My idea is plain and simple to create a space that where all people can enjoy all types of beers, wines, whiskeys and spirits relaxing in a modern day 'mens club' which is open to everyone allowing them to escape their busy, stressful livestyles and truley relax.
I plan to purchase exsisting bars clubs which are for sale or suffering because of a change in social culture and refurbish them into a modern day pub serving only the finest of quality alcohol.
We will host themed events and for every pledge you will be rewarded with a loyalty card enabling you to VIP access to the most exclusive events 15% of all purchases in all of our pubs and free drinks on our official opening event towards the end of 2016.
So many people are investing in SME's and new companies looking to brew the finest craft beers and other great drinks. We are going to take it further and be the only place in town where you can sample everything from Brewdog to Fosters, JD to Wild Turkey we will have it all with limited release spirits on off and ticketed events providing customers with that rare glimps to how their favourite drink was born.
Now for the marketing peice and why you should pledge!!!
UK microbreweries’ export sales are booming as increasing international demand for craft products coincides with a growing thirst for British beer. The trend is causing SMEs to look overseas, developing new markets and expanding their business offering. Derbyshire-based Thornbridge Brewery’s export sales have doubled over the past two years, increasing from 10% to 30-35% of turnover.
The domestic market for craft beer is becoming increasingly popular, with the Society of Independent Brewers’ members survey suggesting craft beer production increased by 7% last year.
Part of the reason the sector’s small businesses are flourishing is the introduction of progressive beer duty in 2002, which means they pay less tax than their larger counterparts. This means that even though an average of 31 pubs close every week, the number of breweries has doubled over the past four years, according to industry trade body Camra.
Competition from local breweries, particularly over beer taps in bars and restaurants, is adding to the argument for smaller brewers to look at overseas markets.
Lets make something special, together!!