Soon to Open! New Craft Brewery and Taproom at The Sheds

Did you know that Hip Hops Brewers, a craft brewery and taproom with a landscaped beer garden, will open at The Sheds in Brendale in late 2022?

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The Sheds, the latest dining destination in Brendale, is home to My Oh My and The Coffee Hut. And soon, the Brendale-based precinct will be welcoming start-up Hip Hops Brewers at the Shed 3.

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Hip Hops head brewer Adam Gibb reveals that he developed a love of beer when he was just 18 and he admits that ever since then, it has always been “intertwined with his life.”  Whilst he would do home brewing every now and then, it was not until 2012 that he took brewing seriously and started volunteering within the beer community.

He would eventually establish his own microbrewery, White Brick Brewing, in 2017 which had a successful run until COVID-19 lockdowns hit hard on the start-up business and forced it to close after three years.

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With the help of Accountant Shaun Reeves and a group of “mates”, Adam was able to raise enough funds to restart the business with a new brand, mantra and logo.

“Good things come to those who wait.  Your patience will be rewarded. With huge thanks to a local business identity, investors have been found and committed to a resurrection.  Watch out this year for Hip Hops Brewers, Mr Gibbs’ social media post reads. 

“Forgive the move from North Lakes, but we are still in Moreton Bay.  We will be located at The-Sheds At Brendale.  We plan to be open second half of the year.  18 taps of liquid gold will pour White Brick Brewing heritage range beers, plus some exciting new releases by Hip Hops Brewers.” 

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Shaun Reeves, Accountant and co-owner said Hip Hops Brewers’ mantra was to brew local beer that people will not only enjoy but love as well. 

“We hope to experiment with wild ferments and to collaborate with other regional breweries and producers to bring Brendale quality and balanced brews,” he said.

“You may not always notice a bad beer, but you will really appreciate a balanced beer when the malt and hops are in harmony, the flavour dances across your taste buds, the smile on your face has come from your stomach and you can’t help but say “life is good”.

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“While Brendale has traditionally been very industrial, we believe it is about to come of age as the next emerging entertainment area.

“The Sheds are the perfect spot for a busy brewery with a taproom, outdoor canopy area and landscaped gardens creating the ideal place for a drink with family and friends.”

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To house, the new brewery is Shed 3 which Wattle Run is now redeveloping. The new premises will include a large canopy for outdoor seating and an interior that will sport a rustic look with concrete floors and Big Ass Fans to make the venue a more comfortable place for friends and family to enjoy.

“The Hip Hops Brewers are the perfect fit for Shed 3 and we’re excited to welcome them to The Sheds and our local community,” Jenny Fisher, Director of Wattle Run said. 

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Shaun said Hip Hops intends to add a cider to their menu on top of some classic White Brick brews that craft beer aficionados have grown to love. As a preview of what’s coming, Shaun said that they have created a mid-strength Australian Pale Ale with wild rosella in collaboration with Little Tree Bake and Brew in Samford.

“You’ll just have to wait till we open and see what surprises we have on tap,” Shaun said.