Some exciting news for me.
I'll be brewing full time at The Wobbly Chook Brewing Company in Yamba, NSW. It's a small scale, pilot brewery with planned expansion to a larger production brewery within two years. Due to zoning & council regulations, the brewery will be focusing on beers brewed on site with growlers the only allowed takeaway. At this stage, we're looking to have 6 beers on tap with 4 core beers & 2 seasonal changeovers. The planned production brewery will allow us to keg & can for other establishments. Installation date is scheduled for the first week in December 2020, but I'm guessing officially open to the public sometime late January, early February. Smack bang in the middle of the township & easy walking distance from the caravan parks or anywhere in town.
Woodfired pizzas, cheese & meat platters, live bands & just a darn good time.
Good news. Mrs warra and I spent a few days in Yamba last July after returning from Qld to see our family up there. It'll be our regular stop off spot on our journey to see our family (daughter + husband, son + wife, and all our grandkids are in Brisbane).
The only brewery I could find was way out towards the highway, so it will be great to have one in the town. I always look for local craft breweries every place we visit.
There's no one on the face of this earth that's better suited to that role than Chook.
Every time they come out to my place to taste a new beer on tap, he's here for the long haul. He always turns up with an esky full of prawns or mud crabs which go hand in hand with a cold one. I'm really excited but a tad nervous at the same time.