Two Big Changes Going in at TRBC Headquarters

April 18, 2018

Two Big Changes Going in at TRBC Headquarters

As many of you may know we're always hard at work putting in upgrades down at the brewery. We’ve also got another big one on the way so we thought we’d fill you in on all the hard work that has been going on behind the scenes.

As you’ve probably seen, either down at the brewery or on our social media channels, we’ve a lovely, new, shiny 24 tap draft system. 24 taps?! you don’t have that many beers guys!! We know we don’t. Yet… We may do one day in the future though! In the meantime, we’re gonna get them connected and we’ll be pouring all of our own TRBC beers as well as a selection of beers and ciders from around the area. Come down and get a sample flight, sample the fruits of our labours and let us talk you through some of our beers and what goes into them. Like I said, they’re not all ours but we’ve been clued-in by those that supply us with the other ones so there’s no shortage of knowledge here!

The second exciting piece of news is that our kitchen has finally arrived!! We’ve got to get it all set up and ready to rock 'n' roll but we are very, very excited to start serving our own food. As you can tell, we love to make things so a kitchen gives us a new creative outlet. Obviously, it won’t be us in there cooking and creating most of the time; we’re getting a professional in to do that. We’re professional food eater and beer makers. Not food makers. Oh, professional beer drinkers too ;)
Unfortunately, we’re probably going to have to wait until around the end of the month to get all the paperwork finalised with the council, but until then stay tuned for some sneak previews of our kitchen. You can also pop down to the brewery and give us a grilling on it, if we’ve had a beer or two we may let a secret slip out...






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