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“Small batch” is one of those buzzphrases you hear a lot these days. You see it around so frequently, in fact, that its meaning seems to have all but disappeared behind the shadow of marketing campaigns and large-scale operations that seem to defy “small batch” at its heart. In a time when everything seems mass-marketed and impersonal, Thorny Devil reclaims the notion that craft beers really benefit from being handcrafted, local, and—who’d have guessed?—small.
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Ekim founder Mike Jorgensen is reeling off the beers he brews: After Battle Pale Ale; Viking IPA; Berserker Amber IPA; Hell Black IPA.
He brew what he want to drink and it sits well with the market. He brewed an English style dark beer/stout earlier in the year and he loved it, but he couldn’t wait to get away from it in the end.
A love of hop forward styles seems to be proving a route to success for New South Wales’ burgeoning craft brewing scene, with fellow breweries such as Riverside Brewery and The Grifter Brewing Co not shy in showcasing their love of US-inspired beers and reaping the rewards. That said, Ekim predates many of them – it celebrated four years in October – yet started from humbler beginnings. It’s only really been in 2013 that production has been ramped up.
His very first release was the Viking IPA, a beer that he now claims to look upon with “disgust”, but which he intends to reinvent and relaunch with a new recipe. Instead it was the second beer that really saw Ekim take off.
The After Battle Pale has been a huge success and has been the dominant beer for him. He changed a lot as a brewer then too. There was a time when he took stock, began reading more books on brewing and took on board advice from Matt Brynildson of Firestone Walker about keeping things simple.
More recently, his cause has been helped by the patronage of Peter Lalor, the cricket writer who also pens occasional pieces on beer for The Australian, including an annual end of year Top 20 Aussie beers. He has been a big fan of Mike’s beers for some time, featuring them in the paper whenever the opportunity arises.
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