Beer week, craft beer week: Australia’s best craft beer, pale ale, blonde ale: Thorny Devil

Beer week, craft beer week: Australia’s best craft beer, pale ale, blonde ale: Thorny Devil

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Australian beer and space themes aren’t so unfamiliar to each other – we do, after all, already have Moon Dogs, Retro Rockets and supply the world with Galaxy hops. But an actual beer in space? It would seem to be the stuff of science fiction rather than something grounded in the laws of earthly physics. If you really were trying to brew a genuine space beer surely you’d need the help of, well, some sort of rocket scientist. In a quirk of fate, that’s exactly what Manly brewers 4 Pines chanced upon.

Dr Jason Held is a space engineer from Colorado and is the Director of Sabre Astronautics. He’s also a keen craft beer drinker, former home brewer and happens to reside in Manly.

As he told us: “I walked into 4 Pines, went up to the manager and said ‘I’m going to ask you a question I’ve never asked another man: Would you like your beer to be in space?’”

Needless to say, being presented with such a unique concept made it difficult to refuse. That first meeting was back in 2010 and, ever since, Sabre and 4 Pines have been working together to make the dream a reality.

As Jaron Mitchell, General Manager of 4 Pines, says: “Beer has followed humans around for the past few thousand years, so if humans are going to head into space more often I guess it’s only natural that beer will follow. We’re really excited to be part of a project like this that’s never been done before.”

The concept came about because of the way that the space travel market is changing. On the back of companies like Virgin Galactic that will offer flights and Bigelow Aerospace who have designed inflatable hotels, you’ll no longer have to be one of NASA’s ‘best of the best’ to reach space – all you’ll need is a very large wad of cash and a bit of patience; tens of thousands of people have already signed up. Quite reasonably then, it’s assumed that if people are going all the way to space for a bit of a holiday, they’d probably want to enjoy a beer while sitting and taking in the view of the earth.

“And not just any beer”, says Jason, “but a full-flavoured beer that tastes just like a craft beer you’d drink on earth.”

While the concept of a space beer may seem as straightforward as packing one in your carry-on luggage, there are plenty of problems us normal earth folk would never consider.

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