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Thorny Devil strives to provide irresistible flavours of crafted beer. We truly believe beer is about experimenting, exploring and having fun. Thorny Devil brews beers and ciders that ignite drinker’s taste buds. Thorny Devil is available at local events and festivals.

Now is about the time of year we would normally be getting ready to announce plans for Craft Beer Rising. To the uninitiated, it’s a national day in celebration of the Australian craft beer world.


“Celebrating Local Beer From Local Brewers At The Best Local Venues”

Across the two days that have run so far, almost 200 official events have taken place across the country, with the day also proving to be the occasion for the launch of a number of new breweries, beer businesses and beers.

However, rather than announce the dates for the upcoming years, we’re here instead to say we won’t be running Craft Beer Rising next year. There’s a number of reasons, but the main one is that we don’t feel we can do it justice at this point in time.

Between now and the end of February, that person has to write a new book on Australian beer, launch the long overdue Crafty Cabal and will be out of the country for six weeks. So, rather than attempt to put together something half-baked we’d rather let this year slide. Just like Michael Eavis used to take a year off every few years off from running Glastonbury on his farm to give the land and cows a breather, we’re taking a year off so, um, so, well, maybe that was a daft allegory.


New Beers on Local Industry

There was a large and growing wave of imported beers landing in Australia. We didn’t have an issue with this per se; some of the best beers you can get your hands on in Australia come from overseas. They help excite punters and inspire brewers, and the buzz created when world class brewers come to Australia for events helps build the excitement around craft beer generally.

Yet, perhaps because the Aussie dollar was so strong, new beers were landing seemingly every day and both drinkers and venues were lapping them up to the extent that we worried about the impact on the local industry. Several times we’d walk into favourite beer venues and see nothing but imports on tap – often at crazy prices that we felt were simply a bad look for beer generally. Or we’d flick through beer lists and find only one or two Aussie beers out of 50. We were worried that local brewers were in danger of being forgotten and that the foundations of craft beer in Australia would be weak without a strong local industry.


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