It’s the opening line of countless bad jokes but it’s not too often that ‘A guy walks into a bar’ starts a business success story. In this instance the bartender and the punter get chatting over their shared love of beer and music.
Young Henrys Brewery was established in the back streets of Newtown in Sydney’s Inner-West in 2012, and today is a proudly independent national beer brand sending cans, bottles and kegs around the country.
As much as things have grown in seven years, including the addition of a gin distillery in 2014, Young Henrys still calls Newtown home.
The values on which Young Henrys started remains a kind of cultural compass guiding what they do.
Whether you’re at a footy game, an art opening, or a heavy metal music festival. Or you’re that guy who walks into a bar...
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