Brewery

Still Slow…

It’s been a while, so we figured a status update was due:

1.  We are still searching for space.  We have increased the amount of square foot we are looking for in hopes of creating more options.  Currently, we have a great possibility.  It has a decent amount of square foot, which will allow us to grow decently in the future.  The location is also pretty key, with metro access, and plenty of future growth itself.  We are hoping to be able to do a site survey, so that we can see how things will fit and if the space is in good condition.

2.  We are now playing around with what the third flagship beer may be, and exploring some fruit options.  Adding fruit will have us stray from the Reinheitsgebot, but we feel that it will be a fun and delish change.

3.  We have recently started a campaign to try and win a grant provided for by Chase & Living Social.  It’s for small businesses, and would really help provide some great capital for us.  It would allow us to expand some possibilities, and to double the size of our planned brewhouse, helping out with future demand and growth.  We are currently over a third of the way to the 250 required votes to be considered, and we have till the end of June to receive those votes.  If you could take a moment of your time, stop by and vote for Low Brau.  Just click the link below, log in through your Facebook account, and search for Low Brau.  We thank you in advance for your vote, and hope to be sharing beers with you soon.

2 Comments on Still Slow…

  • Mike S. says:
    June 17, 2012 at 11:28 pm

    Just voted. I wouldn’t be too concerned with the Reinheitsgebot, especially since yeast and wheat malt weren’t mentioned in the original text. Hope you get the grant.

    Best,

    Mike

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    • steven says:
      June 20, 2012 at 6:39 pm

      Thanks for voting. We are at 128 votes now, with only 10 more days, so we hope we can pull off qualifying.

      We are looking forward to playing with some beer styles, so hope we can keep it interesting.

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