Brunswick’s Co-Conspirators Brewing is launching an official core range of beers for the first time since founding in 2016, with their “usual suspects” line-up kicking off with a new hazy pale ale alongside The Matriarch NEIPA. An IPA and a lager will then follow in 2023 and complete the range.
After previously contract brewing their beers, Co-Conspirators opened their Brunswick brewpub late last year. They said “Brunswick’s most wanted” core range line-up will be available year-round at the venue and via their website, as well as on and off premise elsewhere, together with their seasonals and “co-conspired” releases, including The Hop Peddler Hazy Pale Ale which won best Modern Pale Ale at this year’s Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) in May.
“With the recent success of our hazy pale ales at the AIBA and (Independent Beer Awards), and after refining the recipe out of our brewpub, we are ready to introduce our new hazy pale,” they said in a statement. “This beer is triple dry hopped with some of our favourite hops for that mouth-watering tropical, citrus flavour profile. Triple dry-hopping allows for saturation of hop flavours and aromas in the beer by adding the hops during different periods of fermentation to extract most of the precious oils. We have packed our new hazy pale ale full of punchy and refreshing hops, in the form of Simcoe, Azacca and Idaho 7. Juicy citrus and tangerine flavours jump out of the can and make for the ultimate refreshment.”
Co-Conspirators are launching the Hazy Pale Ale at their brewpub at 377 Victoria Street, Brunswick on November 25.