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Five Barrel Setting Up
For more than a decade, the only brewery to call the coastal city home was the Illawarra Brewing Company. It is, in a previous incarnation, was called the Five Islands Brewery. It is where the likes of HopDog’s Tim Thomas and Mornington Peninsula Brewery’s “AG” Gow once plied their trade.
Now there’s a new brewery setting up and its founder, home brewer Phil O’Shea, has chosen to call his latest beer venture – located just south of Wollongong CBD – Five Barrel Brewing. It was originally to be called Stack Brewing but a name clash with another brewery prompted a rethink.
He originally hoped to be serving beer at the brewery’s site in Keira Street by September but delays with the liquor licence pushed those plans back, as did a need to wait for that approval before ordering fermenters and other equipment.
As the Name Suggests…
Five Barrel Brewing’s capacity isn’t huge. With four 600 litre fermenters and a single bright tank, the intention is to make small batches which will be sold in either keg or bottle in the tasting room attached to the brewery.
The aim, ultimately, is to offer eight taps, all boasting a different Five Barrel beer – a necessity as the liquor licence precludes any guest taps.
Phil says that there’s four core beers and they will always have a dark beer and they’ll rotate that through a range of different dark beers – like dark stout and a milk stout for instance – and they plan on having a nitro tap as well before adding a teaser for fans of traditional British beers: They’d also like to get into some cask ale as well.
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