TOP DROPS: Craig Starr, Sean Costigan and Graeme Mahy at Murray’s Brewery, Bobs Farm, with their award-winning beer. Picture: Stephen WarkMURRAY’S Brewery has walked away from one of the nation’s most prestigious beer judging shows with a “100 per cent medalling score”.
The Bobs Farm brewery entered six beers into this year’s Sydney Royal Beer and Cider Show. Two won gold and the remaining four earned silver awards.
“The whole brew team is stoked with the result – a 100 per cent medalling score with six medals from six beers entered,” said Murray’s head brewer, Graeme Mahy.
“We’ve done a lot of work over the past few months getting our quality and consistency right.
“These results show that hard work is paying off,” he said.
The winning announcement came at the awards night on Friday, September 18.
The brewery’s Wild Thing Imperial Stout was the gold winner in its class, earning one of the highest scores out of the hundreds of beers entered in to this year’s show.
The easy-drinking Moonboy Golden Ale was also the top scorer in its class, delivering a second gold medal.
Silver medals were awarded to Murray’s flagship Angry Man Pale Ale, its Fred IPA, Whale Ale and Dark Knight Porter.
Mr Mahy, who has been a beer judge for 15 years, said while he had high hopes for Murray’s in the show, he did not expect such a great result.
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