Moa the same for new beer company owners

Moa the same for new beer company owners
Brent Melville
The sale of Moa's brewing interests to chief executive Stephen Smith and his father Mike for $1.9 million, represents a full circle for the Blenheim-based brewery, founded in 2003 by Josh Scott, son of Marlborough winemaker Allan Scott.Moa announced today it had sold the original brewery and its assets as part of a shift to what it considers its better-performing restaurant interests under the Savor brand which include the Azabu, Ebisu and Non Solo Pizza concept restaurants in Auckland.Moa has been a proverbial underperformer purely on the...

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