The premise is obvious right? They brew small batches of great craft beer.
That said, you’ll still find some reliable regular brews such as their American Pale Ale.
People often mention Batch Brewing in the same breath as Young Henrys and you can see why. They’re kind of rocky, kind of hipster, with an eye for the aesthetically appealing and a taste for excellent beer.
They’ve also made themselves a big part of the local community from their brewpub base in Marrickville.
Their whole ethos is around small batches of good beer. It’s a full time commitment to be a Batch completist as it takes a whole lot of work to keep up with the rate at which they brew.
It is an endeavour which is worth the undertaking and promises to be nothing other than rewarding.
Batch’s drive to experiment with new recipes gives them a heap of freedom which adds to the appeal and charm of the brewery.
There’s something very playful about the brewery and their approach to beer. They don’t forget to have fun when making and releasing beer.
They also experiment and have fun when marketing their brewery, as their awesome “infomercial” demonstrates. Watch it below:
The experimentation and community focus also opens them up to all sorts of collaborations (including a hopped malt liquor / rye IPA duet with craft distiller Archie Rose).
There’s sure to be a line a mile long to brew new recipes with them. The passion and enthusiasm is infectious, even just sitting at the brewpub tasting bar.
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