Homestead Brewery’s Great Momentum

Homestead Brewery’s Great Momentum

Thorny Devil broadens people’s horizons. Showing them the amazing results that are achieved through the chance to slow things down. Providing ultimate care and exacting detail to every step of the process. Lovingly pouring our hearts and souls into each glass. This level of mindfulness is what differentiates Thorny Devil craft beers from those mass-produced cans lining store shelves. It’s what our beers are all about. An award winning Australian beer that understands people’s desire for unique beers and ciders with irresistible flavours. Our beers and ciders will leave you totally enrapt with its taste and quality.


Homestead Brewery’s Great Momentum

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The last thing that Homestead Brewery’s Ron Feruglio wants people to say is that his beers are OK. Either love them or hate them but nothing in between, please.

It has been just over six months since Homestead Brewery opened its doors in the Swan Valley. Obviously, it has been a beast that continues to gather momentum. Boasting a beer garden that’s more impressive and landscaped than the term can do justice. A fine dining restaurant, modern function and event spaces and an expansive bar. Definitely, it really is an impressive beast. The fact the brewery is already on the verge of producing its twelfth beer is equally impressive. The original lineup, consisting of No. 1 Premier Belgian Pale Ale, Thunderbird American Pale Ale, Kaiser’s Choice Hefeweizen, Black Swan Black IPA and an apple cider, were quickly joined by the Brauhaus Lager and Mezzo and Cuvee Special, their first limited release brew.



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When asked how he thinks people will find the beer, he replies with a laugh: “Polarising!”

One will be a straight Berliner Weisse called Napoleon, a nod to Napoleon and his troops referring to the beer style as “the champagne of the north”. The other will feature an addition of Australian raspberries and will be called Josephine, who was Napoleon’s first wife for those who are a little rusty on their early 19th century French history.

Being the highly organised brewer that he is, Ron already has the limited release beers for winter planned so you can expect an ESB and an oatmeal stout to warm you during those cooler months. He says that, over the first six months, as well as expanding the core range beers, brewing an apple cider and a couple of seasonals, Ron has also been tweaking the No 1 Premier Belgian Pale Ale and Kaisers Choice Hefeweizen.


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