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Young Henrys, A Simple One
Young Henrys has announced that it will be ending involvement with its recently opened brewery in Western Australia.
The brewing company, which launched in the Sydney suburb of Newtown a little over three years ago and has experienced rapid growth since, had opened a sister brewery in Metricup, in the Margaret River region, late in 2014. It was the first of three new breweries the business had planned for local markets, the others being in Adelaide and Brisbane.
The decision, says Young Henrys co-founder Richard Adamson, was simply a business one. He said they just wanted to go in different directions.
With what’s left…
With the rest of the Young Henrys ownership remaining unchanged, in the short term the business will focus on consolidating its Newtown base before considering any further moves interstate.
Richard said that they’ll probably be installing some new tanks soon – if they can find somewhere to shoehorn them in. They also got to wrestle with getting the [Noble Cut] gin out. They’ve been rubbing together a bit in terms of resources on that, but they’re finally sorting things out there too.
They’ve still got the same people in their leadership roles here. He’s still a director of the company. And, along with Sammy [Füss, head brewer], making sure the beer’s tasting the way they want it to. They have had a massive change having the lab and the new brewing team where all the guys are super passionate. They’re all brewing as if it’s their own little babies. All those things have really improved the quality of the beer.
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