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Nail Brewing: Dream and Believe
A couple of weeks ago, Nail Brewing founder John Stallwood signed off an email: “PS Looking forward to beating Brendan in the SRBC.” It was a reference to the Sydney Royal Beer & Cider Show and his plans to topple Feral, with whom he shares a brewery in WA.
Given Feral has a habit of picking up trophies wherever it sends beer, he was certainly setting the bar high. But then again, Nail does have a habit of winning awards itself. What’s more, it has the epic Clout Stout in its armoury, a beer that has won consecutive golds at the Australian International Beer Awards, taken out top prize at the Adelaide awards and was our pick as the best beer released in Australia last year.
There was also noticeable success for a number of contract brewers, companies that don’t own a brewery and instead have their beers brewed under license elsewhere. SA-based Swell collected a Silver and two Bronzes, there were two Bronzes for Hawthorn Brewing Company and a Silver and three Bronzes for Endeavour too. Nail also took home two bronzes for its Nail Stout and one each for Nail Ale and Dunn Brown. But it was Clout, which retails for $70 for a 750ml bottle, that took the competition’s sole gold.
He had never had a complaint from anyone that’s bought the bottle. John had only had complaints [that it’s overpriced] from people that haven’t bought the bottle. It has to be good to sell at that price or it will be bad for the Nail name. So does releasing a beer at that price put pressure on him as a brewer? He said the pressure he felt is before he do the next batch. He have pressure that Clout has to be very good. Sometimes he thought maybe he should break from the series for a while.
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