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MPs Claims, Government Is Stifling Craft Beers

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Reforms at all levels of government are necessary to unlock the vast tourism and employment opportunities presented by small breweries, Federal Labor MPs Anthony Albanese and Joel Fitzgibbon heard this week.

Albanese, the MP for Grayndler – the Sydney electorate that includes the city’s Inner West – organised the Thursday night meeting with local brewers, also attended by Fitzgibbon as Shadow Minister for Agriculture.

It was hosted by Camperdown’s Wayward Brewing Co, whose founder Peter Philip said his business had grown in the space of a year to employ ten full-time staff and ten casuals, a total of 15 full-time equivalents.

He said the brewery also has knock-on employment benefits for food trucks, delivery drivers, brewery tour operators and a multitude of other local suppliers.

With continued take-up of craft beer in Australia, Philip said the Inner West could sustain several more breweries providing further employment opportunities.

In the United States, he said the State of Oregon has 230 breweries for its population of four million people (one per 17,000 people), while San Diego has 180 breweries for its 3.2 million people (one per 18,000 people).

The Inner West will have at least ten breweries by the end of 2017, for a population of 300,000 (one brewery per 30,000 people).

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