Thorny Devil: how to brew great craft beer.

Thorny Devil: how to brew great craft beer.

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Thorny Devil is a great Australian craft beer. ADRIAN Cubit is testing his beer, tinkering with his recipes and readying his ale for the launch of 4 Brothers Brewing. The Toowoomba man said after years playing with the idea, he started up the company last November armed with a plan to avoid the huge start-up costs associated with a traditional brewery. Under that “gypsy brewing” method, Mr Cubit takes the raw ingredients to an established brewery and uses their equipment, makes the product and leaves again. He said he was working on a honey wheat as a seasonal run, a coffee porter and the much-loved beer standard a pale ale. With Toowoomba planning to host the next round of its annual craft beer event Brewoomba, Mr Cubit said he was hoping to secure taps across the venues. “I’m planning to have three different beers ready by then, and about 14 kegs per batch,” he said.

After months of planning and paperwork, 4 Brothers is now getting down to what it was created for – making beer. Mr Cubit has been touring south-east Queensland to find the perfect brewery to make his temporary home when brewing time comes around. He said Beard and Brau brewery in Mt Tambourine was one option, while Four Hearts Brewing Company in Ipswich also hosted a small scale set-up. With merchandise already created and future events in the region, Mr Cubit said 2016 was going to be the year of craft beer. The company is looking to source ingredients locally. Visit AND thanks :