in a bag product that turns tap water into beers, ciders and wines is
continuing its expansion plans by searching for overseas partners ahead of the
launch of additional products in the range.
brew-at-home product with a worldwide patent – is revolutionising the market for
creating drinks at home.
beers which are produced simply by adding water to the Moonshine bag to create
quality, naturally brewed beer in around two weeks.
countries, a range of ciders and wines is planned for launch in Autumn 2014….
using the same ‘just add water’ technique.
to distribute the growing product range or even produce locally under licence
in more distant markets.
perfect time for overseas distributors to talk to Moonshine Drinks,” said Moonshine
Drinks’ Richard Worrall. “We are now looking for retail or distribution
partners who could generate sales outside the UK on a distribution or
production licence basis.”
through premium retailer Lakeland and via upmarket garden centres and stores,
with about 300 outlets now stocking the product. The range includes:
– a lighter, golden ale with a hoppy flavour
Candles – a medium bitter, traditional malty British ale
Adder – a dark beer akin to a mild with a subtle liquorice flavour
All brew to about 4.2% ABV strength and are ready to drink
around two weeks after the brewing process begins and last a further month.
Each brew-at-home-system comes in a striking, space-saving tube, which contains
a brewing bag with malt extract inside, a sachet of ‘Moondust’
(yeast/nutrients), a yellow brewing cap and instructions for use.
therefore do not require a special licence to be sold) and have a year’s shelf
life. Also suitable for vegetarians, they contain natural ingredients and are
simple and fun to brew. The Moonshine beers produce 25 pints or about 14 litres
of beer from just one bag and are the easiest way to produce craft beer at
Pinot Grigio, rosé Zinfandel and red Cabernet Sauvignon) are due to be
launched in the Autumn to give a full range of drinks.
conjunction with experts at The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent
University, was awarded an innovation award from the Food and Drink iNet during
malt suppliers, Muntons, to create the individual mix of ingredients which are
the basis for such superb drinks.
potentially work with Moonshine Drinks should contact Richard Worrall on firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.