The Beginning

January 01, 2014

The Beginning

Seems that it's usually best to start at the beginning when starting something so lets do that :-).

Brewery D-day for us was March 2013, that was the day that Simon and I realised that this obsession would never be over until we saw it through. We had recently been on a ride and came across Dalgety (Berridale) brewery. They had a small setup and were making it work. Had we not met them, we may never have made it through.

They showed us that without a lot of money it could be done.

We started to pool our money and went into research the possibilities of a very small system that we could self fund.

Two mates who found a little brewery in the middle of nowhere. A little brewery that changed their lives

Two mates who found a little brewery in the middle of nowhere. A little brewery that changed their lives

 






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