Four beers from Unanderra's Seeker Brewing walked away with gold at the recent Australian International Beer Awards.
But the brewery's haul was even bigger - they also picked up two silvers and two bronzes, meaning all eight beers they entered won medals.
Read more: Sports HQ at Albion Park Rail to move ahead
The gold-winning beers were Daydream XPA, Triple-Double IPA, Dougie's Chocolate Porter and Sapphire Coast Wet Hop Hazy.
Brewer Jeff Argent said he was just hoping to equal the two gold medals Seeker won at last year's awards and felt the wins were confirmation they were still on the right track with their brewing.
"It's always nice to know you're going in the right direction," Mr Argent said.
There is also the benefit of getting feedback from people who know what they're talking about when it comes to beer.
"I've always felt that going in these competitions means getting trained judges to properly review your beer and not just regulars, or the opinionated Joe online," he said.
"Along with the medals they give you quite detailed feedback and breakdowns of the different aspects of the beer - aroma, body, mouthfeel. So you get quite a good lesson out of it.
"We don't look at it like 'oh, gold, we're really good now'. It's the feedback that you get that is probably the best thing."
Though Mr Argent was aware the gold medals may well translate into extra sales.
"That's good for the consumer," he said "When there is so much craft beer out there you always take a gamble with something new. To know that something's received a medal, you know you can trust it a bit more."
Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.