Monthly Archives: August 2017

Come up with a recipe using one of our beers or ciders, post recipe on Sydney Brewery Facebook or Instagram page (with image including product) and you could win first prize of a weekend for two at The Hunter Valley.
With accommodation at our luxurious Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley, including Lovedale Brewery tour, game of golf and tour of our adjacent JADE Estate Vineyard, a fun weekend is assured.
So get cooking, finalists announced end of September and great runner-up prizes to be announced too!
Go to ‘Locations’ for a full list of retail outlets or to buy direct, and see some of last year’s entries on ‘Recipes’ tab.

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Sydney Brewery continues to impress the judges, adding to the medals haul after much success over the last three years.
 
At the 2017 Independent Brewers Association Awards held in Adelaide, Sydney Brewery took home a Gold Medal, two Silvers and three Bronze for the following:
 
Gold: Potts Point Porter 
Silver: Darlo Dark and Surry Hills Pils
Bronze: Glamarama Summer Ale, Lovedale Lager and Pyrmont Rye IPA.
 
Continuing the good form, we received further accolades at the 2017 Royal Hobart Show, where Agave Ginger Cider took out Gold, scoring a class topping 96/100! Sydney Cider was also among the medals, taking home a Bronze, adding to its impressive Trophy and Gold medals won at previous Sydney, Hobart and Cider Australia shows.
 
Agave Ginger Cider and Sydney Cider weren’t done there, adding a further medals haul at the 2017 World Cider Awards in London.  Agave Ginger Cider won its second Gold in the ‘Experimental’ class, this time trumping its recent Hobart Royal Gold with an international victory!

Not to be outdone, Sydney Cider won its style of ‘Sparkling Sweet’ and also won ‘Best Australian Sparkling Cider’, adding another two Trophies to the cabinet.
 
So over the past three years we been awarded 7 Trophies and 10 Gold medals, with these recent results taking our award tally to 68 medals. And we don’t think it will stop there…
 
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