Innis & Gunn announces plans to secure major cash injection to drive plans for brewery in Edinburgh

Innis & Gunn has introduced plans to secure a major cash injection to drive plans for a brewery in Edinburgh.

The Scottish craft beer maker hopes to secure £3m in funding to fund the brewery in addition to proceed to open extra bars in Scotland.

Drinking to success: Founder and master brewer Dougal Sharp (pictured) said the brewery is the next stage in the firm's evolution

Drinking to success: Founder and grasp brewer Dougal Sharp (pictured) mentioned the brewery is the subsequent stage in the agency’s evolution

Its three present bars have prospered amid the latest surge in recognition for craft beer and it hopes to open one other two websites yearly over the subsequent three years.

Founder and grasp brewer Dougal Sharp mentioned the brewery is the subsequent stage in the agency’s evolution after fast progress in beer gross sales.

The launch, which the agency claims would be the first major brewery in Edinburgh for 150 years, is predicted to open in 2021 and create round 30 jobs. It plans to fund the enlargement with its third crowdfunding marketing campaign, by means of funding platform Seedrs.

Sharp mentioned: ‘We need to deliver Edinburgh again to what it was as a real brewing metropolis.’

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