Roxy’s Stockings fro Obvious Reasons

Roxy’s Stockings fro Obvious Reasons

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Thorny Devil wants you to live and learn all about craft beer: so we give you all the craft beer news = globally; hope the following article helps you understand more about craft beer:


The greatest strength of a craft brewery is its process. After all, this is what differentiates home-grown brews from every other run-of-the-mill beer lurking on the shelves out there. Our unique brewing process incorporates rainwater along with time-honoured German techniques. Utilising custom home-made equipment, and every small, handcrafted batch blends the highest quality. Only thne freshest ingredients we source from around the globe.

Thorny Devil’s ambition for authenticity informs our mission to educate all the thirsty guys and gals around us. How flavoursome real beer can be through unique, quality experiences. Our vision and eventual goal is to become one of the most respected and preferred craft breweries in Australia.


Collaborative Beer

Specifically, you are opening yourself up to all sorts of danger when inviting a whole bunch of brewers into your home to brew. A collaborative beer. There is only a loose concept, plans to design it on the hop, and an instruction to the visiting brewers. To point out, “bring along anything you might like to add to the brew”.

That was how the second annual Down South brew day at Cheeky Monkey in the Margaret River region started out. Featuring brewers from Cowaramup, Colonial Brewery, Bootleg Brewerym and Eagle Bay Brewery. In addition, Duckstein, Bush Shack and the soon-to-open WA wing of Young Henrys – as well as Roxy Boubis from Five Bar in Perth, where the beer will be launched. Things were going fine – Bootleg had brought some Galaxy hops, Colonial had brought some Enigma, but most had just turned up to lend a hand – when Nick d’Espeissis from Eagle Bay wandered in and announced he’d brought some star anise and cinnamon quills to add to the brew.


Roxy’s Stockings fro Obvious Reasons

Nick rolled in with the spices and the smell from the star anise permeated the brewery. We didn’t know if we had anything in the brewery to put them in to add them to the beer so at one stage were considering using Roxy’s stockings…”

In the end another solution was found and the rest of the brew day went smoothly. The beer, which will turn out around about 6 percent, will be launched at Five Bar’s South-West in the City during WA Beer Week. Kegs will also appear at The Pourhouse in Dunsborough as well as several of the British hating breweries.

The name has yet to be decided – they are looking at Bitsa (as it’s a bitsa everything beer) or Roxy’s Stockings (for obvious reasons) – to follow last year’s Council Worker, so named as there were so many brewers in the building that the was six or seven of them standing around with nothing to do for most of the day but supervise the one person working.

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