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Over the course of the past few months, The Crafty Pint has spent a lot of time on the road, making its way around dozens of craft breweries and the best bottleshops and beer bars in the land. And, slowly but surely, we’re finding the time to compile listings for those venues. Today, we add a handful of those we visited in Tasmania in November plus a stalwart of the Aussie brewing scene and a first listing compiled by the new Crafty Sydney envoy Nick O.
They should be the first of a pretty steady stream of new listings over the coming weeks as we work our way through the remaining Tassie breweries, add a few from SA, bring the fruits of January’s tour of WA to to bear and continue to complete the picture in the fast-changing Victorian scene. As you may have noticed, these trips have brought other benefits, with the aforementioned Nick O providing us with eyes and taste buds on the ground in NSW and Jeremy Sambrooks and, as of today, Anthony Williams, doing the same in WA.
Look out for more from them in the future and, in the meantime, check out these half dozen listings, all of which are worthy of craft beer lovers’ support:
Van Dieman An English-inspired brewery on rolling farmland south of Launceston.
Seven Sheds Beer writer Willie Simpson’s brewery and meadery in northwest Tasmania.
IronHouse You’ll leave wondering if every brewery would be improved by its own perfect white sand beach.
Weldborough Hotel An inspiration to country pubs across Australia, where new owners took a picturesque but tired old hotel and gave it a fresh lease on life. How? By becoming a showcase for all of Tassie’s craft brewers and cider makers.
Murray’ At Manly The NSW brewery’s Sydney venture, now reopened, revamped and pouring around 20 Murray’s beers at any one time.
Grain & Grape A home brew shop at heart, but also one of few places in Melbourne’s west with a wide – and ever-changing – selection of quality craft beer.
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