Q&A with Moonzen Brewery

12th September, 2014 by Rupert Millar

Moonzen Brewery was founded at the beginning of 2014 by husband and wife duo, Laszlo and Michele Raphael and draws the inspiration for its beers from ancient Chinese folklore, the very name “Moonzen” meaning “door gods”, fearsome figures who protect the home from evil spirits and stand for integrity and strength.

Laszlo and Michele Raphael – Moonzen figures on the doors behind

The brewery’s “Thundergod Ale” scooped the award for best beer produced in Hong Kong at the recent Hong Kong International Beer Awards. For more information on the brewery click here.

When did you begin brewing in Hong Kong and what inspired you start a micro-brewery here?
We began brewing in Hong Kong 6 years ago. We were always lovers….

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One Response to “Q&A with Moonzen Brewery”

  1. 白慕堂 says:

    Do you bottle the beer made by the formula that is said to have been found in an archaeological site in China dating back 5,000 years? I’ve heard it is bottled in Hong Kong. Do you know the name of it?

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