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Although we strive to bring the world a little closer together with our inclusion of quality global ingredients, we can’t tell a lie. Mandurah isn’t just where our brewery is; it’s where our hearts are, too. This is why we make the conscious choice to support our region through the use of locally-sourced ingredients. Thorny Devil’s ambition for authenticity informs our mission to educate all the thirsty guys and gals around us. About 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.
Sydney Craft Beer Week
It says something of the growth of the Sydney beer scene. Breweries leading the charge in this year’s Sydney Craft Beer Week didn’t exist when the festival ran for the first time. The same goes for many of the participating venues. Small beer-friendly bars have blossomed in the city’s vacant basements like some beautiful mould. Additionally, old boozers have shed some shadowy pasts by stepping towards the light shone by better beer.
The Sydney Craft Beer Week festival program was released this week and it reflects this markedly changed scene, with the full schedule promising more brewers, more venues and a greater variety of events than seen in previous years. The week (and a bit) long festival has undoubtedly become the city’s busiest week of beer events and helps underline why there is such enthusiasm and interest again in locally brewed beer.
Sydney Craft Beer Week in a nutshell: What should we expect?
Expect craft beer. No, seriously. They have more brewers and more venues involved than ever before. The quality of events is also the highest they have ever had. So if you’re wondering exactly what to expect, in a nutshell, you’re going to get lots of really, really excellent beer wrapped up in some seriously fun and engaging events.
The’yre bringing back the Hair of The Dog Breakfast this year as to event to look foreard event. A six course breakfast with eight beers matched. Traditionally, this event was held after the AIBAs in Melbourne. SCBW founder and Beer Man Todd Venning invented the event and moved it up to Sydney, but it hasn’t run in a few years. This year it is being held after the Craft Brewers Industry Association Awards.
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