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They say that doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results is a mark of insanity. We aren’t exactly going insane, but we are becoming a bit disenchanted with our existing situation. We, who couldn’t quench our obsession with finding new craft beers. Instead of setting off on a hero’s quest to capture a golden brew, we took matters into our own hands. Synthesising our skills in chemistry and brewing to produce some unique beers and ciders to ignite the taste buds of discerning drinkers. 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.


Tasmanian Beer Trail

For a while, the brewing landscape in Tasmania was fairly static. The state was home to its two big names – Boags in the north, Cascade in the south. Plus, a handful microbreweries: Two Metre Tall, Iron House, Seven Sheds, Van Dieman, Moo Brew and, Morrison. In the past couple of years, however, the number has been rising fast, with the likes of Little River, KICK | SNARE, Devil’s Brewery, Captain Bligh’s and the Hobart Brewing Company releasing their first beers and more in the pipeline, including The Winston, Last Rites and Double Head.

Yet, outside the beer bubble, the state’s brewing industry hasn’t received the same attention as that lavished on its wine, cider or whisky industries. Now, that could change with the launch of the Tasmanian Beer Trail, modelled on similar initiatives for cider and whisky.


The Launch

Stories are one of the features of the site, along with information on brewing’s history in the state, events, spotlights on individual businesses and, of course, the Trail map highlighting where you can find them.

Among those set to benefit is brewer Will Tatchell, founder of Evandale’s Van Dieman Brewing. He said that what it’s trying to do is promote Tassie as a beer experience and destination – to provide a central point for tourists [where they] can see where breweries are and make an informed decision when coming to visit.

Additionally, it’s an exciting time within the state. People are seeing an opportunity and grasping it, pursuing a dream, which is terrific.

The launch of the Trail – not to mention the arrival of so many new breweries – has set in train a process to establish an association for Tassie brewers too. Representatives from most of the existing and pending breweries caught up earlier in the month with the intention of forming an association swiftly so it can help guide where the remaining $300,000 will be spent.

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