Sydney gets a beer to call its own

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pr_sbc-3_newNew gypsy brewer, Sydney Beer Co., has launched a lager as its first beer.
Tricky and time-consuming to craft, this lager has been designed ‘to suit Sydney’s lifestyle’ according to co-founders, former Sydney bartender and consultant Matt Siely, and business partner David Maronese.
“We wanted to give people the opportunity to drink a sessionable Sydney beer that matches Sydney’s lifestyle. Most importantly, our goal was to create a premium beer Sydneysiders can be proud of: a great tasting, easy-drinking, refreshing lager that’s fit for Sydney,” explained Siely.
Maronese said that, “Sydney Beer Co. is following a growing overseas trend of brewers from New York and London that are leveraging an association with their neighbourhood. After living abroad for a decade, and seeing what was happening in these cities, it was puzzling to think that Sydney didn’t have a beer to call its own. That void really pushed us to craft this brand.”
With a distinctive blue and white label, the lager is described as ‘crisp and refreshing’ and has been brewed with all-Australian ingredients.
A blend of two malts and roasted barley create a “light hopped finish with a subtle hop aroma of melon and peach.”
Sydney Beer Co. Lager is the only style being crafted at this stage and has a 4.5% ABV, 15 IBUs and is currently available in a 330ml bottle.
“Expansion will be into kegs and cans hopefully early 2017,” Siely told Beer & Brewer.
“Currently stocked at Bulletin Place, Bennelong Restaurant, This Must Be The Place, Uncle Ming’s, The Barber Shop, Fonzarelli’s and Bar Zini.”
Adapted from Ashailer (2016) for Beer & Brewer.



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