New brews – Banyo’s All Inn Brewing Co. launches its revamped core range
All Inn Brewing Co. has been a Brisbane brewing mainstay since launching in 2012, growing from one of the city’s first suburban craft-beer makers into a veteran of Southeast Queensland’s flourishing independent brewing industry. After ten years in the game the Banyo-based frothmakers are giving All Inn a bit of a makeover, refreshing its branding and can designs while also tinkering with its core range to add some tasty tweaks.
All Inn Brewing Co. has been an integral part of Brisbane’s small-scale brewing scene almost since the very beginning. As one of the OG members of the city’s craft-beer boom, it has managed to garner a huge amount of community support, with its shed headquarters in Banyo frequently filled to capacity with hop heads and ale-loving locals. To mark its ten years of operation, All Inn Brewing Co. has undergone a little bit of a rebrand, giving its range a cosmetic lift while also adopting the mantra of ‘Good Beer for Good People’. The branding tweaks are most noticeable on the beer’s packaged goods, with a slick new design geared towards making All Inn’s product cleaner and easier to distinguish in bottle shop fridges while also offering more information to help buyers make a more informed decision.
Perhaps more importantly for long-time All Inn fans, the brewery has also adjusted its core range of brews. Recipes for staple All Inn sips such as the pale ale and session pale have remained unchanged, but the brewing team has tinkered with four of its main lines. The lager has become a tropical sip with an ABV of 4.2%, the IPA is now a West Coast-style IPA sitting at a robust 6%, the ABV on the red IPA has been lowered to 6.5% and the selection has been bolstered with the addition of a new hazy IPA – a juicy, low bitterness drop that sits at 6.3% ABV. All Inn Brewing will be celebrating the range with a launch party at its Banyo shed on Friday March 4 from 4:00 pm, while plans are in the works for more seasonal and limited-release beers and froth-loaded events later in the year.
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