Renaissance draws from a wide group of individuals, with diverse backgrounds and skills, to turn outstanding raw materials into world leading beverages.
The beers are based on English and American style ales, with a focus on Kiwi ingredients. At the forefront is a focus on achieving balance of flavour.
The beers we produce are wide ranging and varied. We believe there is something for everyone in our range, from big hoppy Pale Ales, malty Dark Ales and crisp refreshing European styles.
Renaissance is currently holder of Champion New Zealand Brewery from the NZ Beer Awards and recently won the Champion International Small Brewery at the Australian International Beer Awards for the second year running.
Founded in 2005 by brothers-in-law Andy Deuchars and Brian Thiel, Renaissance has been grown from a passion to produce craft beers with New Zealand’s best locally sourced hops.
Several of those now involved in Renaissance have had significant parts to play in the successes of the Marlborough wine industry. This is a great adjunct to the brewing skills and experience Renaissance’s management has in being a leader of the New Zealand Craft Beer revolution.
The board comprises two non-executive directors in Gareth Lyne (Chairman) and David
Pearce. Both are respected and experienced food and beverage industry professionals.
The remainder of the board is made up of Andy Deuchars (Head Brewer) and Brian Thiel (CEO). Roger Kerrison (Development Manager) acts as an alternate.
The directors of Renaissance brewing and its executive shareholders intend to perform their current roles for the duration of the 3 year strategic plan.
Renaissance is holding the following investor sessions where you can meet their team, and also ask the Snowball Effect team any questions about equity crowdfunding.
It's crucial for you to understand the characteristics and risks of this investment opportunity. New Zealand law normally requires people who offer financial products to provide in-depth information to investors before they invest. The usual rules do not apply to offers by companies through Snowball Effect. As a result, you may not be given all the information you need to make an informed decision. Investing is risky. Some of the key risks include loss of capital, illiquidity, lack of returns, dilution, loss of key people and customers, and lack of control. You should only invest money that you can afford to lose.