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Campaign for Real Ale by Young Henrys

Young Henrys

It seems that the Brits rather like Australian beer while they may not have enjoyed Australia’s brand of cricket. Hot on the heels of the success of Redoak, Hawthorn and 4 Pines at last year’s International Beer Challenge. Another Aussie brewer has picked up a top title in the UK.

Earlier this year, Richard Adamson, head brewer and co-founder of Young Henrys, was invited to England by the organisers of the JD Wetherspoon Real Ale Festival. There he hooked up with Banks Brewery to create a traditional real ale version of his Real Ale. He was one of 10 international brewers invited to make a special beer for the festival.€“ His third invite to take part with 30 British brewers also creating new beers for the nationwide event.


A Surprised Brewer

Richard said he wasn’t even aware they did this. They used to have an online poll of drinkers in which he managed to take the trophy on the previous two occasions he have taken part, but to take best beer of the festival is fantastic. When he came back to the guys [at Young Henrys] he said don’t expect too much. He enjoy English bitters and drank some fantastic ones while he was over there so he thought they would get comments that it was a nice pint but not much more, but obviously the Aussie hops shone through. They used Ella, Topaz and Galaxy, with the star of the show probably the Topaz. The result has been backed up with what we are seeing on Untappd as the punters are really enjoying it too.

The title is a welcome fillip at what is a busy time for Young Henrys. They turn two this month, after enjoying an incredible start to life in Newtown. A new brewery is due to be installed to make it easier to fill their recently arrived, much larger tanks and they’re about to release their 500th brew, a double version of their popular Hop Ale called Hop Van Damme.



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