Inveralmond Brewery plans to expand its export markets
July 8, 2011 by Mark
Inveralmond Brewery in Perth is planning to export more of its products. The brewery which opened in 1997, is one of Scotland’s leading craft breweries.The company, which has recently exported its wares to Australia and Finland, have meetings with a prospective Japanese distributor and a North American Importer. The company has been asked to visit the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, one of the world’s single biggest liquor buyer, as they are looking at their Scottish section. The brewery has also had its largest export order recently. They admit that North America is a market that they do not service very well at the moment and are looking to remedy that.
Perth is a natural location for a brewery as it has a central location and the area is known for its pure local waters. In fact, several bottled waters on the market are sourced from the natural springs in Perthshire and of course many whiskeys use the local waters too.
The brewery uses the finest ingredients in all its beers and have created a range of award winning beers. All their products have a Scottish theme, combined with Celtic imagery
Minuteman Press in Dunfermline are please to print the brewery’s newsletter on a regular basis and wish them success in their new markets.