Beer is what we do best.
Along with selling some of the freshest local beers available and the most interesting beers from around the world, we wanted to put our own mark on the brewing industry by releasing some very limited batches of our own creations. Brewing on a system so small it could fit in your car, we brew limited runs of beer for the bottle shop and the local community.
We also like to reach out to our peers in the industry in the form of collaborations. Using the ideas and skills of both breweries allows us to create unique beers and innovate around existing styles.
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From the inception of Bucket Boys, we wanted to create as well as curate. That meant starting our own brewery. While there is no shortage of breweries in Marrickville, we thought that we could capture our own little corner of the market by focusing on new innovations in craft beer, adding interesting and unique ingredients and capturing the changing beer landscape by creating beers that many Australians have never had the opportunity to try before. Bucket Boys brewery operations are based in Marrickville, where we make small and unique batches of beer.
We don’t have our own brewing facilities yet, but here are Marrickville breweries who have hosted us and allowed us time on their brewing system. We thought the addition of a craft beer brewery was a perfect complement to the amazing selection of beer in our bottle shop and bar. We made our first beer for GABS 2016 when we introduced the world to Bucket Boys with our Red Stout. To date we have made over 50 different beers including launching one of the first New England IPAs in the country with our “And The Hops Were Not Boiled In Their Tanks” release. By brewing our own beers we have a creative outlet to add something unique to the Australian beer landscape.
Our brewery is run by Jay Cook, who has been the Bucket Boys brewer since our inception and has worked carefully and tirelessly to create all of our unique recipes. This has allowed us to grow our brewery into quite a diverse and special addition to Bucket Boys. Sydney has so much more room for growth in this creative space and we plan on continuing to expand by creating new ideas in the future.