If you’ve followed our journey until now, you will know that we’ve always been open about how we are financing Black Hops. Building a brewery costs money and from early on, we’ve documented a range of options we’ve used to make it happen. From our very first podcast where we recorded conversations with potential investors, to our successful reward-based crowdfunding …
Recently on the blog we posted an update on how the new Black Hops brewery is progressing. We briefly discussed some of the new brewing equipment required to meet our up-scaled production targets. But that was only scratching the surface. So in this 2-part post we’ll dig into our specific equipment we are running with for BHII. In this post …
Find out which Black Hops beers took out top honours at this year’s Australian International Beer Awards (AIBAS).
Press release to announce that Black Hops are partnering with Bucket Boys to distribute beer into NSW and the ACT.
Since we put our love of beer to the ultimate test and opened our own brewery, Black Hops, we’ve learned a lot of important lessons. In this blog post we go into some of the top ones, some positive, and some not so. To find out more read on..
We often get asked how much it costs to brew our beer, so in this post we go into all of the costs associated with making one of our most popular craft beers, Beach House.
We often get asked how we came up with the ideas and recipes for Black Hops beer. In this post we go into how we settled on our range of beers and what the names of the beers mean.
In this post we talk about gypsy or contract brewing, in particular what it is, how we made it work for Black Hops and factors to consider if you are looking at making the jump from home brewing to commercial brewing.
In case you missed it, Brewsvegas was announced this week. We are stoked to be sending Black Hops beer to 4 events.
Here are all the details for the events we’ll be at. See you there.
We are excited to announce our launch this coming Sunday 2 November 2014 at Hoo Ha Bar in Southbank.
Our first beer the Eggnog stout is ready to go and will be pouring alongside 3 other local brewers from 3pm.
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