Those of you familiar with the Black Hops story may know that back in 2014 three fresh faced lads, Govs, Eddie and myself, set about walking our talk and brewing a beer that Eddie had come up with that we all thought was worth giving a crack. The name of that beer was Eggnog Stout. What you may not know, …
2020 was a year that was both incredibly challenging but also incredibly rewarding in the world of Black Hops. It was a tough year for a lot of people, so it’s with a lot of gratitude that we provide this summary of the year that was. Of course this would all not be possible without the amazing support of all …
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 …
In this post we’ll run through our plans for building our new brewery, Black Hops II, and let you know what’s in store with this exciting phase of our growth.
Find out what went down when Black Hops founders Eddie, Govs and Dan headed down to Melbourne for the AIBA/GABS doubleheader Awards Nights recently.
We had a ball checking out the American craft beer scene recently. Here’s 9 things that really stood out for us while we were there.
Black Hops has always prided itself on pushing the boundaries when it comes to creative beers. In this article we’ll go through how we are approaching brewing some of our more interesting beers.
Equity crowdfunding is expected to be legal in Australia for Pty Ltd companies from 2018. Since it’s been legal overseas for a while, we thought it would be useful to look at some success stories from other breweries.
In this blog post we talk about how the temperature that you drink a beer at can affect how it tastes. Some beers taste best served at cellar room temperature, while others taste best served cool or icy cold. Read on and find out which Black Hops beer tastes best at cellar room temperature..
Beer comes in various shades of amber, brown and black. In this post we look at the what gives each beer its own unique colour, and apply this to four of our favourite Black Hops beers.