Sydney’s Sydney Brewery

Sydney’s Sydney Brewery

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Sydney Royal Beer & Cider Show

The Sydney Royal Beer & Cider Show has forged a reputation as a tough competition with judges seemingly reluctant to part with their stash of gold medals. That makes the competition something of a high point. For the show, 14 golds were awarded, ten of them going to New South Wales brewers. The beer or cider must gain a score of 90 or more on a 100 point scale. This should be specific to the style category in which it is entered to be awarded a gold medal. It must, in other words, be technically and generally awesome.

Other NSW brewers celebrating the results included Murray’s, who grabbed six medals of various colour, bookended by golds for the Moon Boy Golden Ale and Wild Thing Imperial Stout.


The Competition


This year, 11 of the golds were awarded to draught beer with the remaining three being packaged in bottles. We asked Neal Cameron, the show’s Chair of Judges and head brewer at The Australian Brewery,  whether there was any significance in draught accounting for such a large percentage. He simply replied: “None at all…” before elaborating further.

He said that last year they had only one gold in the draught section. This thus went straight through to be champion, whereas we had six beers in the taste-off for the bottled champion. That was very different to this year. They still, however, had three beers with gold in bottles to decide on the championship and, again, they were very different beers. It was an extraordinary range of styles and all brilliant.

With more entries than ever, apparently of a higher calibre, we asked Neal where the Sydney Royal Beer & Cider Show fits within the major beer competitions held in Australia.


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