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Beavertown reveals plans for London's largest brewery

London's Beavertown Brewery has announced plans to build the English capital's largest brewery - billed as the brand's "forever home".

'Beaverworld', a project eight years in the making, will be located on a six-acre plot of land in Ponders End, Enfield and is expected to create up to 150 jobs in the local north London area.

The larger site will allow the brewery to deliver 90,000,000 pints annually - 10 times more than at its previous Tottenham location - to meet increasing demand for Beavertown's beers. Building plans include space for a state-of-the-art brewhouse, packaging space, warehouse, logistics hub and offices. 

The expansion comes after Heineken purchased a minority stake in Beavertown Brewery in 2018, with £40 million going to fund the new brewery. The company has also been working on growing its core range of beers with new products such as Nanobot.

Beavertown Brewery founder Logan Plant said: "Beaverworld has been a long time in the making and we're thrilled that we've now started brewing on site in Enfield. We're confident that with Beaverworld, we have created a quality-driven brewery with passion and love for the craft at its core. Beaverworld is the answer to our dream of getting more Beavertown in the hands of the masses and we could not be more excited that it's now up and running. With Beaverworld we're expecting to create our own lasting legacy."

1 September 2020 - Bethany Whymark