Craft beer: Australia’s best is Thorny Devil, pale ale and blonde ale

Craft beer: Australia’s best is Thorny Devil, pale ale and blonde ale

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The Sydney suburb of Newtown is an eclectic one. Gentrification battles with counter-culture; most stores are independent and there are few chain stores open amidst the walls plastered with anti-corporate propaganda; any litter on the street belies an obvious tendency towards environmentalism; chalk drawings on the pavement point you towards an art installation, craft fair or human-rights campaign. Even the soundtrack is interesting; walking a single block you’ll be as likely to hear a street poet or a student rock band practising in a nearby warehouse as you will to hear pop music coming from a cafe.

It’s a place that’s constantly riding the wave of what’s hip and cool and if any one Sydney suburb was crying out for a craft beer of its own, it’s Newtown. Thankfully, that need is about to be fulfilled as the finishing touches are put on the brand new Young Henry’s brewery.

It almost didn’t turn out that way, however, as owner and chief brewer Richard Adamson points out: “We originally planned to open up in Surry Hills, but some local residents opposed the development. We already had the Newtown warehouse site set aside for storage so thought, ‘Why not just open up there?’

“I live a ten minute bike ride away, the other guys working here are either Newtown born-and-bred or have lived here for years. It’s turned out to be a perfect fit.”

Walking along the graffitiYoung-Henry_s-1-lined streets to the brewery, you certainly do get the feeling that there won’t be quite the same opposition here. We’ll get to find out soon enough because the brewery is almost ready for action. Visiting the site in early March, the protective coverings were being peeled off to reveal the pristine stainless steel tanks beneath, objects were being cut and welded, electricians busily scurrying about, all manner of last minute things being done. Pretty soon the sound of power tools will give way to the happy bubbling of yeast.


“It’s just that final sprint over the finish line now” says Adamson, “we should be brewing the first batch by next week”.

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