Traditional Scottish Ales Rebrands as Black Wolf Brewery

Stirlingshire based Traditional Scottish Ales Ltd (TSA) has re-launched as Black Wolf Brewery.
Owner of the brewery, VC² Brands, made the decision to rebrand TSA, which has been operating for seven years from its Throsk site, following the expansion of its management team with the addition of director and investor, Andrew Richardson.
Richardson, who previously worked at Courage, McVitie’s and Diageo and latterly as managing director of Johnston Press Scotland, joined fellow directors Carlo Valente and Graham Coull at the end of 2013.
Andrew Richardson commented, “We chose the name ‘Black Wolf Brewery’ because we wanted a name that reflected the brewery’s Stirlingshire roots, and the black wolf is synonymous with the area and its history.” He continues, “We want to be known as a brewery that is passionate about the quality and taste of its beers, that is creative and is willing to experiment, and above all which makes beers that people enjoy. We also want to have some fun along the way, which is what beer is really all about.”
The company has a new range of craft beers in bottle, keg and cask, and in addition has fully rebranded its current packaging and websites by award winning design agency, Tayburn.
The new range includes Tundra – an elderflower flavoured wheat beer, Florida Black – a delicious stout and Big Red – a flavoursome red beer.  The company is also launching Coulls, a premium lager, in bottle and keg.