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.
Three months ago we opened the doors to Black Hops after a solid 12 months of planning and setup. Since our first brew on 18 June we’ve been brewing regularly on our commercial brewing equipment sourced from China. We cover the story of our startup and the equipment at great lengths in our upcoming book, Operation Brewery. That book is about …
If you’ve been following along our journey you’ll know we were building our craft beer brewery, on a tight budget, going directly to a Chinese manufacturer called Tiantai.
In this post we will run through the process of getting it from China and installed in our brewery in Burleigh Heads.
We recently returned from Jinan, China to inspect our brewing equipment.
In this post we run through a detailed account of events and what you need to know before buying brewing equipment from China.
Our podcast Operation Brewery documents us going from home brew to brewery in 2015. If you missed episode 1, check it out here and listen in as we raise the funds required to build our Gold Coast brewery. In episode 2, we talk equipment. Mentions TianTai 4 Hearts Cavalier Brew-tek Coda Brewing Bionic Brew