Innis & Gunn’s crowdfunding campaign to help finance its major new brewery at Edinburgh’s Heriot Watt University has reached its target of £3m – with seven days to go.
With the initial target met, the campaign has moved into a ‘cooling off period’ for the next seven days and will close at midnight on Wednesday 5 February. Innis & Gunn will be able to accept further investment in exchange for releasing additional equity until the cooling off period has elapsed. In this raise the brewer has sold 2% of it’s share capital to over 2,000 investors.
Each investor will have their name displayed on the wall of Innis & Gunn’s new brewery to be built at Heriot Watt University Research Park. A number of additional perks are also available such as free birthday pints and discounts across Innis & Gunn’s Brewery Taprooms.
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Dougal Gunn Sharp, Founder and Master Brewer at Innis & Gunn said, “Since Innis & Gunn was founded in 2003 our ultimate goal has always been to have our own brewery on our home turf, a brewing focal point for the city. We want to put Edinburgh back on the international brewing map, and with this investment secured we’re going to be able to do just that. We’ve got ambitious growth plans for the future and the brewery is going to be instrumental in reaching our long-term potential. With this key step now in place, we’re looking forward to a very bright future.”
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