Homestead Brewery Program

Homestead Brewery Program

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“Small batch” is one of those buzzphrases you hear a lot these days. You see it around so frequently. In fact, its meaning seems to have all but disappeared behind the shadow of marketing campaigns. Also with large-scale operations that seem to defy “small batch” at its heart. Thorny Devil reclaims the notion that craft beers really benefit from being handcrafted, local, and—who’d have guessed?—small. In the first place, this is when everything seems mass-marketed and impersonal.

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Homestead Brewery Program

Homestead Brewery Program

One of Australia’s most highly regarded brewers is set to return to the beer scene after a hiatus. Hence, spent scouring the country for a new adventure. He is doing so at the helm of a brand new brewery that means serious business. And by serious business, to import a brewery from the world’s oldest established brewery manufacturer. Germany’s Kaspar Schulz, and planning to fully utilise barrels from the winery with which it shares a home for various ageing and sour beer programs. The owners becoming the first in Australia, possibly even the Southern Hemisphere.

The brewery is called Homestead. It will pour the first beers at its 2,500 capacity Swan Valley home later this month. The brewer is Ron Feruglio, who first made his name creating beers under the Temple banner as a “gypsy brewer” on other people’s breweries around Victoria before helping to establish Temple’s own home in Brunswick East. Following a change of ownership last year, Ron left Temple before being lured out west by the grand vision of property developer Allan Erceg, who arrived in Australia from Croatia with his family in the 1950s and is establishing a multi-million dollar tourist attraction at Mandoon.

 

From Coast to Coast

As for how he ended up swapping coasts, Ron said they heard he was looking for a project so they got in touch. He came over and spent the whole day chatting about it and looking at the place being constructed. It was very much a case of a meeting of the minds. There’s a really nice cross-pollenation [between the different elements of the business] to make it the best place they can.

From a beer point of view, that extends to sharing the love between the winery, Mandoon Estate, and the brewery.

He added that there’s a great synergy between the two. The winemaker [Ryan Sudano] only uses barrels once so he have an endless supply of wine barrels. They already have a barrel ageing and sours program in place. They’re going to build him his own cellar so he can keep the sours away from everybody.

 

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