Craft beer, brewery, brewing craft beers, where to buy great beer

Craft beer, brewery, brewing craft beers, where to buy great beer

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It all started over a beer – as great ideas often do. From the formation of an idea to the formulation of an Eggnog Stout, the journey from home brew to brewery had begun.

 

Black Hops Brewing: Operation Brewery

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The home brewers were three mates: Michael ‘Govs’ McGovern, Dan Norris and Eddie Oldfield. Their brewery goes by the name Black Hops Brewing. A name laced with some irony given their mission to build a brewery could well be the least covert operation in Australia.

Govs is an intelligent brewer who brings bags of experience from his time at Burleigh Brewing and current employer, Fortitude Brewing. Dan runs his own successful WordPress support startup company and has written two books covering entrepreneurship and content marketing. The third member of this trio is Eddie, and it was he who came up with the idea and the name. Most noteworthy, the one who seems to know all the right people in all the right places.

“Operation Brewery” complements the blog they’ve kept on their website since day one. That blog has documented everything. From how to make tap decals on the cheap to how to brew a commercial beer and their plans to open a brewery. The transparency and honesty of Black Hops is refreshing and offers a candid insight into the hard work that goes on behind the scenes when conceptualising your own brewery.

 

Where will this brewery be based?

The guys are Gold Coast natives and strongly believe that the time is right to bring more brewing to the region. As a result, they will join Burleigh and the forthcoming Balter. It’s great news for beer lovers in South East Queensland. They, who already enjoy access to a growing number of breweries in and around Brisbane. Much as in Ipswich and Mt Tamborine.

The brewery site application is in the hands of the council at the time of writing. Black Hops – sticking to their digital media guns – will release all updates via their website. What we already know is that their proposed operation will include a cellar door. Hence, will serve up their original Eggnog Stout in addition to five other core beers. These include a “classic” Gold Coast pale ale, the Beach House Saison, and a mid-strength Californian Common labeled as 30 Cal. The last of these, like the brewery’s name, is a clever nod to military terminology. The beer style and its 3.0 percent ABV. There are also plans to regularly supplement the cellar door with seasonal and specialty beer offerings.

In the meantime, you can keep an eye out for a collaboration beer. An Indian black lager – which they brewed with Ipswich’s 4 Hearts Brewery.

 

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