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The Occasional Brewer

Eugene Black, General Manager of The Occasional Brewer.
The Occasional Brewer is a Wellington-based business, where beer lovers can come along and craft their own brew.

The brewery’s popularity grew so fast, the business had to move to larger premises in 2016, less than two years after first opening.

General Manager Eugene Black says the relocation was both an exciting and exhausting time. When his team wanted to focus on growing the business, they were bogged down with the administrative hassle of telling all their customers and suppliers about the new premises.

“Moving to the Mount Cook location was absolutely the best thing we could’ve done for the business but, two years on, we still get deliveries and mail to our old address. Even trying to come up with a list of all of the people we had to tell about the move was a headache.”

“But if we’d had a New Zealand Business Number back then, it wouldn’t have been an issue.”

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About The Occasional Brewer – NZBN 9429041254226

The Occasional Brewer is the place you go to craft your own beer. With professional equipment and staff, you can enjoy a unique brewing experience and take home 40 litres of quality beer. Learn more at link).

Published: 22 August 2018