This is a complex story it seems.
2009 - So, they claim they first made their beer somewhere in Sydney in 2009. Okay. Not impossible. There was a Bondi Blonde, Bluetongue’s beer, unrelated allegedly to this, since 2006 (unsure how long after), but a Capricorn Brands Ltd based in Australia registered Bondi for beers and wines that year.
July 2010 - 2 Australians (one of whom is Ross Bennie) and one British citizen start up Capricorn Brands Ltd. in the UK.
2012 - Pete Brown, the beer blogger, slams a shitty advertorial of theirs, later apologizes (partly)
early 2013 - Brown meets them, is apparently convinced that the beer is wonderful - mention that it’s 4% and brewed in Czech Republic. Later claims it’s a top 50 beer in the world or something. hookay.
May 2013 - Ross Bennie is left as the sole director.
September 2013 - entry on Ratebeer - could be that it was rated earlier under other entries.
lOctober 2013 - company name changed to Capricorn Beverage Limited
April 2015 - two new companies, Bondi Brands Limited, and Bondi Brewery Limited are registered in the GB, Ibex House Baker Street , Baker Street, Weybridge, Surrey. Same director as before (Ross Bennie).
October 2016 - a rating mentioning 4.2% abv, potentially not brewed anymore in Czechia
November 2016 - Bennie “retires” from the company, taken over by a Brit.
June 2017 - 3 and 4 other Brits added as directors of both companies.
Now - 4.4%, brewed in Belgium. Apparently the brand is registered / copyrighted to Bondi Brands but the rest is handled by Bondi Brewery.
This particular beer has nothing to do with the Bluetongue beer of the similar name.