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Priest Town Brewing set to open bottle shop at Preston’s new market

Posted on - 27th February, 2018 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Preston News
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A craft beer brewery could be about to open its own bottle shop in Preston’s new market.

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Owners of Priest Town Brewing have applied for a licence to open their new premises at Box six of the market, which has recently reopened following a major refurbishment.

The bottle shop would feature the company’s selection of speciality beers including Ribbleton Red, Harris Stout, Livesey’s Lager, Addison’s Ale, PR2 IPA and Zingari.

All the beers are hand bottled and hand labelled.

Read more: All you can eat at the new Preston Market

A range of brewery’s merchandise will also be provided including a variety of t-shirts.

Priest Town Brewing at the Preston Market launch

Priest Town Brewing hope to provide beers from other local breweries at their shop including Beer Brothers and Crankshaft.

The brewery is ran by my major stakeholder Ian Stezaker, along with John Turner and Rob Ardron who both own 10% of the company.

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Ian Stezaker said: “We are planning to open a bottle shop to sell our products direct to the public.

“Lots of love goes into each bottle of beer, which are all Preston-centric.

“We currently have a range of six Proper Tasty Beers and a selection of t shirts.

“We also intend to stock beers from as many of the other recently opened local breweries such as Beer Brothers up in Walton Summit and Crankshaft down in Leyland.

“Local beer for local people.”

Priest Town Brewing beers

The new shop is still being considered by Preston City Council and you can view the full application on the council’s website.

Read more: New real ale bar to open in Preston city centre

Do you know Priest Town Brewing? What do you think about Preston’s new market? Let us know in the comments below

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