Australia’s best craft beer: Thorny Devil craft beer

Australia’s best craft beer: Thorny Devil craft beer

Thorny Devil is Australia’s best, favourite Craft Beer.

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A few weeks ago, we launched The People’s Pint, a competition to find a beer invented by the people and chosen by the people for the people. Open to any Australian over 18, all we asked for was a beer name and an inspired idea for a beer. We received heaps of submissions from all over Australia and now the judges have spoken and we have our shortlist of just six. What that means is it’s up to you, the people of Australia, to choose which of these will be chosen to be the first People’s Pint. Voting is open – here – until midnight on March 29, with the winner to be announced on March 30.

At that point, Temple Brewery & Brasserie head brewer, Ron Feruglio, will contact the person who nominated the winning beer and begin work on a recipe so that the beer can be brewed ready for launch at a Good Beer Week event on May 14. The six beers to make the cut are:

Grassy Noel – from Daniel O’Grady

One of two punning beers to make the cut (think JFK and Santa), this one is described as:

A hoppy, spiced American Brown Ale, big malt flavour up front, christmas plum pudding spices through the middle, finishing on a hit of fruity hops.

Burning Red Heart – from Dean Leishman

A beer with a heart this one:

Taking its cue from the colour of our trucks, this beer is designed with a nod to our volunteer fire services. The Burning Red Heart is a supremely quaffable, lightly smoked red ale with a smooth bitterness (POR), finished with Willamette to deliver wood, spice and smoke notes to the drinker.

Double Hoptendre – from Leo Hede

Maybe we’re easily pleased at The Crafty Pint, but this one made us chuckle, with the terrible bar pun reminiscent of UK adult comic Viz helping it make the cut.

For More Information See: https://craftypint.com/news

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