|Headquarters||Auburn, New South Wales
It was originally a brewer of premium beers, including Hahn Premium and Hahn Premium Light. The 1991 recession resulted in reduced demand, and forced a rethink of this policy. A more mainstream beer called Sydney Bitter was produced, with reasonable success. It has launched two new beers since then: Hahn Super Dry in 2006 and Hahn Super Dry 3.5 in 2009.
In 1993 the brewery was purchased by conglomerate Lion Nathan. Chuck was appointed as the Chief Brewer of the Lion Nathan Group which, at the time, operated eight breweries in Australia and New Zealand and two in China. Production of Hahn beers was moved to the Tooheys brewery in Auburn. The Camperdown brewery itself was renamed to the Malt Shovel Brewery in honour of Australia's first known brewery run and owned by James Squire. It is still operated under the direction of Chuck Hahn.
|Hahn Brewery Beers |
|Hahn Harvest Premium Ale||4.9%||Tap, 250ml Bottles, 375ml Bottles, 375ml Cans, 750ml Bottles|
|Hahn Ice Beer||4.6%||Tap, 375ml Bottles, 375ml Cans, 750ml Bottles|
|Hahn Pale Ale||4.6%||Tap, 330ml Bottles|
|Hahn Premium||4.6%||375ml Bottles, 375ml Cans, 750ml Bottles|
|Hahn Premium Australian Pilsener||4.0%||375ml Bottles, 375ml Cans|
|Hahn Premium Light||2.6%||Tap, 375ml Bottles, 375ml Cans|
|Hahn Special Vintage 2000 Millennium Ale||4.4%||Tap, 375ml Bottles|
|Hahn Super Dry||4.9%||Tap, 375ml Bottles, 700ml Bottles|
|Hahn Super Dry 3.5||3.5%||Tap, 375ml Bottles, 375ml Cans|
|Hahn Vienna Red||4.6%||Tap, 355ml Bottles, 375ml Cans|
|Hahn White||5.7%||375ml Bottles, 750ml Bottles|
|Hahn Witbier||5.2%||375ml Bottles|
- Downie, David. "A Quiet Beer with Dr Chuck Hahn". Australian Beers. Retrieved 29 April 2014.
- Terry Gourvish; Richard G. Wilson (2003). The Dynamics of the Modern Brewing Industry. Routledge. p. 218. ISBN 9781134756117.
- Stubbs, Brett J. (12 October 2012). "Small brewing’s first wave now a ripple". Australian Brew News. Retrieved 6 May 2014.
- "Hahn Brewing Company (Lion Nathan Co.)". RateBeer.com.
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