The Bell Copper mine is becoming the first brewery in New South Wales to make its beers.
The mine is home to Bellco, which makes its own hops and other ingredients, and has the ability to make up to 10,000 litres a day of beer.
Its production capacity has increased from 6,000 tonnes a year to 8,000, and its customers include the local government and the local sports teams.
The Bell Co-op brewery is expected to open its doors in late May and the brewery’s staff will be based at the brewery.
The first brewpub opened in Brisbane, Queensland, in 2005, but has been a long time coming.
In 2012, the Bell Coop Brewing Company opened a small brewpub in Brisbane to be followed by the Bellco Brewing Company in 2016.
“We have always been about bringing people together and bringing out a passion for brewing,” said Bellco Brewmaster, Greg Anderson.
Bellco is a small brewer and the first in New England. “
This is the next big step in our journey towards becoming a New Zealand brewery.”
Bellco is a small brewer and the first in New England.
It was founded in 1989 by two brothers, Tim and Tim Bennett.
“I remember the first time we brewed in our kitchen in the pub was when I was nine years old,” Mr Anderson said.
“The first brew I brewed was a beer called The Brewmaster.
It’s been a lifelong dream of mine to brew at home.”
It’s really a great feeling to be the first to be able to offer New Zealanders the opportunity to taste the best of the world’s best beer in our brewery.
Mr Bennett is a retired teacher, and had been teaching at the local primary school when he found the opportunity. “
In our first few years, we were struggling,” Mr Bennett said.
Mr Bennett is a retired teacher, and had been teaching at the local primary school when he found the opportunity.
“At the time, it was just us and the pub, so it wasn’t a lot of time spent out and about,” he said.
The brewery will be able sell to local customers, including the local police force, and the city’s local council.
“A lot of people in the city have been supporting us in a way,” Mr Andersen said.
He said the brewery would be the perfect fit for the area, which is in the midst of a massive boom.
“They are looking for something that they can be proud of and they want to see something special happening in the local area,” Mr Bowen said.
Bellco brews its beers in a separate room that is shared with its brewpub.
“People love seeing us brewing and seeing us tap, but it is the community that loves seeing us brew,” Mr Bowman said.