Young Henrys wouldn’t be what it is without Newtown. So when the suburb celebrated its sesquicentenary and they were invited to brew a unique beer to celebrate, the brewery jumped at the chance. The resulting beer was an Aussie Pale Ale called Newtowner.
In a bit of a nod to the suburb’s past and present influences, Young Henrys used a blend of Australian malts. Then they added three varieties of local hops to make it fun, fruity and even a little bitter – just like Newtown.
This is a beer Young Henrys wanted everyone in their community to enjoy, whether it was being thrown back at a gig or sipped slowly in a beer garden. The people responded and Newtowner is now a permanent part of their beer range.
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