Cheers to big showing

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Froth Craft owners Pete Firth, Phillip Gary and Tyler Little
Camera IconFroth Craft owners Pete Firth, Phillip Gary and Tyler Little Credit: Picture: Littlewave Photography

An Exmouth brewery is frothing at the opportunity to take in the big three beer festivals in Perth.

Froth Craft Brewery will be pouring its craft beers at the Perth Craft Beer Festival, Perth Beer Festival and Fremantle Beer Festival this year.

Froth director Pete Firth said it was the first time the business would be appearing at the PCBF.

“It says a lot for us to be able to get our beer down to a discerning public and get different views on a lot of our beers, plus also to a lot of people in the industry,” he said.

Mr Firth said it was an opportunity to taste brewers’ beers and get feedback from respected industry members.

“We’ll be taking down an all-Australian IPA, which uses all-Australian ingredients from yeast, grain and hops,” he said.

“We’ll also be rotating a little bit on the double IPA recipe, and that will be increasing that bad boy up to 9 per cent, and we’ll be putting out a mocha oatmeal stout as well, the Gimme Mo, which is really well received.”

Mr Firth said the brewery would be pouring beers at the South West Beer Festival to increase brand awareness, with plans for a Bunbury venue awaiting approval. Dubbed Froth Craft Bunbrewery, designs have been submitted to the City of Bunbury, with public comment closing earlier this month. “With the Bunbury venture being announced, we want to open people’s mouths, ears, and eyes to everything Froth has to offer before we open the venue next year,” he said.

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