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The craft beer scene in Australia is growing at a rapid pace each year, with a new brewery opening up on average every 6 days. A few mates from Sydney have decided to have a crack at it, but found it hard to find information out there about opening a new brewery in Australia. They're recording all their conversations with brewery owners and professionals, sharing their learnings via a podcast to other aspiring brewery owners.
 
My name is Carrie Ibbetson and I am a Registered Dental Hygienist with nearly 20 years experience in the dental world. I have worked as a dental assistant, front office coordinator, and as a dental hygienist. I like to think that because I have immersed myself in all facets of the dental office that I have a pretty rounded idea of what dentistry and dental offices are all about. One unique thing about my career is that I have spent many years working as a temporary fill in for offices (think ...
 
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Today’s episode I chat with Canadian based Brewing Equipment Manufacturer and consultancy business Konig Brewing Systems. Founders Brad McQuhae & Balbir Sidhu invite along other members of their team, Sales Executive Paul Feaver & Technical Sales & Service operative Matthew AKA Mugg Cameron. In our chat we cover a lot of ground, discussing topics s…
 
We tell the story of an Ireland Witch and her associates, including her son. Listen to the special Halloween episode as we tell her tale AND celebrate the podcast's 10,000 download milestone! Thank you all for listening. Hopefully you are learning something new each week. Cheers to another 10K! Music by Dresden the Flamingo, Which Witch? (Full song…
 
Today’s episode we discuss Brewery Layouts & Designs. To provide some expert advice on this topic I’m joined by our resident brewer & brewery consultant Neil Playfoot, where we chat with John Gonzales from Bespoke Brewing Solutions and his new addition to the team, Justin Fox. In our conversation we cover what an aspiring brewery owner needs to kno…
 
Today’s episode we explore how to Build a Brewery on a Shoestring budget by talking with author of many books including the Brewery Operations Manual and the Affordable Brewery, and that is none other than US Based Brewpub Legend, Tom Hennessy from the Colorado Boy Brewery. Now for those that are unfamiliar with Tom, his been around the commercial …
 
Continuing on with Part 2 of our Gypsy Brewing segment, I chat with Founder & Owner Brad Walker of the Sutherland Shire based brewery, Sunday Road. Brad along with a number of other successful breweries, started out as a gypsy brewer before launching into his very own physical brewery. Beginning his journey in 2016, bouncing around a couple differe…
 
To kick off our first interview episode of Series 2, we dive deep into the Gypsy Brewing model. Now, It was hot topic in series 1 and has since been a very debated one within the BMAB community. So this is part 1 of the Gypsy brewing segment, where I catch up with prominent Gypsy Brewers Adam Betts from The Edge Brewing Project in Victoria and Tony…
 
We are back with Series 2 of the BMAB Podcast. Having 5 months off to recharge and re-focus, we've been busy with getting the website launched (that was constantly promised in Series 1) and filling it with more brewery building content for you all. In our introductory episode I explain where I am at with my own brewery build aspirations, introduce …
 
In this episode, we discuss the women that Sophia Jex-Blake met when she came to New England. A group of amazing female physicians that opened hospitals and schools and were trailblazers in their own right, who also happened to like the same sex. Also, talk about some very interesting festivals held in other parts of the world... not for the very c…
 
In 1865, the last man to be publicly hung in Scotland was Edward Pritchard. Listen to this week's episode to find out why he was deserving of such an honor. I tell this tale to a friend from the UK, Joe from the podcast Consistently Eccentric. Enjoy!! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Dissecting)…
 
The final episode of series 1, I thought it would be good to create an episode which nicely sums up the original series of the podcast. In the episode I recap my biggest learnings to date, explain where I am at in my brewery building plans and I also share with you all the future direction of the the Build Me A Brewery Podcast. Thanks again for eve…
 
Our final guest featured episode of series 1 of the podcast, and please make sure you tune into the Series Conclusion episode which is a brief summary and tie off over the past 5mths of learnings.. In todays episode, I chat with General Manager of the Independent Brewers Association (IBA), Kylie Lethbridge to discuss their role in the Independent c…
 
Coming to the pointy end of the original series of the podcast, our second last episode to be exact. Today’s episode I meet up with Director of BSK Projects, Benedikt Schikora to discuss the services and benefits of engaging a Project Management firm to guide an aspiring brewery owner through the convoluted and intricate nature of a brewery project…
 
In this episode, I meet up with Co-Founder & Director Peter McGee of Victual. Now I like to best describe Victual as a turnkey safety management system that Brewery Owners and related industries can access and utilise for developing formal safety processes within their business. They offer much more than this, which Peter shares with us in today’s …
 
In this episode, we heavily dive into the formal training options available across Australia and Globally in the Brewing Industry, where I chat with Young Henry’s Co-Founder & IBA Training Advocate Leader Richard Adamson who has been pivotal in the development of the CIII Microbrewing course here in NSW and the greater national TAFE course framewor…
 
In this episode, I manage to line up a chat with Supply Chain Leader Rich Crowe of the Fermentum Group, including brands such as Stone & Wood, Fixation and just recently acquired Two Birds, as well as being joined by Brew life & Impact Leader Elise Skinner. Rich having over 15 years in both small and big brewing businesses and Elise having a strong…
 
Not a topic or segment that I considered when starting this podcast. They can be applied to any business across practically any industry, but our episodes and conversations today are tailored and applied to life within a brewery’s business. More than just one topic, but I feel they all have an important role to play and they seem to interrelate and…
 
In this episode, I meet up with serial Beer Entrepreneur Rich Coombes from Kaddy. Having started other beer and cider ventures in the past, including Batlow Cider and Canberra’s Capital Brewing, Rich and other co-founder and former UBER Australia Head of Operations Mike Abbott, are streamlining the way suppliers and customers in the alcoholic bever…
 
In this episode, I chat with Bryant Soorkia from Ready Set China who represents and imports a number of famous Australian beer brands into mainland China. Not a topic I thought I would cover, especially for those just starting their brewery building journey, but the opportunity to chat with Bryant presented itself and I am glad I did so. As craft i…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Group Quality & Sustainability Manager of the Endeavour Drinks Group, Diarmaid O’Mordha. Most of you will know that the Endeavour Drinks group is the largest beverage retailer and distributor in Australia with well known bottleshops such as Dan Murphy’s and BWS, and the giant pubs & clubs network ALH Group. Diarmaid…
 
In this week’s segment we discuss the inner workings of Beer distribution and how Breweries work with distributors and retailers to send their beer far and wide into bottleshops, pubs and clubs. In part 1 of the segment, I talk with Founder and Director Andy Harris from Motus Transport. Being a family owned & operated transportation and logistics c…
 
In this episode, I chat with well-known figure within the Australian Craft Beer Industry, James Smith, who was the founder of Good Beer Week and online magazine & new resource, The Crafty Pint. Originally from the UK and working for a newspaper over there, James and his wife then moved over to Australia in 2008. After being introduced to a few peop…
 
In this episode, I chat with highly sought after Graphic Designer within the Craft Beer Industry, Jarrod Fuller from Zendoke Design. A very chilled out and down to earth character, Jarrod has a large portfolio of breweries both here in Australia and Internationally, and many listeners may of put hands on cans that he has designed such as Nail Brewi…
 
In this episode, I chat with Adam Mumford from Men At Work Agency who provide full marketing & advertising suite of services including Public Relations, Content Creation, Digital, Social Media and much more. As the name implies, they lean more towards male driven products and brands including Ryobi, Kennard's Hire and also within the craft beer spa…
 
A breweries brand is so important in a continuously growing and competitive market place. Brewing beer is only a small part of a brewery’s overall operations, and whilst a good quality and consistent product can speak for itself at times, having a well thought out marketing plan on how you are going to ensure your beer is getting into more thirsty …
 
Part 2 of the Beer Packaging segment, I meet up with Nick Becker from Konvoy Kegs to talk about how they help breweries with rental and leasing options for their keg fleet management. Nick was an investor of the famous Harts Pub in the Sydney Rocks area, and then following other Harts Pub owner Mark Fethers to start the Rocks Brewery now over in Al…
 
So you’ve built your brewery, customers are enjoying having your beers in your tap room, demand is starting to gather momentum, now what? Have you considered what you will do for takeaways other than growlers, are their opportunities to get your beer into local bottleshops or pubs, or are there talks currently going on with beverage distributors to…
 
1815 Dr. James Barry became a British Army surgeon with many secrets. In this episode we will be expanding on the medical life of this fascinating person. To get an even fuller picture of their life, you are encouraged to check out What's Her Name podcast for the Dr. James Barry episode. Enjoy Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Dissecting)…
 
In this episode I chat with Research & Development Associate, Avi Shayevitz from Lallemand Brewing over in Canada. An avid homebrewer and a passion for the science behind the brewing process having a Masters Degree in Food Science, Avi dives into the important considerations in regards to Yeast that Breweries need to get their head around in the co…
 
In this episode, I head up to Newcastle’s Foghorn Brewhouse to meet up with National Sales Manager Michael Capaldo from Hop Products Australia to discuss the supply side of things when it comes to Hops, a crucial ingredient when it comes to your beer. Similar to Hayden, Michael is well placed to share his advice when it comes to Hops Supply having …
 
We now move on to our Raw Materials & Ingredient Suppliers segment. This is where we talk all things Malt, Hops and Yeast and the important considerations on each in regards to building relationships with suppliers, contracts, handling and storage and much more. Our first episode of the segment, I chat with Hayden Lockie from Gladfield Mallt. Hayde…
 
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