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Mottly Brew closed

Post by TheBeerNut » Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:49 pm

Just saw on Twitter that Mottly Brew has closed for good. Sorry to see it go.
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Post by Saruman » Thu Mar 29, 2018 12:26 pm

It's a shame yeah. My friend Derek used to get all his stuff there rather than order online.
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Re: Mottly Brew closed

Post by The Mottly Brew » Mon Apr 02, 2018 12:58 pm

Yes unfortunately it's true we tried for over 4yrs to make it work but it had to come to an end. I myself appreciate all the friends I've made over the 4 years young and old from all walks of life from head brewers to brewery owners to home brewers and the usual keyboard warriors who always keep life interesting :).

It was great to see Homebrewers make their own brands like

Shane Dot Brewing
Phil Crafty bear
Stone barrel who have come along way in a short time.

It's hard to run a business these days but we tried and homebrewing is a hard business to make money at. Homebrewing has changed an awful lot over the years from tins of malt extract to brewers wanting the best of grains and Hops available in small amounts. It's great to see the wonderful beers being produced and recipes going into production.

Anyway that said I still love all things brewing but unfortunately you can't n live on passion alone. It was a great journey which I don't regret and the messages of support I received were greatly appreciated. Now to a new journey Hoppy brewing and all the best from Ian.

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