Showing posts with label boundary. Show all posts
Showing posts with label boundary. Show all posts

Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Chloe Dancer @ Boundary Tap Takeover BrewBot March 5th

Boundary Brewing Co-op turns one this year and to celebrate the taps at BrewBot Belfast are being taken over for the evening by Boundary and friends, starting March 5th at 6pm, and I'm super excited that Chloe Dancer will see its first public availability on tap.



White Hag, Yellow Belly and Galway Bay Brewery will also be on the taps and the brewers will be there to chew the fat. I'll be there too, if you want to stop by and say hello.

Chloe Dancer is extremely rare (for now*) but I'm delighted that a keg is also going to BrewDog Clapham Junction as part of their St. Patrick's week celebration, as well as The Great Scottish Beer Celebration, which is to Glasgow what Indyman is to Manchester.

Boundary's Specials (Border Hopper No. 2 will also be at Brewbot)
http://boundarybrewing.coop/specials

Great Scottish Beer Celebration
http://greatscottishbeercelebration.co.uk/

BrewDog Clapham Junction
https://www.facebook.com/brewdogclapham/
https://twitter.com/BrewDogClaphamJ


Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Boundary Set to Enter Second Round of Funding

Matthew Dick, founder, part-owner and head honcho at Boundary Brewing Co-op is quite a remarkable chap. Anyone who knows Matthew will know that he has a great knowledge and appreciation of beer, an infectiously positive personality, and a great drive to succeed. Combining these was always going to produce results and the first of those was achieved in spectacular style just a year ago when Boundary set a target of £70,000 and within just 8 days had raised £100,000 via a community share offering.

So it would come as no surprise that Boundary are going back to raise more capital. The business is quite successful with demand outstripping supply so it's time to take it up a notch.

Boundary will be launching another share offering to raise another £100,000, this time to buy among other things a canning line. The craft beer market is increasingly moving away from bottles in favour of cans so this would be seen my many as a wise investment.

The offering is to go live on December 7th to new members. Keep an eye here. I know I'll be investing.