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Adelaide | South Australia
 

ADL, S.A. ESTD. MMXIII

WHO SAID YOU COULDN'T
EXPERIMENT WITH BEER AND
CREATE SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT?

 

 
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WE LIKE
BEER

We’re a 'mismatch(ed)' bunch of industry professionals and beverage specialists who have joined forces to launch a brewing company in South Australia. Despite the difference in personalities and backgrounds, our values when distilled is all about the product. We relish transparency - from what ingredients we use to where we brew our beers.

We currently believe that utilising excess space in other breweries will help grow the holistic craft segment by supporting those that have made the investment. We come from the fundamental belief that the most important issue dominating craft beer today is to make consistent products that should be made for enjoyment. Cheers to drinking better beer.

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"Mismatch is one of many small brewing companies to launch in South Australia in the past few years and one I expect will be seen more widely than most of their SA peers. They are more ambitious than most; and they're focused on making beers that value wide appeal as much as flavour. "

— James Smith, Great Australian Beer Guide | Crafty Pint 

 
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BUILDING
OUR BREWERY

Mismatch, The Hills Cider Company, juice maker Ashton Valley Fresh and Adelaide Hills Distillery have combined forces to create “the ultimate eating and drinking destination”, slated to open in 2017. The $4.5 million project will create a unique tourism experience incorporating new brewery facilities for Mismatch Brewery Co, a distillery for the Adelaide Hills Distillery producing premium and luxury spirits, and a cellar door outlet for all four brands.

Mismatch will have a 35-hectolitre brewhouse and access to packaging facilities shared by all businesses, which are still being finalised. “I can’t actually describe how much I can’t wait to have control. We’re incredibly excited. It’s pretty hard to tell your story when you don’t have a home. People want to come and see you, they want to experience you,” says Ewan.