Deeds came up winners when a brewer, lumbered with organising the coolroom hops, discovered a hidden box of BRU-1. This hard to find varietal had been delivered late one night as they rested, ready for an early start. They had to brew with it immediately, they couldn’t wait to taste the spicy, tropical pineapple alongside a healthy dose of Eclipse and Citra Cryo. What does this have to do with Tapioca and it’s deregulation? Honestly, nothing. And that’s OK too. They just wanted to play with some new hops and share this ripper of a hazy pale. Cheers!
Quiet Deeds was established in 2012 by childhood friends Patrick Ale & David Milstein. Both the guys studied Engineering and always had a dream of owning their own brewery. Like most Uni students, they had zero cash but plenty of beer drinking experience. Not long after they graduated, they started dabbling in the alcohol industry importing international beers with the bigger plan to make enough money to be able to build their own brewery.
DID YOU KNOW?
In 2010 Patrick and David became forerunners of Australia’s cider movement when they introduced Swedish Rekorderlig Cider. They launched first with the highly successful pear cider and swiftly followed it with apple, and strawberry and lime Rekorderlig in small batches. Red Island Group now distributes nine Rekorderlig Cider flavours.