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Last Raised

$550K | 5 yrs ago

About Bellfield Brewery

Bellfield Brewery is a craft brewery that produces gluten-free beers and lagers.

Bellfield Brewery Headquarter Location

46 Stanley Place

Edinburgh, Scotland, EH7 5TB,

United Kingdom

0131 656 9390

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Latest Bellfield Brewery News

Craft beer boom pushes number of UK breweries past 2,000

Oct 23, 2017

More than 300 brewers opened in 2016, in reversal of much-criticised consolidation of beer trade over past 70 years Monday 23 October 2017 01.01 EDT More than 300 new breweries were launched in the UK last year as a boom in craft beer sales encouraged startups with specialist offers ranging from gluten-free beer to ale made from leftover bread. Growth in sales of craft beer in both pubs and supermarkets has encouraged more people interested in home brewing to raise money and open their own microbreweries. The number of new breweries rose by 18% in 2016 to 1,994, according to a report by the accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young, taking growth over the past five years to 64%. The trend has continued this year, with the number of breweries rising above 2,000 for the first time since the 1930s, the company said. “The craft beer boom has reversed around 70 years of consolidation in the brewing industry and there is plenty of growth still to come,” said James Simmonds, partner at UHY Hacker Young. The company said smaller breweries also continued to benefit from a tax break introduced in 2002 by the then chancellor, Gordon Brown, paying 50% less beer duty than their larger counterparts. Bellfield Brewery was launched in Edinburgh in March 2016 as a dedicated gluten-free craft brewer, after one of its founders was diagnosed with coeliac disease and struggled to find a gluten-free beer that he enjoyed. How the beery vision of brewing a small fortune can fall flat Read more Marie Brown, the Bellfield director, said the business was founded with the aim of hitting the “sweet spot” between the rise of craft brewing and the explosive demand for gluten-free products. “The founders of Bellfield are either coeliac or have loved ones who are. After being diagnosed coeliac and coming to terms with the realisation that beer was ‘off the menu’ we decided to do something about it and turn a negative into a positive,” Brown said. Bellfield sells its beer across the UK and has recently started exporting to Malta, Singapore and Switzerland. Both of its beers – Lawless Village IPA and Bohemian Pilsner – are available in Aldi stores across Scotland. At London’s Toast Ale, craft ale is made from leftover bread as part of a campaign to reduce food waste. The company says 44% of bread is wasted, and has made it the brand’s mission to reduce that by brewing beer with unsold loaves from bakeries and unused crusts from sandwich makers. Profits go to the charity Feedback, which campaigns to end food waste. “There has been a huge growth in independent craft breweries over the last few years, which has led to greater consumer choice and more different beer styles being available in the UK than ever before,” said Neil Walker at the Society of Independent Brewers (Siba). “This growth has been in direct response to increasing demand from beer drinkers, who are demanding better quality, better flavour and more choice – all things which independent craft breweries can offer.”

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  • Where is Bellfield Brewery's headquarters?

    Bellfield Brewery's headquarters is located at 46 Stanley Place, Edinburgh.

  • What is Bellfield Brewery's latest funding round?

    Bellfield Brewery's latest funding round is Seed.

  • How much did Bellfield Brewery raise?

    Bellfield Brewery raised a total of $780K.

  • Who are the investors of Bellfield Brewery?

    Investors of Bellfield Brewery include Scottish Investment Bank, Equity Gap and Crowdcube.

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