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July 9, 2018

It’s been a good long while since we shared a bit of what’s been going on here at TP. Here’s the juicy:

 

The last couple of months have seen us focus our brewing efforts on big, bold, and intensely flavoursome beers. Since our Luke joined us in April, we’ve been able to achieve a more comfortable, organised and manageable brewhouse space. Meaning a few things: We’ve been able to tick off some pesky repairs, maintenance work, and general reorganisation of the way we brew beer. We’ve had a much better work/life balance, and so are better equipped to tackle any challenges in a day at the brewery, and we’ve had the time to carefully consider new recipes, methods and ingredients. All in all, we think our beer has been getting better each time. You may have seen some of the new beers out in the wild… A 9.0% Belgian Tripel (collab brew with Torrside) with added grains of paradise, orange and coriander, an imperial stout (collab with De Molen) with ginger, cinnamon, honey, & lactose, A 5.5% white stout with coffee, cacao, and lactose, A raspberry and kiwi sour, some big, single hopped IPA’s, and an adventure into low ABV hop bombs, a tropical pale with mango and passionfruit… We’re having an absolute ball! It’s incredible to keep working hard on fun, unique beers and getting the feedback that we have been.

 

In particular, we’ve been v

 

ery happy with our progress on hop forward beers. First with Circle Game, and more recently with Vision Quest. Both are showcases of some of our favourite hops: Simcoe, and Mosaic respectively. We’ve w