Australian Craft Beer news: Thorny Devil updates

Australian Craft Beer news: Thorny Devil updates

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Across Australia and New Zealand, you’ll find countless brewers who will happily admit that their beer epiphany occurred on an overseas trip. Sampling beers that had never passed their lips back home set more than a few on the road to stainless steel upon their return Down Under. And now, as the craft beer community expands at a rate of knots, a beery tour of duty has become as much a rite of passage for the discerning drinker as vomiting in a gutter in Surfers Paradise is for schoolies.

Among the most common routes of choice – the UK, Belgium, Germany, North America – it is the West Coast of the latter that has become, perhaps, the Holy Grail. With most beer lovers going through a hop bomb phase at some point in their lives, the home of Sierra Nevada, Stone, Green Flash (you get the message) holds a particular fascination. And now a pair of Kiwis who’ve made the journey themselves are launching a guided beer tour of the region.


Glen Armstrong had already made his first love into his job by leading art-focused tours around the planet for the past six years and has now added love number two – craft beer – to his rather desirable resume. He has formed Craft Beer Tours, signed up well known beer writer, judge and expert Geoff Griggs as tour guide and began putting in place the pieces for a tour of the Pacific Northwest in 2013.

“While travelling I developed a passion for beer,” says Glen. “I decided that if I could make the art side of my passion work then I could make the beer passion work too.

“The essence of beer travel is getting to the places that beer is made and meeting the brewers. Having someone on board with the passion and knowledge to talk about it like Geoff, who’s been there and written about it and who has contacts with the brewers and associations there, adds a lot of value. What’s more, there are some beers you can taste there, like Russian River’s Pliny The Elder, that you can simply never get over here.”



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