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The Margaret River region is home to more microbreweries than any other part of Australia. From slick operations with a love of traditional European beers to family-run affairs and the odd quirky spot, there’s more than enough to keep beer lovers happy amid the expanses of grapevines. And luckily for The Crafty Pint, the creator of the girlplusbeer blog, who we introduced to you last week, calls the region home. Better still, Pia has undertaken the task of calling in on all of her local brewers to find out what they’ve got in store over the coming summer months. And here’s the first of her missives…
Weâve got sunshine, beer and beaches in the South West and if you could possibly want for anything else, hereâs a taste of what you can expect from the locals this summer…
The crew at Eagle Bay Brewing Company is currently preoccupied with a pretty Italian who arrived at the brewery recently – a new bottling line who remains as yet unnamed. She arrived in mid-September and, like an extreme Ikea assembly, was unwrapped and put together within a couple of days, without the obligatory leftover part. After a few test runs, or âGetting to know herâ as head brewer Nick dâEspeissis put it, bottling will begin.
Soon you will be able to take home your own six-pack or carton of Eagle Bay Kolsch or Eagle Bay Pale Ale. Sales will initially be limited to the brewery but hopefully it wonât be too long until Eagle Bay is at your local bottleshop. Keep an eye out for the official launch of Eagle Bay bottled beer during WA Beer Week in November.
The approach of summer will also bring the next Eagle Bay single batch, another collaborative effort following their successful union with Bahen & Co Chocolate for the Cacao Stout. This time they are teaming up with local beer loving venue The Pourhouse to produce a Saison. Keep an eye out for âThe Farmhouse Romp Saisonâ appearing in both venues shortly but be sure to try the Cacao Stout before it disappears. Eagle Bay Brewing will also be participating in the Margaret River Gourmet Escape, a celebration of the regions food and drink, where theyâll have beer tastings and bottled Kolsch and Pale Ale available for sale.
Down the road, the Colonial Brewing Company will welcome in summer with another limited release beer from the history pages of German brewing. Continuing their resurrection of long forgotten beer styles comes the Kotbusser. It is a style of wheat beer that was outlawed as it did not comply with the Reinheitsgebot purity law due to it being made with molassas, raw oats and honey.
The Colonial Kotbusser will also throw cinnamon into the mix. The venue’s opening hours are also changing, staying open till 10pm on Friday nights in summer so you can sit back and watch the sun go down with your favourite Colonial beer. The kitchen will be open until 9.30pm and their delicious pizzas will be available dine in and takeaway. A new summer menu and revamped website are also on the cards.
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