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Kooinda has come a long way since its early days. They were days when the story of a bunch of mates who had spent years slowly building a tiny microbrewery in a Rosanna backyard. Home brewers and otherwise, captured as much as any the “have a go” spirit of the contemporary craft beer world. There were the tanks cooled with water pumped from a backyard swimming pool, the storage in a basement pool room, the midweek, after work beer deliveries.
In the years after they launched their ballsy American Pale Ale into an appreciative local market. The brewery quickly outgrew that backyard shed and moved to an industrial unit. It is located nearby Heidelberg West while demand for the beers steadily moved beyond Melbourne across state borders. Surprisingly, even into parts of South East Asia and Europe. The group of five was dwindling at the same time as the business was growing. One at a time, most of the mates moved onto other projects. Today, just one, Mick Opie, remains as lead brewer under new owners who’d been involved in the business. A couple of years before taking in control and who are set on breathing new life into the popular brewery.
“People Happy Drinking Beers”
“[Kooinda] is never going to be a Moon Dog or look to push the boundaries to ridiculous extremes but we want to make beer that takes people to a happy place [the translation of Kooinda]. We want people to be happy drinking our beers and confident it’s going to be consistent.”
There has been little time wasted in introducing changes. The original beer has been reinvented as a leaner and paler beast by replacing 130kg of specialty malt with Golden Promise and Maris Otter from the UK while the amount of dry-hopping has been increased in an attempt to boost the aromatics. They’ve been experimenting with the Golden Ale too, dry-hopping it for the first time and adding wheat to alter the body.
Along with the Black IPA, these beers will now form a pared-down core range of three to be embellished by an as-yet-unconfirmed selection of seasonals (including the existing English Red and Milk Porter) and specials as well as one-off kegs for the Brewery Bar. The plan is to launch all new beers at the Brewery Bar and place a strong focus on becoming the beer for the local community.
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