Heineken UK acquires minority stake in Brixton Brewery

29th November, 2017 by Phoebe French

London-based Brixton Brewery has announced that Heineken UK will be investing in the company to enable it to remain in Brixton and expand its brewing capacity.

Announcing the move on its website, the south London brewery revealed that its founders, Jez Galaun, Libby Galaun, Mike Ross and Xochitl Benjamin will be the majority shareholders in the business and will “continue to manage the business and guide its future”.

The investment from Heineken will allow the brewery to remain in its eponymous home and increase its brewing capacity from 12,000 pints a week to 60,000 with the purchase of a new, 15,000 sq. ft. brewery site.

Brixton Brewery was founded in 2013 after the two founding couples met in a local pub in 2010 and hatched a plan to set….

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One Response to “Heineken UK acquires minority stake in Brixton Brewery”

  1. Observer says:

    The slow and painful death of “Craft” beer continues…..

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