The Ale House is situated in Broederstroom – a stone’s throw away from the Hartbeespoort Dam.
It is a small country inn and ale house where one can sit on the stoep and enjoy nature along with a wholesome ale.
Our ale is rewed with fresh mountain spring water and only the best gmo-free ingredients available.
I believe only in honest brewing practises, and despise brewers who use chemicals and other enhancers to stretch their product.
Ale House is one of the only micro-breweries that occasionally practises the art of floor malting its grain on a seasonal basis.
In other word when the barley comes off the fields in November we sprout and malt our own grain for the beer.
Just one more assurance that the soft natural flavours that you are enjoying in your pint, did not come from commercial raw materials but are a direct spin-off from my Plough-to-Pint policy.
My beer is always fresh with a short shelf life , it is never bottled or mass distributed. But it is honest, real, and damn right good for you.
Every batch is always personally brewed by me and carries my own personal flavour signature.
Our main beers are:
Trailer Trash Blonde: A no frills American Pale Ale (APA) that will make you want to move to a trailer park. She is that seductive. Huge floral and citrus hops aroma notes on the nose and a caravan full of fresh hops. She is fiesty, weighing in at almost 7%, but rewards handsomely with malty caramely undertones once you have “chewed” through the hop screen. Very much like your typical woman. This beer occasionally comes in a double version. But very occasionally !!
EselWeiss: This one is named after my donkeys and has nothing to do with white German flowers growing in the snow… Or rowdy festivals in the Alps. Although I could swear I can hear a slight German accent in their brae after eating the mash…. Eselweiss is a refreshing , slightly spicey summer Weiss beer. Made with good quality imported wheat malt and hops.
Irish Red Ale: This one is the Irish staple. Brewed with lots of Crystalised malts, and the occasional Ale House floor malted malt. To ensure that signature soft nutty maltiness that is ever elusive in commercial malts. The perfect pint for the good old Irish `Craig` with family and friends. Low hops here for this one is the Fields-of-Barley-in-a-glass.
Capsicum Ale: Only brewed with the onset of winter. This one is the runny nose and flu-doctor. Three pints of this and you will forget that you had the flu. That runny nose dries up instantly once you take a whiff of the healthy helpings of Chilli Pepper that greets you at the rim of the glass. It goes down surprisingly easy just to return a while later with an ET-go-home glow. The pint with the most immediate health benefits that we know of. The beer has almost no hops in it, but a bag of whole chilli peppers is added at the later stages of the boil. Bringing to you a healthy glow of capsicum that will make short work of a wide range of ailments.
Pale Ale: This is one of our favourite session beers. A easy to drink light ale. No frills or spills here. Lightly hopped and light inbody and colour.
Ale House Brown Ale: A sturdy English Brown Ale with loads of crystal malts, and nutty flavours. Lightly hopped with European hops. This one scores about 6,5 % on the alcohol charts. So not exactly session stuff, but easy drinking none the less.
Smokey Oak Ale: The Smokey Oak Ale is our very own version of a Rauchbier. The grain is home smoked for 4 hours in a cold smoker with oak chips, to impart that rustic farm smoked flavour. We use apple or fruit woods as well, when available. Smoking the malt usually coincides with bacon making – and when the cured pork belly goes into our big smoker, so does the malt. Very lightly hopped with Saaz hops and a touch of crystal. This is an easy drinking low alcohol number, surprisingly addictive and a great companion with our food.
Plastic Paddy: This is the Ale House version of that great Irish national drink “The Black Stuff” or as we now it : Guinness. This is an Irish Dry Stout with lots of Irish character; complete with the roasty, slightly molasses flavour with a hint of dark chocolate. Sadly this one is only brewed once a year for our famous St. Patrick’s Day celebration. And I have to pull all the stops each year to pull this one off – for the Irish just do not drink any “black stuff”.
Anvil Ale brewery and pub lies on the edge of Dullstroom if you enter it from the Lydenburg side. If you happen to enter from the Belfast side, make sure you head across town to savour the local beer, where Theo de Beer and his wife Sarie serve up drafts, local fare and numerous generous helpings of boozy cake. Anvil House opened in April 2010 after three years’ of building and alterations to prepare the building Theo handpicked as the site for his new brewery. Having already cut his teeth at Hops Hollow brewery on the Long Tom Pass, Dullstroom is lucky to have Theo at all since his original intention was to emigrate to New Zealand. It was only due to the recent financial slump, that Theo was forced to reconsider his decision. The 1000 litre brewery produces a Blonde Ale, a Pale Ale and a Baltic Porter, which Theo calls his ‘girlie ale’ (women prefer it). By comparison the Blonde Ale tastes most like a lager, and the Pale Ale leaves a more fruity, malty taste in the mouth with a slightly bitter aftertaste. Most of the food is locally sourced (like the German sausage from Nelspruit), and the relishes, mustard and desserts are all made on the premises. You might want to sample either the Boozy cake or chocolate rum cake – both of which have received generous lashings of alcohol during the production process. There is a daily food menu that includes dishes such as smoked trout and scrambled egg, wholesome veggie soup, trout quiche and other delights.
Anvil Ale House specialises in brewing European style ales.
These beers differ from the mainstream South African beers in that:
They are brewed with top fermenting yeasts
The brewers finesse in combining and blending local and imported malts, specific yeast strains and hop varieties produce beers with more aroma and tastes that can vary from fruity, to hoppy to citrusy
They generally have a lower level of carbonation
A more pronounced hop character is sometimes evident milliseconds after the first sip is swallowed
We brew with water sourced from the Sub-Alpine springs located in the Steenkampsberg range to the north of Dullstroom. The beers are unpasteurized and contain no enhancers or unnatural additives. Some of the beers are unfiltered while others may be coarse filtered so as to retain a small percentage of active live yeast.
What we are about
The slow food movement came into being to counter the pressure of the everyday rat race. More and more people want to align themselves with a lifestyle that harks back to hand-crafted produce. In an age of faceless multiple choice systems people thrive when they are able to make contact and speak to the producer of the goods. They want to be reassured that the goods are locally and honestly made resulting in a high quality product that counters the mediocrity of mass produced goods. In line with the above we strive to brew Anvil Ale House beers as artisanal beers in the true sense of the word. No push button “turnkey systems” are employed in the manufacture of our beers, but rather a lot of sweat and physical activity goes into the creation of our “babies”.
We keep a low profile but deliver high on quality.
Styled on a Kolsch that has been brewed in the German town of Colonge since the 17th century. The perfect beer to statisfy the South African taste for a crisp refershing drink. Fermenting the beer at ale temperatures (relatively warm 17-23C) with a wheat-style yeast results in a gentle fruitiness being imparted to the beer. The locally developed hop we use for this beer enhances this by adding a passion fruit aroma. The pure spring water sourced from the sub-alpine springs used in our brewing process is perfect for the delicate nature of this beer.
A copper-to-red coloured English ale, a style originating from the Burton area. The late addition of imported Goldings hops gives this ale an aromatic floral hop character that is combined with mild fruitiness. This premium ale has a lingering spicy hop character on the back of the toungue, balanced by the malty fullness on the front of the palate. This is combined with fruity esters from the English yeast strain. Following English tradition, this beer is fermented at warmer temperatures using top-fermenting yeast and with a lower carbonation level than most mainstream South African beers. Judged as the best pale ale at the 2011 National Home Brewing competition.
Traditionally brewed to quench the thirst of farm workers in Belgium during the hot summer months, this refreshing beer is experiencing a renaissance worldwide. The specific yeast used for this beer, has a peculiarity in that is takes off like a rocket but slows down ¾ through the fermentation. The fermentors have to be heated to unheard of temperatures (25-32C) for a beer to complete the fermentation process. After completion the beer is conditioned hot (25C) for about a week before being released for consumption. A deep inhale will bring out notes of tropical fruit, lime and honey with similar aromas following as you sip. Your first impression might be of sweet beer, but as you savour and swallow a bone dry finish takes over, with a lingering finish of pink grapefruit. A medium bodied beer with a goldish colour tinged with lime green.
The Belgians do not have a regimented approach to brewing, their main criteria being that whatever your imagination leads you to use must ultimately come together to form a unity. We have adapted the centuries-old Belgian style to include the naartjie (tangerine) peel instead of the Curacao orange peel as part of our spice addition. Sourced from a farm that still produces heirloom varieties, the fruit is chosen for the taste of the peel rather than the flesh. It is a lighter wheat style that is so appropriate when the heat of summer descends over Africa. Your nose might identify the aroma as bubblegum or litchi flavoured bubblegum. Spices dominate over hops and the addition of raw unmalted wheat leads to a haze, giving raise to the name “witbier”. A light bodied beer, slightly sweet and tart at the same time, combining the smoothness of oats to make this among the most refreshing and complex beers. If you dry hop your glass of beer with some Buchu leaves, the aroma and taste changes to an uber-refreshing minty/camphor character.
Stouts are of the porter family, but not all stouts are porters. The history of the porter style can be traced back to 1722 and is attributed to Ralph Harwood who introduced it to the hardworking London labourers. Black Anvil is an Oatmeal Stout. The combination of four local and imported malts plus a good dose of oats bestows an intricacy to this beer. Smooth as silk, the easy drinkability of this beer belies the complexity of aromas and tastes. The deep garnet to ruby colour is derived from the dark malts used. As you bring the glass to your mouth, the dried prunes and raisin aromas hint of what is going to follow. Characterised by an underlying roasted coffee, dark chocolaty taste, the fleeting wafer biscuit impression combines with the silkiness of the oats to give a richness of flavor with a medium-sweet palate. The perfect winter beer in front of a crackling fire.
Bardwell Brewing Company, the producers of Bardwell craft beer are a proudly owned and operated microbrewery situated in the heart of the central Drakensberg and tourism precinct – Champagne Valley, just 20km from Winterton. Established in 2012, Bardwell Brewery is the culmination of a lot of dreams and a fair amount of blood, sweat and tears. After a few years of being the quintessential gypsy brewer, roots planted on the farm and we finally opened our own sustainably, first-of-its-kind brewery in the Drakensberg.
Passionately brewing beer – our way – from natural, home grown ingredients. We think it’s just as important to explain what we stand for. At Bardwell Brewery we are dedicated to brewing pure, natural, hand-crafted beers that are bursting with flavour and aroma whilst being free of additives and preservatives. Quality, not quantity, is what we strive for. Put simply, we brew beer that that our locals, craft beer drinkers and ourselves would find a pleasure to drink. All of our beers are brewed on-site in our brew house. Our brewery is, solar and turbine powered and all ingredients organically farmed at the source. It’s what makes the delicious beer produced from sustainable energy effort on the farm. A good chunk of the original brewing gear was cobbled together from second-hand farming and dairy equipment. For us, beer is meant to be fun. We like to be adventurous and innovative with our brewing, making beers that you get pleasure from drinking. Basically, we reckon you can put pretty much anything into a beer, as long as it’s natural!
We will achieve our goals by not being dictated to by the industry about what a beer should be. Instead we will focus on our customers. We will ask them to guide us and what they want to see and taste in their beers. Being a microbrewer allows us to be agile and quick to respond. We will brew in small batches meaning we can and will experiment with recipes based on feedback and ideas from our customers. Rather than a focus on beers that are ‘approachable’ we will be brewers that are approachable. Like many things, drinking a beer elicits a flood of responses. Whether it sparks a fond memory or simply provides a great taste for the now, Bardwell Brewery is proud of its beer and we look forward to bringing more class beers to the market. With future plans for more beers types to call our own, it is exciting times ahead and we hope you will share the journey with us.
It is said that “the best place to drink beer is in the shadow of the brewery”
Our Brew master
Bardwell Henry Patrick Hall – Bardy for short, as he is well known, the founder and brew master, loves beer and brewing. It is not the only thing that drives to pursue his dream. An artist, craftsman, fisherman, farmer, father and grandfather he enjoy all the side benefits, like the camaraderie of fellow brewers and craft beer lovers. It’s the passionate people that bring to our craft and being around brew-centric culture. The fun had on brew days and being in the valley and with the community where our craft beer features.
After two years of intensive product development in Bardy’s backyard and a lot of red tape, the first serious Bardwell craft beer was born. We produce high quality craft beers for those who are looking for more from their beer. These beers are produced locally and customers are able to see where and how their beer is made. We have no interest in the commercial beer statement, that beer must only contain barley, hops, water and yeast. 99% of beer on the market follows this ‘standard’ but we stand proudly as the 1%. We are for the outsiders, beer thinkers and beer drinking radicals. We follow our curiosity to find new and exciting flavours to incorporate into our brewing. Our beer does not conform to style guides for the sake of it , instead our focus is about delivering flavours we can be proud of. We strive to take our brewing in new directions all in the name of creating beer people can enjoy. The brewery has a simple philosophy, grow good quality ingredients, and create great flavour, and balance.
The habitational name from Bardwell in Suffolk, so named with an unattested Old English well (a) ‘spring’, ‘stream’. Alternatively, the first element may be from a dissimilated form of Old English bre(o)rd ‘brim’, ‘bank’. So we find it fitting us “Men of the river” to place our brewery on the banks of the Sterk River, which meanders the Central Drakensberg’s, Champagne Valley. It is also our founders Christian name and proudly handed down through the family for three generations. We are also proud of our region, but something was missing. No real beer. No regional beer. Just beer from the cities. So we did something about it! We started brewing in early 2012. Our focus is on the supplying the (North, South, Upper, Lower and Central) Drakensberg area, but we also sending our beers to leading bottle stalls and bars along the East Coast and a bit further.
The brew house is a four vessel solar ,water turbine and electric driven system (hot liquor, mash/ lauter kettle and whirlpool). An artesian well delivers the freshest water from 120m below ground, unpolluted having never breathed or even having been kissed by the sunlight that generates most of our energy requirements. The mechanical beauty of the fermentation system is comprised of an ever-growing farm of cylindro-conical tanks. The brew farm is managed daily and contributes wholly to the basic ingredients required in our beer. The farm also generated surplus which is commercial rendered to the craft community. Our brewery is manually controlled and is fully hands on. We work with those who are as passionate about craft beer as we are. We know from painful experience how hard it is to start a brewing business. We are fortunate to be in this position and we want to share that with others. We give them access to our brewery to be able to brew in the small batches ideal for starting a craft beer brand. This way we believe we help to lower the barriers of entry. They also help us by utilising our facility and overall this helps to improve the local craft beer scene. In partnership we will help each other grow and each brings something unique to the market. We will help grow craft beer by helping those who like us stand against all that is bland in beer.
Brand new micro brewery in Pennington on the beautiful Kwa-Zulu Natal South Coast of South Africa. Proud brewers of Umdoni Gold, Befreckled Red and Pennington Pride.
Amenities: Restaurant, Tasting Facilities, Golf Driving Range, Off Sales, Brewery Tours (by appointment only). Hours: 10:00 till 18:00
Welcome to the Walkerbay Estate, which includes the Birkenhead Brewery!
We have much to offer, not only to the wine and beer enthusiast, but to those just interested in visiting our beautiful country estate near Stanford in the shadow of the Klein Rivier mountains.
Here you will find out about our exceptional wine & beer, our country estate, our brewery and our restaurant and pub. Come and visit our vineyard and winery where we produce Walker Bay Vineyards wines, and enjoy our delicious food and freshly home-brewed beer.
All of our beers are filtered and pasteurized and have a 9 month shelf life. Beers should be stored in cool or preferably refrigerated conditions. Available in draught and 340ml bottles throughout the year.
Tours of our in-house Brewery are available on request
Premium Lager is our original beer. It is sweeter than your average continental lager. The colder, the better. A beer for any occasion, but who needs an occasion for a classic? Any time, any place is a good place. Cheers!
Flavour Characteristics: Primarily malty, sweeter than usual. Lightly hopped. Colour: Deep golden yellow.
Honey Blonde – Light, top fermented, medium bodied. Malty with a sweet fruity finish. Low in bitterness with a honey aroma.
She loves an ice cold glass with a slice of lime or lemon. She loves everything hot. A great companion to enjoy spicy food with. She is great no matter what the occasion.
Pride – Taste the biscuits and nuts, rounded off with fresh bitterness, very hoppy flavour and a smooth, warming aftertaste.
Flavour Characteristics: Full bodied malt flavour enhanced by a thick, wheat-derived head. Biscuity with a dry nutty finish.
Pilsner is the answer to South Africa’s changing demand for less alcohol, but without compromising the flavour. This Pilsner is slow brewed to perfection, with the same quality of ingredients as the premium lager, and still refreshing and vibrant to the last drop.
Flavour Characteristics: Primarily malty, sweeter than usual. Lightly hopped. Colour: Deep golden yellow.
Chocolate Stout is a sensuously savoury, rather than sweet, experience. Refreshing rather than filling. It’s the incredible magic of the not yet famous Chocolate Malt Stout.
Flavour Characteristics: Primarily malty, Colour: Deep Dark Brown.
Laughing Croc is a vibrant new blended Ale, consisting of imported andlocal malts. A roller coaster ride of flavours, that will be enjoyed by any true beer connoisseur. Refreshingly smooth infused with cascade hops.
Extraordinary craft beer made from natural spring water and the finest hops.
The extraordinary Black Horse Brewery, established by Bernard & Karen Botha early 2012, you will find Nuschka Botha, boasting the title of one of South Africa’s youngest female Brewers. Proudly brewing her next batch of excellent smooth and unique tasting Black Horse Beer that is served on tap and available at selected craft beer stores. Nuschka Botha (Brew Master Black Horse) assisted by Craig Groeneveld (Master Brewer Consultant).
Golden Lager: Hints of crispy caramelised malts. Medium malt aroma, with malty sweetness and honey tones.
Pale Ale: A hint of berry and bitter. The sweet taste lingers on your tongue followed by a hoppy after taste.
Red Ale: Balance between bitter and sweet. Malt and toffee like qualities. Colour ranges from amber to red copper.
Honey Porter: Our honey porter swims with undercurrents of dark chocolate and caramel with a delicate pecan and honey nut infusion, uniquely brewed with the finest hops and matured in our barrels. With a rich creamy top, this beer is one the finest dark ales in the world.
Ginger Ale: Ouma Bessie’s home made ginger beer recipe. Made with fresh ginger.
Ginger Berry: The ginger flavours are delicately infused with hints of strawberry and lemon.
Indian Pale Ale: Hops on the nose, hops on the tongue and hops all the way through for absolute hoppyness.
Bosheuvel Country Estate is set in the most idyllic setting and offers a variety of venues and events. Live shows on Saturday nights or Sundays. Breakfasts or lunches under the trees with a delicious menu to choose from as well as home brewed beer!
Beer Garden, Deli, Restaurant, Craft and Farmers Market. Hours: Wed – Thu: 10:00 – 19:00 | Fri – Sat: 10:00 – 23:00 | Sun: 10:00 – 16:00. Only 14 km from Lanseria International Airport.
Pinzgauer Dark Silence
Pinzgauer Rose Malt
Pinzgauer Ginger Viking
Pinzgauer Kaalgat Perske
At Boston Breweries, we brew 5 days a week, 24 hours a day. We follow a traditional brewing process to craft our beers.
The day starts by preparing specially selected malted barley, according to my recipe. All our barley is imported from Belgium and we have 25 different malts we can choose from. For example we use two-row Pilsner malt in our lagers.
Our Whale Tale Ale is crafted using Pale Ale malt, which adds a strong malty flavour, as well as Crystal malt, which imparts a rich, caramel-sweet aroma, a unique toffee-like flavour, as well as its golden colour.
My Johnny Gold Weiss recipe also uses malted wheat, which enhances the typical Bavarian wheat beer flavour. Wheat malt is essential in making wheat beers thanks to its protein that gives the beer a fuller mouth feel and enhanced beer head stability.
The Brewery is situated in the bustling business district of Paarden Eiland, Cape Town. It recently underwent a massive upgrade with its capacity doubled. This means more of the golden nectar flows from its tanks on a daily basis. We no longer do brewery tours and have replaced it with a purpose built Tasting Room situated in the Cape Quarter. Plenty of good beer available, expertly served from 10 taps.
We recently commissioned a 7.2KW solar pilot project. The system consists of 24 locally manufactured 300W Solar solar panels and produces 14500 KW/Hours of electricity per year, roughly 10% of our energy needs, saving just under 15 tons of CO2 emissions annually. A great step in the right direction and we look forward to expanding the project in the near future.
Brauhaus am Damm offers the ultimate in Beer.
Experience elegant simplicity with German flair at this exclusive micro-brewery set in the untouched mountains of the Magaliesberg.
Over-looking the magnificent Olifantsnek Dam, Brauhaus am Damm promises to earn the reputation for being the jewel of the Magaliesberg, with us you can feel free to enjoy our beer and delicious food in a class of its own, overlooking the dam, in our dining area admiring our brewery copper kettles or in our beer cellar and garden, you’ll find a space to suit your mood.
Indulge in sumptuous German fused meals while exploring our beers on offer.
At Brauhaus am Damm we have taken the utmost care to ensure you experience pure relaxation accompanied by warm and welcoming hospitality.
The name BRAUHAUS indicates a brewing operation of proud German tradition, while AM DAMM points to its location in close proximity to the Olifantsnek Dam.
The architecture of the building consists of modern and rustic elements, creating a perfect balance with the stunning backdrop of the Olifantsnek Dam and the surrounding Magaliesberg mountains.
The hi-tech brewery with its attractive copper and stainless steel finishes perfectly blend in as part of the decor, creating an unique and inviting ambience.
“Accomplishment through passion!” We proudly and passionately produce top quality German beers.
It is our personal mission to provide an unforgettable dining experience, complete with delicious and authentic German cuisine, a freshly brewed beer and excellent service.
All our beers are strictly brewed according to the Bavarian “Reinheitsgebot” of 1516. It is the oldest cuisine and beverage law in the world. This law states that only water, barley malt and hops may be used to produce beer. Yeast had yet to be discovered.
Our beers are made from the finest ingredients, imported straight from Germany. The combination of the brewing skills of our brewer, the high-tech brewing equipment and best ingredients produces a consistent high quality beer. Our traditional lager beers are available on tap after they have undergone a slow 4 week fermenting and maturing process. No filtering or pasteurising takes place in order to retain all of the beer’s flavour.
To keep discerning palates entertained our brewer experiments with new flavours and beer styles throughout the year. These beers are only available for limited periods of time.
Brewing Tours and Beer Tastings
This is your window into the fine art of brewing. A tour of our private brewery, including the cellar, will open your eyes to the dynamic factors of beer brewing. The tour provides a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the brewing process from start to finish. A professional guide will answer any questions you may have and a beer tasting session will help you make up your own mind about which beer to enjoy with your meal.
Bookings are essential! Group Sizes are restricted in order to ensure that you have an unforgetable hands on experience.
Brauhaus Pils: This rich amber coloured beer is brewed with a secret blend of 3 different types of the finest barley malt. The taste is sparkling and refreshing with a hint of apricot and honey flavours. The use of the legendary SAAZ hop gives it the distinct complex hop aroma, without too much bitterness. It is our brewer’s choice for an aperitif and to accompany the main course.
Farmers Draught: A blond-coloured lager in the style of the beer enjoyed in the famous beer halls of Bavaria, in other words a “Münchner Helles”. Light on the palate, with a crisp, dry pleasantly soft finish. A real drinking beer!
Brauhaus Dunkel: This dark, full flavoured beer with its cream-coloured head invites you to take your first ‘bite’. You will be surprised by the coffee, caramel and roast malt flavours which meet in full harmony. The pleasant bitterness will keep you company for a moment. A perfect match for main courses and desserts. This dark beauty gets you up to speed with its slightly increased alcohol content. Bon voyage!
Brauhaus-Weizen: A German Weiss- or Weizen Beer, brewed with 50% of the grist being wheat malt. Wheat malt has got a higher % of protein and that gives the beer the characteristic milky appearance. You will detect banana and clove flavours which derive from the Wheat beer yeast used to brew this unique beer. The Weizen is a refreshing beer with a lot of spritzy Co2, which produces a firm white head.
BrewCraft South Africa are the agents for BrewCraft International and supply Home Starter Brewery System & The GrainFather All Grain Brewing System … a wide range of Beer & Still Spirits Kits that have been created for people who love beer & spirits and want to make their own. Our range of International Beer Kits is not just any beer as we supply a wide variety of classic styles, each put together by experienced brewers using traditional high quality copper kettles and the best water removal techniques. Each International Beer Kit supplied is a top blend of malted barley, hops, water and yeast and delivers big authentic flavour, just the way it should. Only the best brewing ingredients are used and the distinctive characteristics of each brew are retained, to allow you to easily make your favourite style at your place. So when you choose a Mangrove Jack’s Home Starter Brewery Kit from BrewCraft South Africa you can be assured that you’ll get all of the taste, texture and drinking satisfaction you’re after. Just the way you like it!
Over the last 15 years BrewCraft Int. has developed into one the most respected brands in home beer brewing market and supplying to our specialised brew shops throughout the world and not supermarkets as others.
We have lead the way, constantly innovating and lifting the standard across a wide product range. Until recently the BrewCraft brand has not only been applied to a wide variety of products, but to retail outlets themselves through a series of licensing agreements.
In 2009 is was decided to some restructuring of brand offerings by introducing two new top quality brewing brands namely, Copper Tun & Mangrove Jack’s.
The BrewCraft Brand has be retained in the USA, Canadian, UK and South African markets where it has developed a strong following and continues to innovate and gain market share in those countries.