Craft beer events

Craft beer events

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Our values are pretty simple, which is just the way we like them. Good beer doesn’t overcomplicate things, and neither do we. Keeping things small allows us to ensure each batch is positively perfect. Do you want to chug some watery swill produced by some faceless grey suit who lets machines do all the work? Or would you rather be able to walk down the road, check out what’s brewing? Get to know the people making your favourite drink? We know our answer to that. And we know you’ll appreciate the care and dedication that go into every bottle we produce.

Thorny Devil strives to provide irresistible flavours of crafted beer. We truly believe beer is about experimenting, exploring and having fun. Thorny Devil brews beers and ciders that ignite drinker’s taste buds. Thorny Devil is available at local events and festivals.

 

Good Beer Wheaty

There can be little doubt that the past month saw more collaborations taking place across Australia than at any previous time. Surprisingly, so many international brewers flying into the country for Good Beer Week and various spin-off events, such as Good Beer Wheaty and one-offs in other states. There were plenty of opportunities for them to hook up with like-minded local brewers to leave some tasty treats behind.

The list of those that partook in collaborations, or indulged in a spot of spooning, is as impressive as it is long. If you prefer the nomenclature used to describe the process at The Wheaty. Among those to leave a beery mark on the country were the Yeastie Boys, To A˜l, Birra del Borgo, and Sixpoint. Likewise, Stillwater Artisanal, Weihenstephan, Deschutes and Rogue, with their local collaborators. Additionally, Doctor’s Orders Brewing, Hargreaves Hill, Lobethal Bierhaus, Boatrocker, Bridge Road, Edge Brewing Project, Red Duck, Moon Dog and Mornington Peninsula Brewery.

 

Brewing Buddies

BrewCult & Magic Rock – Salt Dick

  • Steve “Hendo” Henderson, BrewCult: “This was the collab beer that Stu from Magic Rock and I brewed during Good Beer Week. It’s essentially a 6 percent IPA with Pilgrim hops from the UK and the new Aussie variety Enigma.

 

Hargreaves Hill & Deschutes – International IPA

  • Kai Damberg, head brewer at Hargreaves: “For our collaboration brew Kris Scholl, technical director of Deschutes Brewery, took time out of his busy Good Beer Week schedule to come out to our brewery on the Wednesday to help us brew up a tasty little batch of IPA.

 

Edge Brewing Project (VIC) & Stillwater Artisanal (US)  – Fingerlime Saison

  • Adam Betts, Edge: “Went for a saison style beer, as that’s obviously what Stillwater specialise in. I was planning on using fingerlimes in an upcoming brew, as they have beautiful vibrant citrus crystals and aromatic peels.

 

Red Duck (VIC) and Stillwater Artisanal – Cactus Saison

  • Scott Wilson-Browne (Red Duck): “Provisionally called Cactus, it’s a French farmhouse ale, with added wild lambic yeasts.

 

 

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