. That’€™s not even to speculate at what financial and emotional cost this might have had over such a prolonged period.


Yet, amongst the myriad of challenges, there remained a stubborn refusal to let their dream be strangled in red tape. There remained a simple burning desire to brew good beer and see their brewery open. If you want an example of the passion that drives the craft beer industry in Australia, it is personified at the Six String Brewery. Now, thankfully, their story is set to take a much brighter turn.


The brewery is at optimum shininess, ready to receive guests. There’s a bar and couches and tables and chairs. The coasters are printed and the walls adorned with artwork showing the glory of the brewing process and a giant tree flourishing with leaves of growlers. They even have merchandise: caps, glasses, growlers and guitar picks – a homage to the brewery’s name derived from Chris’€™ penchant for playing the six string bass. And of course they have beer.


The ready-to-launch range includes pale and blonde ales, hefeweizen, saison and a (very) Dark Red IPA. The latter, a hoppy 6.6 per cent IPA, is sufficient reward for any beer lover wishing to take a trip to the coast, while something like the 3.8 per cent blonde should help encourage new drinkers by offering something more from their beer without going so far as to offend. It is a range that has something to please everyone.




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