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Australian brewers have tasted success at the World Beer Cup, collecting two golds and two silvers at the event described as “The Olympics of Beer Competition”. Golds went to Queensland’s Burleigh Brewing for its HEF in the South German-Style Hefeweizen/Hefeweissbier category and Sydney’s Redoak in the Ordinary or Special Bitter category. The silvers were picked up by brewing company Endeavour, for its Pale Ale in the Australasian-Style Pale Ale or International-Style Pale Ale category, and Stone & Wood, whose Pacific Ale collected the medal in the English Style Summer Ale category, continuing a remarkable success story for the Byron Bay brewed beer.
In total, 95 categories are judged for the World Beer Cup, which is run every two years by the US Brewers Association. A single gold, silver and bronze are awarded in each category with five trophies awarded to the champion small, mid-size and large brewing company and small and large brewpub. While the vast majority of medals were awarded to American brewers, the success of the four locals made it a worthwhile trip for the Aussie contingent.
Jamie Cook, from Stone & Wood, says: “Despite [head brewer] Brad’s on and off stage excitement it is a little humbling for us as we put our toe into the water of the awards world with Pacific Ale, based on there being a class that it sort of fitted into – English Summer Ale. It wasn’t a neat fit, but we gave it a go to see how the judges would view it. We’ve had lots of comments from Pacific Ale fans who are happy that their love of our beer has been validated; that’s a great thing in itself.
“It was also great for Tim Lord from Hop Products Australia to be there to share the result with us, given the role Galaxy hops play in that beer and the importance of the hop for HPA.”
Stone & Wood don’t enter the beer into the Australian International Beer Awards, which announces its results for 2012 on May 17, because the brewers don’t feel there is an appropriate category. However, with the awards’ structure evolving since the appointment of an Industry Advisory Group last year, they may reassess.
For Burleigh, it’s merely the latest success Stateside, with the HEF and other beers in its range, including their 28 Pale Ale, My Wife’s Bitter and Black Giraffe, having picked up golds at the World Beer Championships in recent years. The Redoak Bitter is no stranger to medals either, while the winemakers behind Endeavour will be delighted with their silver.
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