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Ballarat’s big wins at the Australian International Beer Awards

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07 Jun 2022

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Ballarat is toasting the success of four of its craft breweries at the 2022 Australian International Beer Awards.

Dollar Bill Brewing, O’Brien Beer, Aunty Jacks and Cubby Haus Brewing all won medals at the world’s largest annual competition for draught and packaged beer.

Presented by Melbourne Royal, this year’s event featured 2630 entries representing 355 entrants from 20 countries.

Dollar Bill Brewing’s Ed and Fiona Nolle

DOLLAR BILL BREWING

  • Australian Gypsy Brewer Award
  • Gold – Wood/Barrel-Aged Sour Beer (Aftermath, can)
  • Gold – Wood/Barrel-Aged Sour Beer (Perception, can)
  • Silver – Smoked (Lichtenhainer, bottle)
  • Bronze – Herb & Spice (Tranquility, can)
  • Bronze – Lambic (Learning to Breathe Batch #0007, bottle)
  • Bronze – Other Belgian/French Style Beer (Candy Paint 2022, bottle)
  • Bronze – Belgian-Style Fruit Beer (Red Letter, bottle)
  • Bronze – Belgian-Style Fruit Beer (Gold Teeth 2022, bottle)
  • Bronze – Honey (Crescendo, can)

O’BRIEN BEER

  • Gold – Gluten-free (O’Brien Brown Ale, bottle)
  • Gold – Gluten-free (O’Brien Lager, bottle)
  • Gold – Gluten-free (O’Brien Stout, bottle)
  • Silver – Gluten-free (O’Brien Belgian Ale, bottle)
  • Silver – Gluten-free (O’Brien Belgian Ale, draught)
  • Bronze – Gluten-free (O’Brien Brown Ale, draught)
  • Bronze – Gluten-free (O’Brien Lager 3.0, draught)

AUNTY JACKS

  • Gold – German Style Pilsner (Pilsner, draught)
  • Silver – Saison (Saison, draught)
  • Bronze – Reduced/Low Alcohol Ale (Session Ale, draught)
  • Bronze – Other European Lager (Mair St Märzen, draught)

CUBBY HAUS BREWING

  • Silver – English-Style India Pale Ale (Batch 42 English IPA, can)

Main image: Aunty Jacks (Laura Celine Haughey/Visit Victoria)

Ballarat Craft Beer Trail

While gold reached legendary status long ago, an uncertain something lives on in the people and produce of Ballarat.

Nothing illustrates this more perfectly than the city’s burgeoning and passionate brewing and distilling scene.

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The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.