Feral’s Sly Fox Face

Feral’s Sly Fox Face

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Feral’s Sly Fox Face

Feral's Sly Fox Face

It’s all change at one of Australia’s champion breweries as Feral undergoes a facelift. After the start of their occasional Brewpub series of limited bottled releases comes a new permanent beer, Sly Fox. Hence, followed now by a complete and radical overhaul of the Swan Valley company’s look. Out goes the existing branding. In comes something vaguely reminiscent of Ralph Steadman’s work for Hunter S Thompson. Markedly, maybe the scribblings of a pig-obsessed madman on Death Row.

According to the brewery, it’s a look that takes inspiration. Mainly from the mixed media punk artwork of the 1970s and 80s. Especially, when there was “no Photoshop or Illustrator. Notably, posters were hand crafted using what you had laying around. Specifically, often a pencil case with some mixed colours, scissors, a glue stick and a bunch of magazines”. And it’s an approach that they hope reflects their approach to brewing: a simple, natural, uncomplicated process that produces beers that can become “more complex and thought provoking” as they go down.


The Part of Breweries in the Community

Steve said he think there is a revolution brewing in Australia towards the little guy. Seeking provenance, experience, consistency and trust. Australia is producing some of the best beer in the world and with such diversity. The local breweries are part of the community. They create jobs, infrastructure, support for local arts, music, groups and offer people an experience they are unlikely find anywhere else. They are all real people making and selling beer that they love to drink.

Makes you come over all warm and gooey inside, doesn’t it? Although if it doesn’t, this promise from Feral might. This year has been pretty full on but watch this space next year for some new gems to come out of the Swan Valley.


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