Jump Ship moves forward with alcohol-free brewery plan IG News

Irshadgul News report,

JUMP SHIP has met its fundraising goal ahead of its crowdfunding plan closing tomorrow.

The beer brand is now planning to build an alcohol-free brewery at Roseman Steadings near Pathhead in Midlothian.

As of this morning, the company had raised £330,000 from 272 investors.

Sonja Mitchell, who founded the business in 2019, said: “Within two days of the public launch of our Seedrs campaign, we have achieved our target of £280,000 and I have watched in awe as it The figure is increasing continuously.

“This is fantastic news and we are thrilled to be able to announce the plans for our new brewery, the first exclusively non-alcoholic brewery in Scotland.

“There is a huge and growing demand for no more low range drinks and we have always focused on the quality and taste of our beers.

“This funding is testament to that and will allow us to scale our volumes and reach wider markets.

“This capital will be used to bring our production completely in-house, allowing us to stabilize prices, optimize our use of renewable energy with access to state-of-the-art biomass generators and solar power, and most importantly Importantly, it will allow us to reach more people with our fantastic range of beers.

Lucinda Bruce-Gardin, founder of gluten-free brand Genius Foods and chairman of industry body Scotland Food & Drink, is also joining Jump Ship’s advisory board.

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