But you do see beer for sale all the time on ebay. Usually just one or two bottles from a discontinued line making it collectable, but these guys don't seem to need a licence. Any lawers out there no the legal stance for selling booze over ebay?
Having read the article it looks like he is just selling kits on a party plan so people can make their own homebrew for the $8 a carton. At that price it looks like the Woolies Home brand kit and a kilo of dextrose.
Although SABSOSA results show Woolies is a winner in the Aussie Premium Lager category.
News travels fast these days!
I'm the bloke selling the homebrew kits in the MX paper. Was told of this chat so thought that I better join to defend myself - and The Brew Crew.
I'm not selling pissy "woolies kits". I'm selling 60lt fully kitted fermentors for $60. For those in the know, they are the ones produced by Atlas Plastics in Sydney.(Kit with stuff for first 50 longies = $85).
Also supplying current brewers with all their needs with a home-delivery service(melbourne metro area).
No, I am not selling beer.
Get on board!
Are you named after the great Michael Roach....the man whose number I proudly wore on my duffle caot?
Sell all types, most popular being Cooper's & Black Rock. Also sell grain & hops but as most of our member's are new to brewing, most of our deliveries are tins & bags of various quantities of dextrose / maltodex / malt.
see ya mate,
Roach is from an embarrasing experience in pouring one of my early all grain APA's from a bottle for tasting by an experienced group of all grainers. You cam probably guess what happen. Suffice to say 'roach hop' wasn't on the promash recipe.