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Independent brewery moves premises with support from HSBC uk

27 October 2022

Wildcraft Brewery has received a five-figure funding package from HSBC UK which has enabled it to move to a new premises. 

Following an increase in demand, the brewery has outgrown its current site in Buxton, Derbyshire, and will be moving into a new 371m2 premises in Smallburgh with the support of HSBC UK.
The relocation will allow Wildcraft Brewery to more than double its production, with output expected to rise from 3,000 litres to 8,500 litres per week.  Storage space for the business at the new site is also set to increase by 200%.
As a result of the HSBC UK supported move, Wildcraft Brewery is expecting to create two new jobs in its warehouse and sales team.
Mike Deal, managing director at Wildcraft Brewery, said: “Demand for craft and artisan beer has grown significantly over the last five years, with consumers choosing to explore the taste of seasonal beers made from better, locally sourced ingredients.
“The new site provides an exciting opportunity to expand and grow. This means we can continue our mission to brew great craft beer in the most environmentally friendly way possible, with the smallest carbon footprint we can manage.”
Angela Harrop, South Midlands Area Manager at HSBC UK, added: “As a young independent company, Wildcraft Brewery is already a big component of the local economy and community in Norfolk. We’re delighted to support the company as it moves into new premises and continues to flourish with its eco-friendly approach to product development.”

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