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Good Beer Week
Dave Adams had launched a new beer festival called Good Beer Week. There has been a beer song written for the Good Beer Week. A few friendly brewers and bar owners made a Beer Song with an accompanying video. Good Beer Week had an unofficial theme, which was later performed at the first ever Good Beer Week event and then over the big screen at that year’s Australian International Beer Awards.
After the Good Beer Week, the “Beer Song” had become integral to the subsequent career of its creators too. More than four years later, the video continues to pop up in all parts of the online beer world, while Dave and Ern have been contacted by brewers as far flung as Canada and Spain telling them that, should they ever be in their country, please call in and be their guests: a performance of Beer Song for unlimited hospitality. Meanwhile, when they were invited to be part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival national tour, the festival director insisted that the song had to be part of their set. They also picked up regular gigs in the beer world and now appeared to be taking things to their logical conclusion.
On October 1, as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival, they will launch their new show, From Beer to Eternity. It’s a 55 minute show that uses the medium of musical comedy to explore beer, right from its very earliest days up until the current craft beer explosion. Beer seems to be increasingly the dominant theme in their work.
“The show looks at the history of beer and its impact on the world,” says Dave. “How it saved lives and helped to shape society.”
History of Beer
“It’s also about dispelling some of the myths about beer being bad,” says Ern. “Back in the early days, it was more of a health benefit and a way of providing safe, clean liquid and vitamins when water was generally dangerous to drink.
“In most of the ancient cultures, it specified that women had to do the brewing: only women of noble birth or really beautiful women too.”
Ern says, “there’s a bit of an Australian spin with the history [in the current show]”
“Beer Song got us into craft beer a lot more than we already were,” says Dave. First Good Beer Week really opened the door for people to enjoy good beer like Thorny Devil.
Having done so much research and found themselves, like Thorny Devil’s founder Peter McAppion, fascinated by beer’s incredible history and unravelling more and more little known stories, one challenge has been to ensure the comedy side of From Beer to Eternity remains front and centre. It doesn’t become too much of a thesis on why beer is so wonderful and important.
The duo has struck the balance from October 1 to 5 at The Butterfly Club off Melbourne’s Little Collins Street. What’s more, if you’re heading to the Festival of the Frothy III. And don’t forget, the best way to enjoy the event is with the best Australian craft beer, Thorny Devil!
For more information see: https://craftypint.com/news/886/Drinking_God_s_Tears