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Beer knowledge hasn’t always expanded as fast as the craft beer industry. And, while the world would be a terribly dull place if everyone was an uber-keen beer geek eager to analyse every nuance in their beer and discuss it with anyone within earshot*, it’s never good to enquire about a beer in a bar with a good list only to be met with something along the lines of:
“Um… It’s an ale and it’s nice.”
Especially if the beer in question isn’t an ale.
Thankfully, such occurrences are increasingly rare as good craft beer bars – and breweries – take steps to ensure staff understand beer and are able to talk about what they’re serving with a reasonable degree of confidence. Now, with the launch of a new project from a man who’s never short of a new project or three, staff at some of the country’s top beer bars are going to be able to talk about at least one beer with immense confidence. Why? Because they’ll have designed it and brewed it.
Ben Kraus from Bridge Road (above right at Rostrevor Hop Farm) today announced the Bridge Road Brewers Bar Series, the latest twist on the collaboration brew project. It will see him team up with staff at beer bars from across the country to create new beers that they will travel to Beechworth to brew and then sell across their bar. First up to the oche will be Beer DeLuxe, who are currently tweaking a recipe for a red rye saison with Ben.
“I came up with the idea a few months ago and was really keen to go ahead with it as it has loads of benefits,” he says. “It means I’ll get a lot of new ideas from bars, where people are exposed to heaps of new beers and also know what their customers want. The staff also become familiar with the brewing process and become excited about selling the beer that they themselves made.”
Some of the beer will also be sold through other beer bars, which Ben believes will help foster a sense of togetherness between venues as they, indirectly at least, promote each other when selling the different beers. So far he has had commitments from a veritable who’s who of Australian beer bars:
- Beer DeLuxe
- New Sydney Hotel
- The Wheaty
- Junction Beer Hall
- Josie Bones
- The Albion Hotel
- The Local Taphouse Darlo
- The Local Taphouse St Kilda
- Archive, Brisbane
- Scratch Bar, Brisbane
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