Industrial Arts Brewing is an Australian music industry employer based in Adelaide, with more than 2,000 staff.
It employs more than 1,200 people across six sites in the capital city.
Industrial Arts Brewmaster, Ian Wilson, said his business was “on the front foot” but said the company was confident it could make a comeback in the coming years.
“We’ve had a lot of positive feedback from our customers,” he said.
“People are happy with the way we’ve grown and are very proud of the fact that we’re an industry leader.”
Mr Wilson said the growth of the beer industry in Australia was due to the increasing popularity of craft beers.
“There’s a very clear correlation between the growth in craft beer and the growth and availability of Australian breweries,” he explained.
“In some ways, we’re more popular in Australia because we have a smaller distribution footprint and we’re selling at the lowest price point.”
Industrial Arts said the business would be focusing on its existing clients and the future of its existing operations in Australia.
“Our goal is to keep our existing businesses going as long as we can,” Mr Wilson told ABC Radio Adelaide.
“It’s something that we can grow in the future, and we’ve got the potential to do that.”
We have a strong, strong future in brewing in Australia.
“Industrial arts brewing is one of the largest brewing companies in Australia, with a turnover of more than $5 million.
The company has a number of local operations, including in Adelaide and the Perth CBD.
It also operates a facility in Victoria.
“That’s the beauty of our business. “
The more people that come here, the more demand we’re going to get from that industry,” he told ABC radio.
“That’s the beauty of our business.
We’re not only making beer, but we’re also selling a range of other products, from packaging to cosmetics.”
Industrial art brewery The Perth Artisans Market is an online community, where people can connect with each other, share their business ideas and share experiences.
Industrial arts brewery has about 1,400 members in its Facebook group, where members can connect, trade and learn about craft beer, food and other businesses.
“As an artisan business, we are looking to build a stronger community,” Mr Anderson said.
”We have an amazing local community of craft beer fans, and a growing number of other craft beer enthusiasts from around the world.
He said the brewery was currently planning to open a branch in the CBD, and said it would expand the existing brewery in Melbourne. “
If we can tap into that enthusiasm and build a community of people who enjoy craft beer but also have an appreciation of the industry, that’s the best thing for the brewery.”
He said the brewery was currently planning to open a branch in the CBD, and said it would expand the existing brewery in Melbourne.
“With the growth, we’d love to grow that in Melbourne,” he added.
Industrial art brewing is also looking to expand in other parts of the country.
“While the Melbourne market is a very vibrant area, we also see opportunities to expand into other parts,” Mr Williams said.
Industrial Art is currently looking for more than 100 new employees.
The business was established in 2015.
“Over the past year, we’ve been working hard to build our brand and to develop the skills and knowledge we need to continue to grow and grow in a fast-paced, high-growth environment,” Mr Taylor said.
He said industrial arts had “been looking to grow for quite some time” and had recently expanded its business in Perth.