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Endeavour Brewing Co. Award-winning, well-balanced, flavoursome beers made from seasonal Australian ingredients.
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Online ordering

Hi there, a really simple question (wasn't able to make the online webinar ) I noted different percentage off bonus for purchasing from the website for shareholders (a nice bonus), but I could not see an avenue for ordering (and shipping) of the product lines. Is there actually an avenue to purchase small volume consumer amounts (cartons/six pack mixes) directly from the website and therefore a possibility to take advantage of this bonus further down the track?

Elisha Goss posted on 18.01.2019

Hi Elisha

thanks for the questions (a great one!)

Yes, we are launching our own e-store on endeavourbeer.com in March with specific functionality for the Brew Crew! of course including our beers ;-)

hope that helps?

cheers

Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 18.01.2019

Replied to Elisha Goss

Planned Exit

Hi Ben,

I know this question has been brought up previously, but I am wondering if you can provide a little more insight as to what kind of an exit that you have planned for this investment. I have watched the video you have linked and am aware of the possible ways to gain a return, but am interested in something a bit more specific to the business. What is the ideal scenario for Endeavour?

Do you intend it to get to the size where a stock listing is viable, are you seeking to become a takeover target, or is the intention to remain privately owned with the expectations of strong dividend payments?

I'm keen to know what your plan is to provide shareholders a return, and the timeframe in which you are aiming to do this. I have no doubt this is something you have thought deeply about before considering a raising.

Many thanks,
Jeff

Jeffrey Sim posted on 13.01.2019

Hi Jeff

thanks for the note

Yes, you are 100% correct that the future is something we have thought deeply about.

Firstly, we are hugely focused every day on building company (and therefore shareholder) value through strongly increasing revenue, tightly managing costs and growing profitability.

In the short term however, shares in the Company are considered illiquid as they cannot easily be transferred or sold. However, there are numerous possible circumstances that may create an opportunity for shareholders to exit the business. These include but are not limited to:
- Dividend payments of future company profits
- A trade purchase of the Company
- A listing on a recognised stock exchange (the ASX for example)
- A private equity investment in the company
- A share buy-back by the Company

Unfortunately we are prohibited by ASIC on plans beyond 2 years from now, of which all of the above are only really options in years 3-5...would love to go into more detail about our plans byt simply can't within the ECF framework :-(

Please feel free to join our webinar on Wednesday where we will be diving into detail... : https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/The-Equity-Crowdfunding-Masterclass/events/256253225/

cheers

Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 14.01.2019

Replied to Jeffrey Sim

Valuation

Hi,
Two questions if thats OK.
1. Could you provide some more info on the valuation you are placing on the company. Beyond the comparable transaction list in the offer docs just trying to understand the rationale between the +$16mil current valuation with -$0.5mil net worth and operating at a loss in full year 17/18.
2. What do you forecast shareholder ROI to be on a $16mil valuation (or alternatively the forecast PAT) for the 2018/19 year and 2019/20 year?
Thanks.

Jorge Fangio posted on 07.01.2019

Hi Jorge

Thanks for the interest

Re valuation: our net worth and profitability are both positive as of latest financials in the offer document, with the overall valuation taken after a range of research (eg RaboResearch | Liquid Lunch Report – July 2017) and local qualified input.
Re ROI: we have forecast increased revenues for F19 and F20 which will see a capital investment value increase for shareholders and in the longer term here are some of the returns we will be working hard to provide for our shareholders: https://vimeo.com/287184091

Be great if you want to join us for the webinar for more info if you’re interested: https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/The-Equity-Crowdfunding-Masterclass/events/256253225/

Cheers

Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 08.01.2019

Replied to Jorge Fangio

Expansion into Sporting venues

Hello Ben,
Does Endeavour currently have any bottles/kegs distributed to Sporting venues, if so which ones?
Is this a plan to expand in sporting venues?
Also is there a view of expanding your Tap Rooms Micro Brewery in the rocks to Melbourne (South Bank, Wharf) or Brisbane?

Thanks
Trevor

Trevor Schmidt posted on 28.12.2018

Hi Trevor

Thanks for the questions

Yes we currently supply to North Sydney Oval for some events. We have been in talks with the SCG Trust however they are 100% contracted at the moment, so we are submitting for their next cycle of pourage rights. We would love to expand in to this channel along with others that have traditionally been heavily contracted (such as airlines, accommodation groups, music festivals etc).

In terms of hospitality, yes we are looking into a few areas in Australia, and also internationally! Where we end up with a shareholder base will help steer us in certain directions too.

Cheers

Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 29.12.2018

Replied to Trevor Schmidt

A few questions please

Hi Ben,

1. How much will the new brewery cost to build?
2. Will the brewery be funded in this current capital raise?
3. If there is not enough money from this capital raise do you plan on doing a further raise or a private placement?
4. What volume does it take to be the #5 brewery in Aus?
5. What volume does it take to be the #1 brewery in Sydney?
6. You have mentioned an innovation plan, can you provide some more details around what this is?
7. Can I presume that all current taxes and excise are paid up?
8. What is the end game for Endeavour? Sell to AB, Sell to national Craft, List on ASX?

Matthew Denehy posted on 21.12.2018

Hi Matthew

sorry for the delay, crazy few days in the beer world!

great questions - here is some feedback:
1. How much will the new brewery cost to build? We have a range of quotes ranging from $1.1m to $2.4m with the range applying to capacity factors.
2. Will the brewery be funded in this current capital raise? If we get above $1.0m then yes, with debt funding also part of the mix, depending on the journey to the max raise of $2.3m
3. If there is not enough money from this capital raise do you plan on doing a further raise or a private placement? Definitely something that will be considered by the board
4. What volume does it take to be the #5 brewery in Aus? Current estimates suggest the top 5 Australian independent brewers all sell in excess of 3.0m litres annually
5. What volume does it take to be the #1 brewery in Sydney? Current estimates suggest the top Sydney independent brewer sells in excess of 3.5m litres annually
6. You have mentioned an innovation plan, can you provide some more details around what this is? I'm afraid this is very confidential in such a public forum, but you can see what we're experimenting with and consumer reaction here: https://untappd.com/v/endeavour-tap-rooms/5709532 .... we've also got a plethora of other BIG ideas that we'll be testing in the short/medium term
7. Can I presume that all current taxes and excise are paid up? We are up to date with payments as agreed with the ATO
8. What is the end game for Endeavour? Sell to AB, Sell to national Craft, List on ASX? I'm afraid we can't indicate our plans beyond 2 years under the ECF framework, however here's some of the typical returns we will be aiming for: https://vimeo.com/287184091

Hope that helps, happy to talk privately or you can join our webinar on Jan 16 here; https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_25wx4XgFQdOi1c3Hwvt3KA

cheers

Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 24.12.2018

Replied to Matthew Denehy

Brewery Construction

From Page 21 of the Share Offer document it is clear that at the minimum subscription level the new production brewery can not be funded, and that at the maximum subsciption level that funding under "special projects" is split over two years and is included in the $950,000.

What is the minimum level of subscription that the production brewery be constructed?

John Elliott posted on 18.12.2018

Hi again John
The production brewery project will be accelerated if we raise in excess of $1.0m during this raise.
Cheers
Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 18.12.2018

Replied to John Elliott

Co founders equity percentages after share offer

Can you outline the individual percentage of equity that the three co-founders (Ben, Dan, and Andrew) will have after the crowdfunding at the minimum and maximum subscription. Currently it's listed as 27.44%, 11.59%, and 11.13% respectively

John Elliott posted on 18.12.2018

Hi John
The changes in equity will be (in order if we raise the MIN/MAX)
Ben 26.92%/24.06%
Dan 11.37%/10.15%
Andy 10.92%/9.76%
Cheers
Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 18.12.2018

Replied to John Elliott

Marketing

While it shows you have Chilli marketing on board, I was wondering what rebates are going to be for distributors (if at all)?
A follow up with the B2B strategy will additional investments be made to be put on front ends, prime fridge positions etc? I know this is how Rekorderlig gained advantages with Dan Murphys and I hope for the same.

If any of this has already been mentioned in the offer documents my apologies and could I be directed to the section.

Kind regards

Dale Debastiani posted on 15.12.2018

Hi Dale

Thanks for the questions!

Yes we will continue strong “trade marketing” strategy and execution plans that have helped our growth to date, all budgeted for in the future and are included within our historical financials/future GP forecasts.

We haven’t specifically detailed these plans in the offer documents as our tactics are highly confidential in such a competitive sector, but the team with combined decades of experience building brands with national and independent customers alike will keep this as a priority focus

Hope that helps

Cheers

Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 16.12.2018

Replied to Dale Debastiani

What are the possible positive financial outcomes for investor

I couldn't complete understand the possibles positive outcome for investor.
Is it dividends, it it get distributed?

Eduardo Rodrigues posted on 14.12.2018

Hi Eduardo

Great question! Here’s a short video: https://vimeo.com/287184091

Let me know if you want more info

Cheers

Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 14.12.2018

Replied to Eduardo Rodrigues

Revenue and cost breakdown

G'day again Ben

Thanks for your answer on volumes. I note in your offer document you break out wholesale and retail revenues. Am I right inassuming that "retail revenues" = "revenue from tap room venues", and "wholesale revenues" = "beer sales excluding tap room"?

If this is the case, are the retail revenues only the 50% attibutable to Endeavour Beverages P/L as per the joint ownership?

Are you able to breakdown the "raw materials and consumables" from the incomes statement into "wholesale" and "retail"? ie. what was the approx cost to contract brew the ~500,000L vs cost of everything else.

Cheers

Rob

Robert Morris posted on 13.12.2018

Hi Rob

Yes you are correct in the revenue splits and %'s applied.

In this public forum we'd prefer not to divulge COGs in respect of confidentiality agreements we have with our hospitality & brewing partners....happy to field more questions in private if you require?

cheers

Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 13.12.2018

Replied to Robert Morris

Confirm Volumes in Litres

Hi Ben

Thanks for your answer to Alistair's question above. Can you please confirm that 1 Case = 24 x 330mL bottles = 7.92 L; and 1 Keg = 50L ? In other words, volume for last FY was 477,200 L .

Thanks

Rob

Robert Morris posted on 13.12.2018

Hi Rob
Thanks for the question
We now have a mix of shipping sizes with our recent cans launch (which are 9L cases) which has changed our mix from purely 7.92L bottle cases and 49.5L kegs...
The figures below are rounded: with the increasing seasonal sales right now we are above 500,000L MAT
Cheers
Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 13.12.2018

Replied to Robert Morris

Current and projected volumes

Hi,

Could you please indicate what sort of volumes you are producing (through the third party) and selling currently, and what volumes are underpinning the FY19 forecast? Thanks.

Alastair McPherson posted on 11.12.2018

Hi Alastair
over the last year we have shipped over 35000 cases and 4000 kegs. F19 forecast is reflective of plans to ship over 40000 cases & 5400 kegs
cheers
Ben

Benjamin Kooyman posted on 11.12.2018

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  • > Offer Type: Australian Retail (CSF) Offer This offer is open to Retail and Wholesale/Sophisticated investors in Australia. Whilst in New Zealand the offer is open to Wholesale investors.
  • > Company: Endeavour Beverages Pty Ltd Securities purchased are for direct equity in Endeavour Beverages Pty Ltd.
  • > Security Type: Ordinary Shares
  • > Fees Paid by Issuer: 6.00% of funds raised Upon successful completion of this funding round a total of 6.00% of capital raised will be paid by the Issuer to Equitise.
  • > Cooling-Off Rights: 5 working days - Retail investors in Australia are able to withdraw their applications for securities with accordance to the Australian Crowd Source Funding (CSF) regulations. For more information please click on the link supplied.
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More detailed information about this offer is contained in this Offer Document

Offer Document
Offer overview

 

The Company is offering 305,000 to 2,305,000 ordinary shares under the following terms:

 

 

*Existing shareholders have committed to invest $695,000 on the 20 November 2018 at the same share price of this Offer and the shares have been issued on the same day. As per the constitution, the funds must be received by the 4th of December 2018 at 11:59pm.

 

Executive summary

 

 

OVERVIEW

 

Established eight years ago, with the backing of three blokes and thirty-five mates, Endeavour Brewing Co. is proudly Australian and 100% independent.
 
Endeavour Brewing Co's restless desire to be bold, distinct and uncompromising has led them to develop an award-winning core range of pale ales, as well as innovative seasonal and small batch brews. Their beers are available nationwide in over 1,100 Dan Murphy's and BWS stores and iconic Sydney restaurants, including Opera Bar and Tetsuya's. 
 
In conjunction with Joint Venture partners Applejack Hospitality, Endeavour Brewing Co. owns and operates Endeavour Tap Rooms, their first brewery, Brew Bar and hospitality venture, located in the heart of the The Rocks, Sydney.

 

INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

 

 

ENDEAVOUR BREWING CO. 2018 AWARDS

 

 

Investor rewards

 

 

ENDEAVOUR BREW CREW

 

By investing in Endeavour Brewing Co, you are joining a community. As a Brew Crew member, you are eligible for a range of rewards depending on your level of investment:

 

Business model

 

OVERVIEW

 

Endeavour Brewing Co's core business is ingredient sourcing, recipe development, contract manufacture management and wholesaling of beer, which they have been doing since August 2010.

 

The opening of Endeavour Tap Rooms has expanded their revenue streams to also include food, beverage and functions.

 

Future revenue growth opportunities will be split between building the core business of wholesale distribution and product range, alongside increasing the hospitality footprint with the expansion of the successful Brew Bar concept.

 

THE BEERS

 

 

With a core portfolio of pale ales that range from an easy drinking Mid 3.5%, to a full flavoured Reserve Pale Ale that makes a great dinner partner, the Endeavour Brewing Co. award-winning beers are elegant and sessionable, with a distinct Australian style that balances the malt styles of Europe and the hop culture of North America.

 

The range now extends to seasonal beers that immerse beer lovers in the current season as well as small batch and collaboration brews.

 

The core range is available as packaged, draught and most recently saw the launch of the first canned beer, a Citrus Pale Ale that blends their signature pale ale with tangerine and blood orange.

 

THE ENDEAVOUR TAP ROOMS

 

 

In 2016 the company launched Endeavour Tap Rooms with Joint Venture partners Applejack Hospitality.

 

Endeavour Tap Rooms, a premium Brew and Smokehouse, follows the same unique philosophy as Endeavour Brewing Co, using all-Australian, seasonally harvested ingredients with no preservatives.

 

In early 2017 Endeavour Brewing Co. expanded their hospitality offer at Endeavour Tap Rooms and opened the first ever 600 litre micro-brewery with eight brew tanks and Brew Bar. As well as the core range of beers, they currently have on tap a delicious Red Rye IPA collaboration and a Dark Summer Wheat which are both exclusively brewed in house.

 

Endeavour Tap Rooms has gone on to be recognised as a leading food and beverage experience:

  • TripAdvisor – Certificate of Excellence, Ranked Top 200 (of over 5000) Restaurants in Sydney

  • 2018 Australian Liquor Industry Awards – Finalist, Best Food Menu

 

Strategy & Vision

 

GROWTH STRATEGY

 

Endeavour Brewing Co. has a five year plan that has been developed in consultation with Grant Thornton Australia, to expand the business domestically and internationally.

 

With a focus on remaining independent and championing Australian ingredients, Endeavour Brewing Co's vision is to be a top 5 Australian independent brewer (Volume) and the #1 Sydney independent brewer (Volume).

 

This will be achieved by:

  1. Building a national wholesale retail and East coast bar and restaurant presence

  2. Supported by a solid innovation plan that allows the brand to play across more occasions

  3. Continuing to open new Brew Bars

  4. Exploring export opportunities to South East Asia and beyond

 

Product Range

 

 

Endeavour Brewing Co's innovation pipeline includes the rollout of new can offers across their core range beers. The rollout will be complemented by innovative new beer styles that will be tried and tested at Endeavour Tap Rooms and Brew Bar, where they receive real-time consumer feedback.

 

Hospitality

 

 

Endeavour Brewing Co. will be looking to launch more hospitality businesses in key high traffic areas under the Endeavour Brew Bar brand.

 

These venues will benefit Endeavour Brewing Co. through increased revenue, profitability, and brand awareness to flow into wholesale demand.

 

Production

 

Since inception, the bulk of the production was outsourced to select contract manufacturers. With existing partnerships ongoing, it is essential for the company to build a production facility capable of sustaining their growth aspirations.

 

 

The objective is to open a fully commissioned site with enough literage capacity to meet all demand upon opening, with 40% headroom for growth, and be further expandable by up to three times annual literage within its premises.

 

Export Markets

 

Endeavour has recently completed a study tour of China and South East Asia to investigate the export potential for their beers.

 

It is their intention to focus the initial export activities to mainland China, in particular Shanghai, then quickly trial across Hong Kong and Singapore as they further develop their export capabilities.

Industry Comparables

 

Brewers have successfully been using equity crowdfunding for years:

 

Use of funds

 

The table below sets out the intended use of funds raised under this Offer based on the minimum and maximum subscription amounts (for further information please see section 3.3 of the Offer Document).

 

Risks Facing the Business

 

Below is a description of the main risks facing the Company. For a detailed breakdown of the key risks please see section 2.13 of the Offer Document.

 

Financial summary

 

The following financials are the consolidated accounts of Endeavour Beverages Pty Ltd and Endeavour Tap Rooms Pty Ltd. Endeavour Beverages Pty Limited owns 50% of Endeavour Tap Rooms Pty Limited.

 

For a full breakdown of the financials for Endeavour Beverages Pty Ltd please see section 2.10 of the Offer Document.

 

*Revenues are seasonal with summer being the most busy period. 40% of total annual income usually occurs during summer months (Dec-Feb).

 

*Existing shareholders have committed to invest $695,000 on the 20 November 2018 and this amount has been accounted for in receivables. Once settled, the funds will be used to reduce the total liabilities.

**Current Liabilities consist of:

1. Payables which consist predominately of trade creditors (representing 2017: 64%, 2018: 61%, November 2018: 69%) , the remainder being allocated to working capital and Australian Tax Office related expenses.

2. Other Current Liabilities consist of related party loans that are interest free and repayable at call and are expected to remain committed to support existing cash flow requirements.

3. Current Financial Liabilities which relate predominately to a Debtor Finance agreement with a current effective interest rate at 8.85% pa.

*** Non Current Liabilities consist of borrowings not expected to be repaid within 12 months including a related party loan currently interest free, a NSW Government incentive loan to support small business at an effective interest rate of 9.20% and working capital finance used to develop the Endeavour Tap Rooms.

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Endeavour Brewing Co. CSF Offer Document

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