Hahn Brewery

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Hahn Brewery
Industry Alcoholic beverage
Founded 1986
Founders Charles Hahn
Headquarters Auburn, New South Wales
Australia
Products Beer
Owners Lion Nathan
Website http://www.hahn.com.au/

Hahn Brewery was established by Dr Charles "Chuck" Hahn in 1988[1] at an old factory site in the suburb of Camperdown in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

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.[1] 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.[2] 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.[1] Production of Hahn beers was moved to the Tooheys brewery in Auburn. The Camperdown brewery itself was renamed to the Malt Shovel Brewery[3] in honour of Australia's first known brewery run and owned by James Squire. It is still operated under the direction of Chuck Hahn.

Products[edit]

Hahn Brewery Beers [4]
Beer ABV Available
Hahn Harvest Premium Ale 4.9% Tap, 250ml Bottles[citation needed], 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

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Downie, David. "A Quiet Beer with Dr Chuck Hahn". Australian Beers. Retrieved 29 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Terry Gourvish; Richard G. Wilson (2003). The Dynamics of the Modern Brewing Industry. Routledge. p. 218. ISBN 9781134756117. 
  3. ^ Stubbs, Brett J. (12 October 2012). "Small brewing’s first wave now a ripple". Australian Brew News. Retrieved 6 May 2014. 
  4. ^ "Hahn Brewing Company (Lion Nathan Co.)". RateBeer.com. 

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