WILLIAMS Brothers will soon launch their first range of canned craft beers thanks to a new £1 million investment.
The Alloa based company is set to expand it s production, with a new £660,000 bottling machine and a new canning machine.
And the new canning equipment will allow the company to launch its Joker IPA and Caesar Augustus in can format within the next six months.?
Extra warehouse space and additional conditioning tanks, along with new storage silos, have also been earmarked as paramount to expansion project.?
The company say the new facilities will enable them to meet a growing demand for products, with their own beers – and that of Fyne Ales, Harviestoun and Thistly Cross Cider, for whom they provide a bottling service – set to benefit from the new bottling machine.
The company also plans to launch a 500ml PET format in the next three months targeted at the grocery sector, as well as festivals.?
The expansion has helped to secure additional listings for its beers with Sainsbury’s, who will stock a further six of their beers, 11 in total.?
Williams Brothers recently announced their turnover had increased from £2.9 million to £4 million in the past two years.?