Yeastie Boys isn’t your conventional brewery. They span the northern and southern hemisphere, operating out of the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia, their products are readily available in national supermarkets, and yet they don’t own a brewhouse of their own.
This week we talk to the benevolent dictator of the Yeastie Boys, Stu McKinlay, about moving his family from New Zealand to brew their beers at Brew Dog and establish beers like Gunnamatta and Digital IPA.
Now, Yeastie Boys has a head brewer and brews out of Dark Revolution Brewery as well as across the country, collaborating with the likes of Thornbridge, Abbeydale Brewery, Vocation and many more. Also, Nick shares some exciting news from SIBA Beer X…!
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