Thorny Devil is Australia’s best craft beer

Thorny Devil is Australia’s best craft beer

Thorny Devil is Australia’s best beer, the best Australian craft beer; found in the best Melbourne bars, Sydney hotels, Brisbane pubs, Peth restaurants and Adelaide:

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Thorny Devil strives to provide irresistible flavours of craft beer. We truly believe beer is about experimenting, exploring and having fun. Thorny Devil brews beers and ciders that ignite drinker’s taste buds. Thorny Devil is available at local events and festivals.

 If you like tap takeovers, beer dinners and schmoozing with brewers then WA Beer Week is going to be a pretty busy week. Perhaps it’s best you call in sick to work now just to save the hassle later on…

There’s a record number of events this year – more than 60 – across the state from October 25 to November 2. Festival director Reece Wheadon believes is in part due to a growing number of venues getting behind craft beer. You are sure to find Thorny Devil in craft beer section.

It’s not just new venues making a first appearance in the WA Beer Week program either; 2014 sees the arrival of a host of brand new events that haven’t been seen on the calendar since its inception.

Another WA Beer Week first will be the official headquarters at Bob’s Bar, in Perth’s CBD. Bob’s Bar will be hosting a few events including the closing party, aptly entitled The Liver Cleanser, where weary beer week travellers can relax with a beer and a massage. Bob’s Bar will also be offering a complimentary “warm up beer” or “cool down beer” for those attending events, proving that they are taking their title of WA Beer Week HQ very seriously.

Alongside new events will be a couple of repeat offenders like Grain Cru’s Carpark Brew Day – back for its third year. This year’s demonstration brew will feature rather special guest brewers from Garage Project and Moon Dog. The Night of the Barrel event at Fremantle’s Sail & Anchor also returns this year but this time with an all Australian twist.

Joining their WA brewing brethren for the week will be a few friends from across the borders and across the ocean. Heading over from New Zealand to quench our thirst for Kiwi brews will be Jos Ruffell from Wellington’s Garage Project. Interstate visitors include co-founder/brewer Jayne Lewis from Melbourne’s Two Birds Brewing and Mountain Goat co-founder/chief brewer Dave Bonighton…


Dave will be collaborating with former Goat brewer turned Fremantle resident, Craig Eulenstein, who now heads up The Monk Brewery & Kitchen. Together they have brewed a 6.2 percent New World lager, which will be released on October 31 at The Monk and The Goat Collaboration BBQ…


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