Having a brewery means that you are a part of the local community of the city you're in. As a small business, there are many ways to contribute to the community - everything from hosting events to opening the doors to people, making it possible for them to experience daily life at the brewery.
At Alefarm Brewing, we've had the pleasure of being visited by the local high school, Greve Gymnasium. Over the course of the last three months, we've had classes of students come by the brewery for a tour, a taste and a talk about what it's like to run a brewery.
Besides being an entrepreneur, I have held the position of external lecturer at Copenhagen Business School, teaching distributed systems for a couple of years. Education means a lot to me, so having the ability to interact with the students at Greve Gymnasium is something I've truly appreciated.
Everyone is welcome at Alefarm Brewing. If you'd like to pay us a visit some point, either personally or in relation to your workplace or school, feel free to shoot me an e-mail. Cheers!
All the best,
Founder and CEO