App helps craft beer fans find venues and suggests brews
Craft beer has become an increasingly popular industry in recent years and we’ve already seen a student-owned microbrewery in Canada and New Zealand-based Yeastie Boys offer up the recipe to its open-source Digital IPA. Coming out of California, Untappd is an app that connects beer fans with vendors and new drinks recommendations. READ MORE…

App helps craft beer fans find venues and suggests brews

Craft beer has become an increasingly popular industry in recent years and we’ve already seen a student-owned microbrewery in Canada and New Zealand-based Yeastie Boys offer up the recipe to its open-source Digital IPA. Coming out of California, Untappd is an app that connects beer fans with vendors and new drinks recommendations. READ MORE…

This week we’re speaking to entrepreneur Ian Williams. Ian spent many years working in the brewing industry, becoming the first person in New Zealand and the youngest person in the world to achieve Master Brewer status. Having worked in breweries all over the world, Ian returned to his homeland in 2006 and began working on a prototype all-in-one brewing appliance.

After five years of development, Ian has now launched the WilliamsWarn, a personal brewing machine that can produce customized, commercial-quality beer in as few as seven days. Developed with the help of government funding from the Ministry of Science and Innovation (MSI)’s TechNZ business support programme, the WilliamsWarn is currently available in New Zealand, with the company hoping to soon expand to other countries as well. READ MORE…