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October 26, 2014

Brewover Crowdfunding

The Brewover is the latest creation from Bean Green’s Brendan Baxter and Simon Lucas from Manna Beans – a clever 3 in 1 vessel capturing 3 techniques to produce your favourite cup of coffee.
• Adjustable pour over and flow rate
• Cold Drip
• Cold Brew
• Parts/valves are removable and interchangeable

This terrific little gadget will be available to investors through Kickstarter, and both Brendan and Simon hope that its value and convenience will be recognised by true coffee lovers everywhere.

Kickstarter, a global crowdfunding platform is now open to Australia and New Zealand inventors and creators. Brendan and Simon decided to put the Brewover on Kickstarter for many reasons. Start-up costs for moulds to begin mass production are in excess of $100,000, and Bean Green and Manna Beans have funded the numerous prototypes themselves – which isn’t cheap. But the main reason for using Kickstarter is to assess  the products’ viability on the market. The great thing about Kickstarter is that if the end goal is not reached, all pledges are refunded. If they do reach their goal, production begins and all pledgees receive one of the 1st units produced at a discounted rate. Pledgees can be from anywhere around the world, which is wonderful, but it’s hoped the Australasian coffee market gets behind this Australian made, designed and engineered product and gives the Brewover a great kick start into the market.

CONTACT
For more information,  click here  OR  email: info@beangreen.com.au

 





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