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Mash Brewing’s Sweet Success
Events at the Australian International Beer Awards Gala Dinner last year must have felt like validation for two Australian breweries in particular. WA’s Mash Brewing took out the Champion Australian Beer title for its Copy Cat American IPA and 3 Ravens. The Melbourne brewery that looked like going out of business little more than a year earlier. This is before being saved by Mash’s owner, took out Best British Ale and the Champion Small Australian Brewery title.
Shortly afterwards Adrian was to move on: to Moon Dog. It is here where his creations have included the likes of Bad Boy Bubbly barley champagne. A mini-merry-go-round of brewers ensued at the Thornbury brewery he left behind with former Boneyard brewer Brendan O’Sullivan at the helm when the music stopped, which was kind of appropriate as he’d started his brewing career under Mash’s head brewer Charlie Hodgson when the pair were at Gage Roads. He’s since been joined by former Matilda Bay brewer Tim Miller as head brewer and by a new assistant brewer, Murray Robinson. Whom Melbourne beer folk will know from his time hosting events at various venues around town.
After the Awards
One thing to note is that the Berliner Weisse releases bear the Mash Brewing title.Provided that it felt they were a better fit for the WA brand, which already has its “Illustrated Ales” range.
There was a spike after the Awards. It’s always nice to get emails coming in and have more pull than push and that’s continued throughout the year. Charlie has continued to take out awards and Copy Cat has taken on a life of its own. Charlie has continued kicking goals in WA. The younger brewer with whom he shared home brews in their Gage Roads days has been reworking the 3 Ravens range. Likewise, his predecessor is bowing out with several gongs and medals under his arm.
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