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Fortitude’s Noisy Minor Shout
One of Queensland’s newest brewing companies, Fortitude, celebrated its first birthday this month. Its second annual Noisy Minor Shout. Seeing the brewing team take invited guests on the tour of some of their favourite Brisbane bars showcasing beers from its second label. They have plenty to shout about too. Having just announced they are taking over the former Mt Tamborine Brewery, thereby expanding their capacity significantly. Giving themselves a ready-made, and highly impressive, cellar door.
Up until now, head brewer Ian Watson has been producing all Fortitude and Noisy Minor beers at their original home. The former Eagle Heights Brewery less than one kilometre away. The move gives them pretty much five times their existing capacity. Thus, will come as a great relief to Ian who has been struggling to keep up with demand for his beers. The move will take place in April, with the intention to have the cellar door open by May at the latest.
The Move For Something Different
Ian said that people are always looking to do something different and out-of-the-box. So why not just go for the beer that everyone reckons they despise? They’ve been getting some pretty surprising reactions with a few beer geeks saying they don’t like lagers and then trying this and saying it’s actually pretty good.
The imminent move will mean much more beer, which means Ian and brewery founders Ged Connors and Jim O’Connor have brought in a familiar face from the Queensland beer scene to help them spread the word far and wide. Dan Rawlings was involved in getting Archive Beer Boutique off the ground and, more recently, has been Holgate’s man locally.
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