The move from North Wales to Liverpool has helped the microbrewery ramp up production to meet demand following a recent award win.
The new premises are five times the size of the original site and house state of the art equipment allowing the brewery to produce high quality and consistent cask ales in a traditional environment using the latest techniques.
Business owner and master brewer Paul Jefferies said: “Without the grant we couldn’t have financed the expansion.
“Sales went through the roof following our award win and thanks to the grant we have been able to expand to meet the increased demand.”
The move has resulted in the creation of two jobs at the brewery, with a further two expected over the next six to eight months.
Paul added: “We have created two jobs as a result of the expansion. We hope to increase production further in the next six to eight months, buying a van and creating a new role for a driver.”
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