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Craft Brewing Revolution: Redwell Enters Into Contact With Tesco
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Norwich’s position at the forefront of the craft brewing revolution has been reinforced after a city brewery landed a major contract with Tesco.
Redwell Brewery’s canning machine, as the brewery celebrates a major new deal for their canned craft beer with Tesco. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY
Redwell Brewing has been selected as one of the supermarket giant’s suppliers as it scales up its offer of small-batch brews across more than 800 stores, and dispatched its first shipment of “tens of thousands of cans” earlier this month.
The deal has been underpinned by the Trowse-based brewery’s investment of £280,000 in a new canning line, which was made possible through a grant of £38,000 from the Future50 programme.
Co-director Patrick Fisher could not reveal the scale of the contract, but said the initial order had been the biggest in the brewery’s history.
“It’s been manic: we’ve been working until midnight but we’ve all been in the trenches together, and it’s been a real team effort,” he said.
Redwell Brewery founder, Patrick Fisher, celebrates a major new deal to supply its canned craft beer to Tesco. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY
“We’ve taken a dream and turned it into reality. Now anyone from Norwich can go into a Tesco store across the majority of the country, and see a product brewed right here on their doorstep.”
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