A new wave of equity crowdfunding campaigns from brewing industry businesses this year has prompted questions about the valuation and workings of a crowdfunded business.
Beer Cartel’s crowdfunding campaign has raised more than $500,000 in the space of just 48 hours as it targets $2 million.
Yeastie Boys has sold a 12.5 per cent stake in the business to UK drinks distributor KBE Drinks as it deals with post-COVID challenges.
Rebellion Brewing is now inviting members of the public to own a piece of its brewery through an equity crowdfunding offer with Birchal.
To drum up interest for its latest equity crowdfunding campaign, BrewDog AU is offering limited-edition Triple J Hottest 100-inspired six-packs to investors.
Scottish craft beer business BrewDog has launched an Australian equity crowdfunding raise valuing the local business at $100 million.
Behemoth Brewing is celebrating a bittersweet capital raise that netted them $1.8m but left some investors upset they were unable to invest because of technical glitches.
Less than 18 months after raising $2 million in crowdfunding, Auckland-based Behemoth brewery is looking for additional capital as it aims to expand its empire.
Despite bullish projections during its equity crowd funding campaign, Endeavour Beverages has reported a larger loss in its first report following the process.
This week on the podcast we look at how equity crowdfunding campaigns are doing one year on as well as the weeks beer news.