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Queensland quenchers on the Brisbane craft beer circuit
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In the humid and sub-tropical climate of Brisbane, Queenslanders understandably want a quencher when they order a beer.
Increasingly, they want flavour, body, and character.
Gone are the days of a handful of mass produced beers, although XXXX is still a big name. (The brewery in Brisbane caught fire earlier this week, but the supply was not affected).
A craft beer festival, Brewsvegas, has been running since 2013.
A former concreter was among a group including surfer Mick Fanning who produced an award-winning Balter “extra pale ale” (XPA), which was given the number four spot in the 2016 craft beer awards in Australia.
Australia has around 400 craft brewers, compared to around 170 in New Zealand.
Here, the domestic craft beer market has an estimated 15 per cent share of the market, according to the latest industry insight by ANZ.
New Zealand has 168 breweries and more than 1500 beers.
For the third consecutive year, craft beer sales in New Zealand were up and last year the increase in sales was a bubbly 35 per cent.
There’s been an explosion of new-style bars, with bare walls stripped back to the brick, or in re-purposed buildings, with gleaming on-site stainless steel vats and extensive tasting menus.
The most recent addition is the Newstead brewery in an old, re-purposed office building near the city’s main stadium.
Around six to seven per cent of the Australian beer market is now craft products. New Zealand industry producers are playing their part too, with companies like malt firm Gladfield distributing to Australia.
Kierkegaard said great craft beers have a sense of place and were as much about the art of making beer as the science of brewing.
The Catchment Brewing Company general manager Andrew Sydes said the bar in the city’s west end opened about 18 months ago.
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