149: Started an independent non-alcoholic beer company in 2020, aged 39, normalizing a non-alcoholic drinking culture. From 3 to 10 FTEs, grew volume & revenue by 200% in a year with 1,500 customers nationally & now started exporting. (Andy Miller) australia brewing fte 11-20 podcast sales $1m-$3m aud Oct 18, 2021

In this episode, I interview Andy Miller, the Co-founder, and CEO at Heaps Normal, an independent non-alcohol beer company based in Canberra, Australia, changing the drinking culture to a new drink standard. Heaps Normal was co-founded by four mates, each with their reasons for wanting to reduce...

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135: A trip to the US with a friend hatched the idea to start their own brewing company. Gave up their full-time jobs & began their journey in the Craft Beer industry in 2011. From 2 FTE to 20 FTE with 30% yearly revenue growth until 2018. (Danielle Allen) australia brewing fte 11-20 podcast sales $5m-$10m aud Aug 29, 2021

In this episode, I interview Danielle Allen, a business leader and co-founder of Two Birds Brewing, a brewing company based in Melbourne, Australia, developing and manufacturing craft beers for retail and on-premise sales in venues across Australia. This is Australia’s first female-owned...

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012: In 2013 Took Over a Dead Bar Venue, Turned it into a Thriving Craft Beer and American-style Food Pub Initially Growing 20% Each Year and Now With 13 FTE, Added a Small Brewery and Soon Opening a Craft Beer Bottle Shop (Kris Miles) australia brewing fte 11-20 podcast sales $0.5m-$1m aud tasmania Mar 15, 2020

In this episode, I’ll have a conversation with Kris Miles, the co-owner of the Winston Ale House and The Winston Brewery, both in North Hobart, Tasmania. When Kris and his wife Caroline’s local pub went up for sale, they couldn’t pass on the opportunity to snap it up. After...

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004: From selling 10,000 to 200,000 litres of beer annually with a team of 15, after five years of growing the brewery fast he stood down as founding General Manager (Brendan Parnell) australia brewing fte 11-20 podcast sales $1m-$3m aud tasmania Jan 19, 2020

A few months ago Brendan stepped down as General Manager (GM) of Hobart Brewing Co. (HBC), but remains a Director and shareholder. He knew the next chapter of growth the business needed was going to require different skills and experience to what he had, and some fresh blood.

In late...

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