Young Henrys IPA has unveiled a new look.
The 6% Oz/American style IPA has a slight hazy golden hue, balanced bitterness and a refreshingly dry finish. According to the brewery “massive tropical/citrus dry hop character brings it home”.
Young Henrys won the Gaining in popularity: Beer (Craft) award at the 2019 Australian Drinks Awards, following up on its Most Distinctive Brand of the Year win in 2018
The new Young Henrys IPA cans are available to purchase in a 24-pack on the Young Henrys online store.
Young Henry’s supports live music
Young Henrys’ has also revealed its Rock‘N’Roll Circus is returning, with a free event at Frankie’s Pizza By The Slice in Sydney on October31.
“The initial idea behind Rock N Roll Circus was quite simple; to celebrate both our love for live music but also our many mates who make it,” said Young Henrys co-founder Oscar McMahon.
“And, by throwing the song choices and creative control back to the people who are doing it, we get to see a bunch of incredibly talented people coming together for the love and celebration of live music.
“There is not a playlist or DJ set on earth that will get you this buzzed and no, the revolution will not be televised.”
Headlining the event will be The Replicas, the Aussie supergroup house band that’s made up of The Delta Riggs’ Elliott Hammond and Michael ‘Monte’ Tramonte, The Preatures’ Jack Moffitt and Adam Della Grotta.
They’ll be joined by guest vocalists Dave Faulkner (Hoodoo Gurus), Joe Jackson (Sloan Peterson), Melissah Marie (Moody Beach), Caitlin Harnett, Andy Golledge, Jess Kent, Charlie Collins and more.
Young Henrys is also part of the Inner West beer festival, Oktoberwest, which will be at the Factory Theatre in Marrickville on October 12.