BrewDog readies to expand into spirits
14th July, 2014 by Amy Hopkins
Scottish brewer BrewDog is set to advance its foray into distillation with the launch of a new dedicated spirits division.
Scottish brewer BrewDog is readying to launch a brand new spirits division
BrewDog, Scotland’s largest independent brewer known for its innovative marketing, is planning to open a completely new distillery and is now seeking an “experienced” distiller to implement the division.
The distiller will work closely with an already appointed production manager to commission and oversee the installation of BrewDog’s new stills and design recipes for the company’s spirits portfolio.
“At BrewDog we’re constantly breaking the mould, so we’re looking for a distiller who is a natural innovator and possesses all the charm and panache to be a perfect ambassador for our new spirits projects,” the company said.
“You will be an open and honest communicator, good at building relationships with our suppliers to ensure the timely and cost effective procurement of relevant raw materials.”
The successful applicant will be responsible for managing distillery shifts and liaising with colleagues in BrewDog’s packaging and lab departments.
For more information visit BrewDog’s website. Further details about the distillery have yet to be announced.
In June last year, BrewDog launched its first spirit, WattDickie, which was made from an IPA-style beer.