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Secret Aussie Brewer With Gypsy Brewing
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If you exist in or around the beer industry, you often hear the same topics – or variations on a theme – being discussed. When groups of industry professionals or ardent aficionados get together, you can guarantee that, at some point in the evening, one of a few hot issues will be raised. Yet try to take some of the discussions from behind the metaphorical closed doors and into the public and, well, conversation can tend to dry up.
Enter The Secret Brewer, a new, occasional series in which a brewer is able to don the cloak of anonymity to unload on such topics. Each time, we’ll follow up the next day with responses to the points raised.
By bringing these topics further into the public arena, we hope to help move discussions forward. First up, gypsy and contract brewing…
I am a brewer who has been working in various roles in the local beer industry for more than a decade and I firmly believe that gypsy or contract brewing – however you want to refer to it – poses a major threat to the Australian craft beer industry.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying having beer brewed for you under license is inherently a bad thing, but I am genuinely worried.
There has been a major influx of new brands in the past couple of years – both from people with actual breweries and those without – and this, naturally, increases competition in the fast-growing, but still small, craft marketplace. And among those brands are some that possess few, if any, of the values that those who care about such things would say make something a “craft beer”, however you may define that term.
For more details, check out the link, https://craftypint.com