New Moa brewery owner Stephen Smith says “only time will tell” if the $1.9m he paid for one of New Zealand’s biggest craft brands was foolhardy or genius.
Brewer David Nicholls is leaving Moa after 13 years to start his own brewery in the wine-growing region of Blenheim.
A move from glass bottles to cans drove an increase in market share for New Zealand’s Moa Brewing in the last financial year according to its latest annual report.
NZX-listed brewer Moa Group grew volume, revenue and gross margin in the financial year ended 31 March 2016.
Moa Group CEO Geoff Ross and director David Poole have increased their shareholdings in the brewer, which has more than doubled its share price in seven months.
As Carlton & United Breweries confirms the axing of several Matilda Bay and Cascade beers, we thought it worth recapping some of the other beers that were deleted in 2015.
There was no spin offered by Shane Warne’s manager, when asked why the cricketer’s SKW 99 Not Out Pale Ale would not feature this summer.
New Zealand brewer Moa Group has announced strong half-yearly growth and its biggest ever order from Australia, but that won’t include the beer it released in partnership with cricketer Shane Warne.
Most of the volume produced by NZ’s Moa Brewing Company is now packaged in a new lower cost bottle, CEO Geoff Ross has revealed.
New Zealand beer writer Phil Cook has sparked discussion with a blistering post about Moa’s branding in their IPO documents….