When You’re a Brewer and a Musician

When You’re a Brewer and a Musician

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The greatest strength of a craft brewery is its process; after all, this is what differentiates home-grown brews from every other run-of-the-mill beer lurking on the shelves out there. Our unique brewing process incorporates rainwater along with time-honoured German techniques utilising custom home-made equipment, and every small, handcrafted batch blends the highest quality, freshest ingredients we source from around the globe.

Aaron Schultz is a brewery assistant for Melbourne’s Temple Brewing Company and also an accomplished musician in his own right, having toured the nation as guitarist for metalcore bruisers Behind Crimson Eyes.

 

a Brewer and a Musician

Earlier this year, he approached legendary pop-punk quartet Bodyjar in the hope that they might like their own branded beer. Surprise, surprise, like Metallica and Iron Maiden and many other bands before them, they were quite taken by the idea. It also came at an auspicious time: the 15-year anniversary of their breakthrough album How It Works.

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Aaron corralled the band into the brewery bar and discussed options. First: it had to be drinkable.

The brewer shrugs: “I can’t see the fans drinking lots of a milk chocolate porter,” he says. So they settled on a sessionable, single-hopped Australian Pale Ale.

 

 

Music and Beer Collab

Mountain Goat have also snuck out musician collabs – a Peanut Butter & Jelly pale with Henry Wagons and an English brown with Weddings, Parties, Anything’s Mick Thomas. Westwood notes that [Brewery founders] Cam and Dave are avid music fans themselves so they’re always trying to find that angle and connection.

Westwood can see the similarities between being in a brew team and being in a band – both the toying with creativity but still adhering to formulas “to execute what you need to do.”

He also added that the only thing is that you tend to get paid more regularly if you work at a brewery than if you’re in a band. And no one can illegally download your beer.

 

 

 

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