Made from three varieties of local hops, this Australian Pale Ale is fun, fruity and even a little bitter – just like the Sydney suburb of Newtown where Young Henrys is located.
The idea to open a brewery was easy for Richard Adamson and Oscar McMahon. Doing it wasn’t. At the time, few people understood the concept of hand crafted beer so several development applications were rejected. But in 2012 the green light was given for an industrial warehouse space in Newtown. With the help of a few friends, a small brewing kit was purchased and Young Henrys was officially in business.
DID YOU KNOW?
When the suburb celebrated its sesquicentenary and we were invited to brew a unique beer to celebrate, we 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.