The move will also allow the firm to increase its range of premium craft beers to over 1,000 varieties.
Founded in 2012 by Mark Roberts and Chris France, Beer Hawk has mapped out growth plans over the next three years, which will see the business move closer to transport links in a bid to meet growing consumer and trade demand.
Since its creating, Beer Hawk has grown quickly to 30 staff, and sources its world beer selection from more than 25 different countries, with beers picked from recognisable breweries like Brewdog, Chimay and Goose Island.
Mark Roberts, co-founder and director of Beer Hawk said: “We have been aware for some time that our business ambitions and customer demands were always going to outstrip the facility in Harrogate that is currently Beer Hawk’s home.”
“Overnight, this move to new warehousing will give us the capability to increase our output approximately five-fold and allow us to experiment with new packaging innovations; our exciting offers and the creative way we present our eclectic beer collections are part of the reason people have such an affinity with Beer Hawk.”
Alongside its relocation, the retailer has also made a significant investment in technology to improve the business’ overall efficiency.
The investment includes developing and training dedicated picking and packing teams to ensure the most timely service possible.
“Making these types of business decision has been part of the engine room of our success and we are looking forward to the dynamic step forward for Beer Hawk this represents with great anticipation,” adds Mark.
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