Expansion Plan at Brewery Goes Ahead

Joule’s Brewery, Market Drayton has been granted full planning permission to extend the current brewery, creating additional storage space and a new and improved car park.

The Brewery, created in 2010 was built following an extensive design process, creating a unique brewery which combines architectural beauty, brewing excellence and industrial splendour:  A marriage of art, design and the craft of brewing.  The building has now been nationally recognised by English Heritage, CAMRA and the Victorian society, and last year was the winner of the National Pub Design Award.

Trudie Meredith, Sales and Marketing Manager commented “the extension forms an important part of the £1 million expansion plan, and since production began, Joule’s has always maintained a very high quality product, reflecting small batch production and door to door delivery.  As part as our ongoing commitment to quality, the brewery now requires more storage space, and enclosed loading bay and a much needed marketing storage area. The plan will also create a new and improved car park, providing lighting and lined parking bays for 50 cars. Work will begin this summer and the plan is to complete by Winter 2013.

Steve Nuttall, Director of Joule’s Brewery said “The Brewery has been a great success in the town and is widely supported by bringing both visitors to the town as well as employment.  The Joule’s brand makes much of its Shropshire base, its Unique Market Drayton Mineral water and carries the Market Drayton provenance on all its material.  The brewery is now always referred to as ‘The Market Drayton Brewery’.

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