New South Wales Beers

New South Wales Beers

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New South Wales Beers

If you were to sum up the year in beer for New South Wales in a single word, it might be “more”. More breweries, more brewing companies, more pubs and bars supporting good beer, more media coverage and, of course, more beer. There’s genuinely never been a better time to be a beer lover in this state than right now.

But as much love as you have or however much you give it’s nigh on impossible to try every beer that’s released, meaning any list such as thus should probably come with a rather large asterisk. In saying that, we gave it a damn good go and have come up with the following ten beers, reaching across a range of styles and providing a glimpse into the fun, exciting and downright delicious stuff happening across the New South Wales craft beer world…

 

The Beer List…

Riverside Brewing Company 777

At that time there were no more than a handful of kegs and it wasn’t until this year that the beer got a wider release, so never mind the pedants: the 777 is in.

 

The Little Brewing Company Breaking The Cardinal Rule

If you’re looking for a locally-brewed Belgian style beer, the Little Brewing Company do it as well as anyone; their Mad Abbot Dubbel, Tripel and, at this time of year, Quad are always worth seeking out when you’re in need of something to sip and savour.

 

Stone & Wood Cloud Catcher

Released to celebrate the opening of their new Murwillumbah brewery then re-released a few months later, the beer, like Pacific Ale, bursts with fruitiness though the malt is more pronounced and at 5.5 percent ABV was practically imperial for a Stone & Wood beer.

 

Modus Operandi Former Tenant

Collecting the inaugural Craft Beer Industry Association trophy for Champion Small Craft Brewery, there’s surely been no success story incomparable to that of Modus Operandi.

 

Mash Collective Heartbreaker

Heartbreaker was the fourth beer from the Mash Collective, an occasional offshoot of Stone & Wood which brings people together from a variety of walks of life to create and brew a one-off beer.

 

HopDog BeerWorks Holy Snappin’ Turtles

This barrel-aged wild ale is one of those beers for which there’s no middle ground. Love it. Hate it. And haters will find a lot to hate: full of Brettanomyces, incredibly sour, tannic, very strong.

 

Nomad Brewing Long Trip Saison

It was formed through a partnership between Leonardo di Vicenzo of Italy’s famed Birra del Borgo and Aussie couple Kerrie and Johnny Latta who bring some of the world’s big-name beers to Australia through their experience.

 

Doctor’s Orders Brewing Vaccine Elixir

Unique ingredient. Style-bending. Barrel-aged. Rare. The Vaccine Elixir checks most every box in the beer geek’s guidebook. Of course, it helps that it also happened to be a very good beer.

 

Shenanigans Brewing Company Winston & Red Sky

It was too tough to decide which of Winston or Red Sky to include on this list so, to ease a troubled mind, both make the cut. Winston – quite possibly the only beer in Australia named after a guinea pig – is a sort-of-American pale ale while Red Sky is a jasmine and hibiscus infused IPA.

 

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