BEERHOUSE will publicly launch its first equity crowdfunding campaign this Monday, seeking to raise R3 million for its new Tygervalley branch in Cape Town’s Northern Suburbs, which was previously home to the iconic Starlite Diner.
Through equity crowdfunding, they aim to enable a wide community of Beerhouse customers to not only enjoy their beers but also to invest and earn a solid return. Investment starts at a minimum of R1000 and is done through authorized Financial Services Provider Uprise.Africa who runs a pioneering equity crowdfunding platform. Uprise.Africa recently made headlines when they facilitated the record crowdfunding investment of R31m into tech-startup Intergreatme.
Boasting an impressive and inclusive beer variety, delicious handcrafted brew food and a vibey social atmosphere, Beerhouse has quickly become a household name in South Africa as the navigators and curators of the world’s oldest beverage. At Beerhouse it is our duty to deliver variety, which we do through our famous 99 bottles of beer on the wall, which includes 25+ beers on tap, ciders, wine, and spirits. Many microbreweries in South Africa do not own their own dispense equipment which makes the market saturated with large breweries that do have the infrastructure to flood the market with their products. We, at Beerhouse, own all our equipment ensuring we give the ‘little guy’ a podium to shine on. This gives Beerhouse a competitive edge over any potential competitors.
You can find their pitch here: https://www.uprise.africa/view_pitch/beerhouse (Login: firstname.lastname@example.org password: beerhouse)
The owner will be available for a meet and greet on Tuesday, 22nd July at Beerhouse Fourways Johannesburg from 10 am. On Thursday, 25 July at Beerhouse on Long Street, Cape Town from 10 am and again at Beerhouse on Long on Friday, 26 July from 6 pm. He’s also available for 1-on-1 meetings.