Craft beer week, beer events, beer festivals, beer pubs: Thorny Devil is Australia’s best craft beer

Craft beer week, beer events, beer festivals, beer pubs: Thorny Devil is Australia’s best craft beer

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With Sydney Craft Beer Week 2012 looming, The Crafty Pint will spend the next few weeks taking a peek at some of the events happening across the city. First up, we look at what’s going down in Newtown….

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If you’re getting out and about this Sydney Craft Beer Week (SCBW), chances are you’ll find yourself in Newtown at some point, with the suburb set to be awash with beery activity. Scoffing at the suggestion of a single event, several bastions of better beer in the area have instead elected to block out the calendar and embrace the madness.

It will, in fact, be Newtown that gets SCBW off to a roaring start, with those not afraid of starting their day with a mighty glass of ale making a pilgrimage to The Union Hotel for the Hair of the Dog beer breakfast. From there, The Union becomes a revolving door for top drops and entertaining evenings.

The Critic’s Choice Degustation, hosted by the undisputed Professor of Pilsner, Pete Mitcham, promises to enlighten and entertain as he hand-picks* half a dozen beers to be matched with the perfect food accompaniments. The Stone & Wood team will also be taking full mic-control during the regular Wednesday Night Quiz to work your brain with beer-based trivia and please your palate via the taking over of a bunch of taps. McLaren Vale will be bringing their whole beer family to King Street too, using the occasion to launch the second beer in their EXP range with brewer Jeff Wright on hand to share a beer and answer your questions.

To take you into the small hours (even on a school night), The Union is playing host to the Young Henry’s House Party. It’s a chance to revisit the brewery’s Rock & Roll collaborations, aided and abetted by the not insignificant fact that the musicians themselves (see photo above) are coming along to perform. Better still, it’s free! There are also rumours afoot that Young Henry’s may be taking over more than just taps that evening…

Aside from the House Party, the eclectic crew at Young Henry’s will be groovin’ all week with you, kicking things off by throwing the brewery doors open for a big love-in. The folks at indie-hero radio station FBi are on board, collaborating on a brew and sending DJs to supply cranking tunes and help pour craft beer (metaphorically) into the ears of their legions of fans. Throw in some food truck action and it’ll be a top afternoon.

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