Unexpected challenges have hit during the Melbourne lockdowns according to Sean Ryan of Killer Sprocket, but he is optimistic for the future of the city’s brewing industry.
This week on the podcast, Pete visits local Sean Ryan from Killer Sprocket. The bearded heavy metal funnyman has been brewing for almost a decade but has only recently set up a shop of his own.
Killer Sprocket have set down roots for the first time after seven years of nomad brewing, marking a growing trend which has seen contract breweries invest in bricks and mortar, customer-facing sites.
James Davidson meets Sean Ryan, the man behind one of Melbourne’s latest beer brands, Killer Sprocket…