Young Sam Fletcher thinks you might want a break from stories about transparency and labelling and so offers one about beer and music. Read it if you must…
On 12 December 1862 Newtown Municipality was proclaimed by Government Gazette, covering 480 acres in three wards: Enmore, Kingston and O’Connell. By the 1870s, Newtown was one of the most densely populated municipalities in NSW and a decade later was one of the main retail centres outside the city. King Street is Newtown’s spine. The… Read more →
All roads lead to Young Henry’s this Sydney Craft Beer Week, says Sam Fletcher….
Beer and Rock N Roll have always had a love affair. One has often inspired the other. And what would a Friday night out at the pub seeing your favourite band be without a schooner in hand? Born out of mutual admiration, Young Henrys has now brought the two together in an even more meaningful… Read more →
New South Wales After an abortive attempt last year to set up a new brewery and bar in Devonshire Street, Surry Hills, Richard Adamson has now succeeded in bringing his venture, called Young Henry’s, to partial fruition in nearby Newtown. Brewing commenced in March at Young Henry’s, which is situated in a light-industrial building in… Read more →
By now everybody should know the saga of Young Henry’s. There’s been enough coverage in the mainstream media for everyone with a passing interest in beer to have gotten wind of it. The original site for the brewpub/restaurant on Devonshire Street in Surry Hills, near Sydney’s CBD, was part of an existing dispute between the… Read more →
Sydney’s soon-to-open Young Henry’s brew pub is offering home brewers the chance to have one of their beers made professionally in their brewery. The winning entry will be made on the brewery’s 12-hectolitre system and will feature as the new venue’s winter release specialty beer. Details on the poster below. Entries close April 29th. More… Read more →
‘Not in my back yard’ is the phrase commonly heard when planning approval is sought for something a little controversial in our cities. It’s a phrase that brewer Richard Adamson was confronted with on the front page of today’s Sydney Morning Herald in relation to his attempts to get Young Henry’s, his proposed restaurant and… Read more →