This is what it’s all about. The best craft beer in Sydney.
The aim here is to provide you with decent beer writing, reflecting on local beers. It’s also to advocate for craft breweries and spread the word about what they’re producing.
Please, seek out these beers, try them for yourself and tell others. Find what you like and then tell me.
Craft beer is about more than just the liquid in the bottle – it’s about the culture and the community. It’s about appreciating quality ingredients. It’s about helping the little guy and celebrating the passion that goes into each beer.
Tonic from Doctor's Orders replaces the much loved Zephyr for 2016/2017 but it's a fantastic choice for summer. In 2016 Doc started mixing up his seasonal releases because of Sydney's fickle craft beer market. Tonic was originally released as a collaboration between ...Read More
Bright Eye is a pilsner from The Grifter Brewing Co. in Marrickville. At the end of 2016 it was released in cans. Formerly a Kolsch, this beer has vastly changed and improved since Grifter started making it as a pilsner ...Read More
Sonic Prayer is the fourth in the core can range for Modus Operandi. It's a bold and brash IPA. Sonic Prayer, although it's been around before now, replaced the much-loved Zoo Feeder in the Modus Operandi portfolio. Zoo Feeder was ...Read More
Batch American Pale Ale was the first beer to come out of the Marrickville brewery and forms part of their core range. It's been available from the tasting room, at pubs around Sydney, and in bombers at good bottle shops. In ...Read More
Craft breweries releasing a lager is still seen as a bold move. It shouldn't be when they're like this. Seabass from Yulli's Brews is a straightforward, bang on lager. And that’s fantastic. It pours near enough crystal clear. A pale, ...Read More
Yulli's Brews Slick Rick's Rampaging Red Ale has been around Sydney taps for a while but in 2016 it became available in cans. The immediate experience when presented with a glass of Slick Rick's Rampaging Red Ale is that of ...Read More
Wayward Sourpuss is a raspberry Berliner Weisse. It’s a traditional German sour wheat ale which has a hazy pink glow from the addition of raspberries. Rocketing in popularity since Wayward opened their Camperdown venue in 2015, Sourpuss is more readily available from ...Read More
As Lord Nelson continue to move with the times, they released this special Belgian-inspired Backburner IPA in beautifully designed cans. The body of the liquid is a dark ruby. It’s rich and opulent and sits below a toasted meringue coloured ...Read More
Lord Nelson’s Quayle Ale has been around for ages but in 2016 it was released in snazzy new cans. Quayle Ale is a light and sessionable wheat-based beer. It’s pale gold and incredibly clear, so much so that it looks ...Read More
Wayward FUSAMI Victory is a cold-fermented lager with a bucket-load of hops thrown at it. When this beer first came out, long before Wayward put down roots in Camperdown, there were rumours that the name was a nod to the trademark dispute that ...Read More