Tucked away in a sleepy corner of those rolling green hills not far from Byron, Brad (and a couple of family helpers) has been tinkering away and refining the brews that we will be releasing later in the year with our new “toy”. The pilot brewery is a small bit of gear that we are using to do test brews before we do it for real in the big one. There is a ton of stuff going on in “them there hills”, from brewers to artists, including some pretty cool muso’s … but more on that later.
After months of hard work and hundreds of technical things to make decisions about, our little brewhouse has at last been completed and packed into shipping containers. Don and the team at DME have done a great job building our brewing equipment and putting up with our anal approach to detail wouldn’t have been easy. It sailed from Halifax in Canada to start its 20,000km journey to Byron on the 17th of July….so right about now its probably taking in the sights of the Caribbean…..hope there’s no pirates around!
If you have ever wondered what goes into building a brewery, you are in luck, because we are going to let you in on how we are building ours. Stay tuned over the next few months to see how we put together the biggest Lego set we have ever built. We are sure there will be a couple of pieces sitting under the couch that no one noticed fall off the table. As for our website … well that’s a bit of a jigsaw that we are also putting together.