Good beer week; great Australian craft beers

Good beer week; great Australian craft beers

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The New South Wales craft beer scene has been bubbling away furiously in recent times and it’s finally spilling over into neighbouring Victoria for Good Beer Week 2013. It means that, this week, Melbourne is experiencing its biggest invasion of NSW craft beer since, well… possibly ever.


Not wanting to turn up to a party empty-handed, brewers from across the state – from Nowra to Byron, Sydney to Wagga – have been brewing up a storm: a mixture of old favourites, rising stars and brand spanking new brews. Many brewers are making the trip south to partake in the revelry, appearing at events right across the week; hosting, presenting, brewing, chewing, PoOing and closing out GBW with a grandstand rock and roll finish.


The permanent home for a NSW beer fix is the Rainbow Hotel, which is the official NSW Pint of Origin venue. It’s pouring beers that seldom – if ever – appear in Victoria so get in while the getting’s good. Brewers will be popping in and out all week, particularly for the degustation tonight (May 21) and an informal Meet the Brewer session from 6pm on Wednesday. Social media will keep you up to date with the rest of the comings and goings – including what beers have been tapped and where – but the following is a general guide as to where some of the state’s finest will be appearing…


Coming all the way from Parramatta is ‘Dangerous’ Dave Padden of Riverside Brewery. He’s got the weighty task of representing Sydney in the NSW/VIC brewing smackdown, having brewed the BondIPA with TimeOut Sydney to compete with the Melbourne version brewed by Cavalier. Both those beers will be on at The Terminus all week where your votes decide the winner. Then there’s the intriguing prospect of the super secret beer brewed with the hosts of the Hair of the Dog Breakfast, for which we’ve been able to squeeze absolutely zero details – lucky tickets holders to the long-sold-out event will get the first taste of that one. Two of Riverside’s other heavy hitters – the 44 Amber Ale and 77 IPA – will be featuring at the NSW PoO.


Tim Thomas from HopDog BeerWorks will be set loose around town, at the Brewers & Chewers event pouring his new Massive Otter ESB and at The Spotted Mallard to launch the collaboration with Black Dog Brewing. That one’s called Red Menace and is a barrel fermented Imperial brown sugar red ale. Obviously.




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