Q: How long have you/the brewery been making beer for?
A: 1 month
Q: What got you into brewing?
Q: I’ve always loved beer and was lucky enough to try some of the best beers around thanks to an early career in film which meant lots of travel. : after 20 years working in and out of the film and media industry
I decided I wanted a change and a better work life balance so after a drunk
Night of making up film related beer recipes i came up with the name Bad Bunny Brewery and decided to get into brewing. I’ve always homebrewed and followed the beer industry for fun so over the last year I built a shed ground up. Sourced vessels ers from eBay and started a tiny 300 litre 4 fermenter brewery. So far so good.
Q: When you’re not brewing what are your hobbies?
A: I’m an avid film buff and love to go festivals . Especially horror stuff like
Frightfest. I still make a shirt film now and then too. Otherwise it’s beer beer and more beer. I love the new craft festivals like hop city and
Beavertown extravaganza as well the camera real ale stuff. A Sunday hike and pint is also
One of likes great pleasures .
Q: What’s your favourite style of beer?
A: Double IPAs and imperial stouts. Sucker for a black IPA too.
Q: If you could only have one of your brews for the rest of your life, what would it be and why? (I know it’s like picking a favourite child!)
A: Hop fuzz a cornetto donut pale ale. The concept is based on cop spoof movie Hot fuzz
And this was the first beer where the ingredients told a story with film. It’s tastes good too
Biscuity . Sweet but dry and floral.
Q: You are in a supermarket, in the Beer aisle of course, what would you buy? (your wonderful beer isn’t on sale unfortunately!)
A: Proper job from Austel. Stone ipa Jaipur from thornbridge and Guiness foreign strength .
Q: What new flavour combination would you love to try/what new hops would you like to work with?
A: Love to try the new ceyo hop powders which seems fun. And more black ipa recipes.
Blending beers should be a thing too.
Q: What brewery you would like to collaborate with and why?
A: Elusive due to their retro video game vibe. All our beer names are based on 80s and 90s films.
Thanks to Bad Bunny Brewery for taking part in Meet the Makers!