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Scottish craft ale firm gets a howling name change

The directors of Black Wolf Brewery, l-r, Graham Coull, Andrew Richardson and Carlo Calente. Picture: Any Buchanan

The directors of Black Wolf Brewery, l-r, Graham Coull, Andrew Richardson and Carlo Calente. Picture: Any Buchanan

  • by TERRY MURDEN
 

THE Stirlingshire-based craft brewery Traditional Scottish Ales has relaunched under a new name after an investment from former brewing and media businessman Andrew Richardson, who also joins the board.

Owner VC2 Brands has renamed the Throsk-based company Black Wolf Brewery, drawing its new identity from the local legend of an animal that howled to alert the local population of 9th century Viking invaders.

Richardson, the former managing director of Johnston Press Scotland, has experience in the brewing trade from his time at Courage. Black Wolf has marked the relaunch with a new range of craft beers.

 

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