Discussing :: Interview: Ian Williams

New Zealand has never been short on innovators and this year a Kiwi brewmaster and engineer launched the world’s first personal brewery to much international acclaim and interest.  Ian Williams began his brewing career at 21 when he graduated from Massey University with a degree in Food Technology and a desire to make the amber nectar.  He spent 5 years at Tui Brewery in Mangatainoka, learning his trade and became the first New Zealander with a proper brewmasters qualification, the Diploma Master Brewer from the Institute of Brewing, London.  He then went with Asia Pacific Breweries (who own DB Breweries) to Singapore and then... read full article

#1

Steve
Interview: Ian Williams

Would love one of these in the man shed. Will have to wait till I win Lotto though I think.

#2

Chris

It tastes damn good from one of these personal brewery machines too. I tried one the other day. Was very impressed.

#3

John

WOW! I love a good beer, the Euro beers are nice and I like a Malty flavoured beer

#4

JasonMantis

You know, there are a thousand reasons to live in this beautiful country of ours. This is just one of them.

#5

Reno

Got to love the kiwi no.8 wire mentality.

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