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New beer to mark Scotland’s celebration year

Miss Scotland, Jamey Bowers, raises a glass to mark the first delivery of the beer. Picture: Gareth Easton

Miss Scotland, Jamey Bowers, raises a glass to mark the first delivery of the beer. Picture: Gareth Easton

  • by TERRY MURDEN
 

The first crates have been delivered of a new beer brewed especially for the Homecoming Scotland events next year.

Miss Scotland, Jamey Bowers, was on hand in Edinburgh to raise a glass to what will be a year-long celebration with a commemorative craft beer developed by Inveralmond Brewery’s head brewer Ken Duncan in Perth.

The firm said yesterday that it had invested in more efficient production equipment and is looking to significantly increase capacity over the short-term.

Export orders for Homecoming Scotland Beer have already been shipped to Italy and Sweden, and markets in Australia, New Zealand and the US have shown strong initial interest. Inveralmond employs 18 staff and its turnover hit 
£1.5 million last year.

Fergus Clark, its managing director, said: “Opportunities like Homecoming Scotland 2014 give home-grown Scottish companies genuine prominence on an international stage.”

 

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