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It would seem the sleeping giant is starting to awake. With some of the most exciting new breweries in Australia calling New South Wales home. The small bar scene giving impetus to Sydney’s nascent craft beer scene. Markedly, adding credence to that is Craft Press. A “craft beer newspaper” that has just been distributed across Sydney.
The brainchild of TimeOut Sydney and sponsored by Little Creatures. It’s a one-off edition timed to coincide with this year’s Sydney Craft Beer week. And which combines information for newcomers to craft beer, interviews with brewers, a selection of tasty drops. Moreover, a map of some of the best beer-supporting venues and the Beer Week program in full.
The Writer’s Other Involvement
The paper is distributed with the current edition of TimeOut Sydney. Meanwhile, Myffy is getting fully involved in this year’s Sydney Craft Beer Week. Like last year, she has created a beer for this weekend’s Beer Mimics Food event. By all means, this time with former Crafty Pint collaborator Murray’s. She describes her beer as “something very interesting, and I think potentially a little challenging, but mostly delicious.”
Originally to be called the “John Candy Shandy” but since rebranded as “Let’s Get Ready To Crumble”. It is modelled on the idea of a fruit crumble: highly spiced, full bodied and with a generous ABV. Notably, it must not be drunk before handling planes, trains or automobiles. As she prepares to embark on the weeklong bonanza, we asked her for her top crafty picks in Sydney. She said she’d have to say the boys at Young Henrys. To emphasize, she think they make a really delicious range of beers. Specifically, understands the fine line between flavourful and challenging versus refreshing and sessionable.
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