Black Wolf Brewery gets £200K investment
Black Wolf Brewery, the Stirlingshire craft brewer, has benefitted from an investment of £200K. Now the brewery boasts a new state of the art bottling line and packaging facility. The new facility has the capacity to bottle all of Black Wolf Brewery’s beers, and will also be used to contract bottle for other small to medium sized brewers and drinks manufacturers.
The line, which went live last month, will be able to bottle small to medium quantities of beer, and use different packaging sizes and formats, giving the brewery much greater flexibility in the range of beers which can be produced and bottled.
Andrew Richardson, a Director of Black Wolf Brewery, said, “This is a big investment for us which will transform our business. It will give us far greater flexibility so that we can produce different speciality beers, or beers to celebrate big events like the Olympics, or indeed for customers who want their own beer. We also intend to use this facility to bottle for others in the drinks industry.
“I should like to thank Scottish Enterprise for their support which has enabled this project to take place.”
Black Wolf Brewery, which is owned by VC2 Brands, received a £45,000 grant from the government body.
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