Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Traveling Cowboys: WilliamsWarn Beervolition Continues with Updates from Brewers in Auckland, NZ

"Fresherder" Beer


We are well down the path of beer liberation and beervolition by making and drinking our very own fresh beer.

It means that we are no-longer donating up to 51% in taxes and excise to non-value adding parties like local, provincial and federal government, and a further 25% in transport, packaging, branding, distribution and retailing. We've taken back our beer. We've taken control of our beverage and it saves us a huge sum of money.

To make our own beer is as simple as making a cup of tea. We do it using the help, equipment, and ingredients of WilliamsWarn. Not only is it a ridiculously simple, consistent and an almost fault-proof way of making beer, it also guarantees that our beer tastes better. It is fresh, the way bread must be fresh to enjoy it at its best.

We get to experiment with every possible traditional beer style and hops combination. We are also doing non-traditional style beer with chocolate, vanilla, fruits, and spices. If we've had enough of beer (not that it will ever happen), we do ciders with ginger, elderflower, and berries. The combinations and the options for creativity are endless.

If you have to ask us about our most important piece of equipment in our kitchens, we have to confess it is our WilliamsWarn BrewKegs. It is our path to liberation, frugality, freshness and our own great tasting freshly brewed beer!

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Others' Beer


We made another beer run Downunder in the early parts of Summer 2017 to meet more beervolitionaries courtesy of WilliamsWarn. We also got a chance to experiment with some recipes in the WilliamsWarn test kitchen in Hastings, New Zealand.

Below you will meet some of the people that we visited and get a view of our escapades.

Enjoy their stories, and let us know in the comments if you've made the move to liberating your beer.

When you are ready to join us in our beervolition, we can introduce you to the good people at WilliamsWarn and give them a reason to launch WilliamsWarn North America sooner than planned.

Hendrik van Wyk
Brew Cowboy

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Wedding Beer with Mike Wade-French

Harpurs Brewing Co.

The Fox - Auckland Viaduct

Karaka Bridge Brewery - Mancave!



69 on K'Road Auckland, NZ


Jason Hill, Auckland

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