Back in January 2015, UBrew took to the UK-based equity crowdfunding platform to raise £75,000 so that it may expand its operations. During its funding round, the company secured £110,730 from 125 investors.
In its review, The Guardian declared:
“Ubrew is unusual in this group for a number of reasons. It is open all week (except Mondays) and, hidden away on a business park off Old Jamaica Road, it operates both as a bar and an open-access brewery, where the public can pay to use its brewing equipment. Hardcore beer geeks will love all this, not least the choice of 10 high-quality keg beers at the bar and Ubrew’s selection of experimental bottled ales, such as Billionaire Stout and Donald Chump, which are brewed onsite. Ubrew also hosts irregular launches for new beers and magazines, as well as homebrewing and meet-the-brewer evenings.”
Showing appreciation for the shout out, the UBrew team shared on Twitter:
— U B R E W (@ubrewcc) February 17, 2016
— Crowdcube (@Crowdcube) February 17, 2016
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