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Black Hops Shuts Down Brisbane Taproom Permanently

Black Hops Shuts Down Brisbane Taproom Permanently

Black Hops brewery announces the permanent closure of its Brisbane taproom. Find out more about the future plans of the brewery.

In a recent development, Black Hops brewery has announced the permanent closure of its East Brisbane taproom. Despite a warm welcome from the local community, and a change in ownership and management, the Brisbane outlet could not be saved.

Black Hops entered voluntary administration a few months back and has since been purchased by new owners. Nick Boots, the former general manager of Stone & Wood, was appointed as the new CEO. However, these changes weren’t enough to secure the future of the Brisbane Taproom.

In a social media post, Black Hops shared its regret about the closure. The brewery expressed its gratitude to the local community for their support and hospitality.

“We’re sad to confirm the permanent closure of our East Brisbane taproom. Having a home in Brisbane and being welcomed so warmly by the local community has been an exciting time for us, and for that, we are very thankful,” the post read.

However, the brewery remains optimistic about the future. It expressed hopes of opening another venue in Brisbane in the future and continues to work closely with its Brisbane trade customers to ensure that the favourite Black Hops brews remain available.

The post also assured patrons that the brewery’s two Gold Coast taprooms in Burleigh Heads & Biggera Waters continue to operate as usual. “Our team will continue to create and deliver the high-quality beer you love,” the brewery added.

The brewery invited its patrons to visit their Gold Coast taprooms when they’re in the area next, ensuring that the recent changes would not affect the production of their popular beer.

Farewell Black Hops Brisbane

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Black Hops Shuts Down Brisbane Taproom Permanently

Black Hops Shuts Down Brisbane Taproom Permanently

Black Hops brewery announces the permanent closure of its Brisbane taproom. Find out more about the future plans of the brewery.

In a recent development, Black Hops brewery has announced the permanent closure of its East Brisbane taproom. Despite a warm welcome from the local community, and a change in ownership and management, the Brisbane outlet could not be saved.

Black Hops entered voluntary administration a few months back and has since been purchased by new owners. Nick Boots, the former general manager of Stone & Wood, was appointed as the new CEO. However, these changes weren’t enough to secure the future of the Brisbane Taproom.

In a social media post, Black Hops shared its regret about the closure. The brewery expressed its gratitude to the local community for their support and hospitality.

“We’re sad to confirm the permanent closure of our East Brisbane taproom. Having a home in Brisbane and being welcomed so warmly by the local community has been an exciting time for us, and for that, we are very thankful,” the post read.

However, the brewery remains optimistic about the future. It expressed hopes of opening another venue in Brisbane in the future and continues to work closely with its Brisbane trade customers to ensure that the favourite Black Hops brews remain available.

The post also assured patrons that the brewery’s two Gold Coast taprooms in Burleigh Heads & Biggera Waters continue to operate as usual. “Our team will continue to create and deliver the high-quality beer you love,” the brewery added.

The brewery invited its patrons to visit their Gold Coast taprooms when they’re in the area next, ensuring that the recent changes would not affect the production of their popular beer.

Farewell Black Hops Brisbane

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