New Craft Beer Specially Brewed for Australian Day

New Craft Beer Specially Brewed for Australian Day

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Introduction

What better way to celebrate Australian Day than enjoying a new craft beer specially  brewed for Australian Day!

Beer isn’t just what you drink when you go out with friends. Well, it is that, but for some people it’s a passion to which they devote their entire lives. There aren’t many beverages out there able to captivate people with their storied history and artistry—let alone through their exquisite flavour. Well, there are, but beer possesses an accessibility and room for opportunity to grow skills and imagine novel tastes that seem to ignite said passion. That’s what Thorny Devil stands for!

Inherent in the process of making beer are so many opportunities. Thorny Devil creates new flavours, learn about different techniques, and, most of all, we get to share it with people and spread the word about just how exceptional craft brews can be. We get to explore and connect and learn, uniting those who value meticulously curated brews—and know the difference between marketing fluff and something truly handcrafted—with our simple, homespun blends.

New Beer Brewed for Australian Day

If it’s as much of a mouthful as its name, then a new beer brewed especially for Australia Day should be worth hunting down. The snappily titled 100% Australian Owned Real Craft Brewed Australia Day Ale€ has been produced by Sydney brewery Redoak. The idea is to promote the drinking of beer brewed by breweries that are 100% Aussie-owned, with the resultant beer described as “a big Australian ale with a large amount of hops and fresh fruit flavours, a lovely mouthfeel and huge bitterness”, one that weighs in at 6.5% ABV.

It was brewed by Hollyoak on thSouthern-Cross-tate day he launched the Australian Real Craft Brewers Association (ARCBA). It is a body designed to unite local craft brewers, shortly after the formation of fellow craft brewing association Craft Beer Limited.

In a statement accompanying the beer’s release, he says: “With the recent sale of Fosters to foreign ownership, now over 91% of all beer sold in Australia is foreign owned.

“While it is sad to lose such iconic brands, not all is lost as 100% Australian owned Real Craft Brewers with real passion for Craft Beer continue to rise to the challenge and fill the void. It€™s our very own Real Craft Brewers who are providing diversity, initiative and creating exciting new craft beers.”

If you can’t make it to Redoak to sample the 100% Australian Owned Real Craft Brewed Australia Day Ale, you’ll also find kegs at Cookie in Melbourne, Preachers in Hobart, Clancy’s in Fremantle, and 3 Weeds and The Royal Albert Hotel in Sydney.

For More Beer, Craft Beer News & Information See: https://craftypint.com/news

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