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To mark its 20th anniversary last year, the organisers of the Australian International Beer Awards commissioned a commemorative beer. The Collaborator from WA’s Feral and Victorian brewery 2 Brothers was an Australian Brown Ale released at the awards last May. Such was the success of the beer, both in terms of how it tasted and for raising the profile of the awards, that they’ve decided to do it again in 2013.
This time around, the invited the reigning 2012 Champion Large and Small Australian Breweries, Feral and Canberra’s Wig & Pen to get together, which they did at the end of last week to create the Pig Pen. The brewers behind the two breweries, Brendan Varis (Feral) and Richard Watkins (Wig & Pen) have created a beer described as “an innovative free range ale that contains ingredients sourced from around the globe, including malt from the UK, wild and conventional yeast from Belgium and the US, and Australian hops.
We sought inspiration for Pig Pen from the AIBAs international flavour, sourcing ingredients from around the world to develop a free range ale,“ says Richard (pictured above collecting his trophy at last year’s Gala Dinner), whose Canberra brewpub is know for one of the most eclectic ranges of beer in Australia, from exquisite blended, barrel-aged sours to traditional British style real ales.
Brendan and I used malt, hops and wild and conventional yeast, as well as doses of Canberra and WA micro flora and Australia’s finest water to produce the foundation of the brew.”
The beer will debut at this year’s Gala Dinner for the AIBA, which takes place during Good Beer Week on May 23. That is the night when the winners from the almost 1,500 beers entered in this year’s awards will be announced. Judging for the 2013 AIBA commenced in Melbourne today.
It is a privilege to brew with my longtime friend Richard at the Wig & Pen,“ says Brendan. “It’s days like these that make you realise what a great industry brewing is to be in.”
The Pig Pen will also go on tap as one of the speciality beers at this Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular (GABS), which runs from May 24 to 26 at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne. These will be the only opportunities to try the beer.
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