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Clout Stout wins Champion Beer

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September 23, 2013
Nail Brewing logo feat

Nail Brewing’s Clout Stout has been named champion bottled beer and was the only gold medal from over 150 beers and ciders at Sydney Royal Beer & Cider Show.
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Two breweries for the price of one

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July 3, 2012
Two breweries for the price of one

In a global marketplace, it’s very rare for two competing companies to reach accord on a massive joint investment: not a merger, but a business arrangement where the costs and benefits are shared but the two brand identities remain distinct and separate. This is the arrangement undertaken recently in Western Australia by Feral Brewing...
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Australia’s best beer?

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June 19, 2011
Feral Brewing's Brendan Varis

Swan Valley microbrewery Feral Brewing Company has again performed well at the Perth Royal Beer Show held in Perth on the Friday night picking up a swag of awards, topped off by the claiming the coveted award for Best Western Australian beer for Feral Hop Hog for the second year. This ads to a...
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Magnetised fermentation to revolutionise brewing

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April 1, 2011
Magnetised yeast cells

In exciting news for the brewing industry, Perth-based Nail Brewing Australia was yesterday granted a patent for a magnetised fermentation process that could revolutionise the brewing industry. The new magnetised process can reduce fermentation and conditioning time from 14 days down to as little as six hours. The processes’ co-developer, brewer John Stallwood, said...
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Antarctic Ale on eBay

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December 3, 2010
Antarctic Ale on eBay

I’m not sure whether I buy into the whole “Most expensive beer in the world” claim of Nail Brewing’s Antarctic Ale…I don’t know that you can compare retail prices with one-off charity auctions and it is impossible to track the prices of other beers sold in this way. But there is no doubt that...
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A tactical but non-nuclear whale of an ale

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November 1, 2010
A tactical but non-nuclear whale of an ale

Western Australian microbrewery, Nail Brewing, has created a unique batch of its award-winning Nail Ale using water from an Antarctic iceberg. The beer has been brewed to raise money for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, which assisted to harvest the ice for the brew. While pursuing its mission of saving whales, the crew of...
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Nail Brewing Clout Stout

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September 6, 2010
Nail Brewing Clout Stout

Western Australia’s Nail Brewing has just released a limited edition version of it’s award-winning Clout Stout, a 10.6% Imperial Stout that the brewer describes as brewed for the beer connoisseur. “It is dark in colour, rich in malt flavour and balanced with assertive hop character around 63 IBUs,” Nail Brewer John Stallwood said. “Clout...
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Perth Royal Beer Show goes Feral

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June 20, 2010
Perth Royal Beer Show goes Feral

The winners in the Perth Royal Beer Show were announced last Friday night with Swan Valley’s Feral Brewing winning best Australian Beer, WA beer and Ale. Feral’s win continues its recent domination of major Australian beer awards, winning the trophy for best brewery at last year’s Australian International Beer Awards, the trophy for Champion...
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John Stallwood on craft beer

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March 3, 2010
John Stallwood on craft beer

Name:John Stallwood Title: Owner/brewer Nail Brewing (WA) Annual output: >30,000L Web: www.nailbrewing.com This is a good question and a hard one. I don’t have the answer and I’m not sure if there is an all-encompassing one, but this is my thinking. The difference between big and small breweries needs to be explained to untangle...
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