Innis & Gunn

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About Innis & Gunn

Innis & Gunn is a brewing company based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Brewed in Glasgow at Wellpark, established in 2003 its beer has become the most popular British bottled beer sold in Canada, and second most popular in Sweden.

About The Digital Newsroom

The Innis & Gunn Digital Newsroom is a simple and useful resource for you to keep track of all the latest news stories. High resolution images and complete press releases are available to download from here, and you can connect with our various social media profiles easily. Suggestions for improvements are welcome.

Contact Details

Jemma Holliday & Julian Obubo
Manifest London
t. +44 (0)203 1379 270
e. innisandgunn@manifest.london

Innis & Gunn

No Small Beer: Innis & Gunn pulls in profit in 2016

Scottish independent craft brewer Innis & Gunn has today reported 2016 as a year of substantial growth, having increased its annual group turnover by 22% to more than £14.3 million in 2016, up from 11.8 million in 2015.  The Edinburgh-based brewer also increased its annual gross profit by 25% from £6.8 million in 2015 to […]

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Oh Canada! Innis & Gunn honours 150 years of Canada

In celebration of the historical Canada Day, Innis & Gunn creates a limited edition beer, hosts Canada themed-parties and offers Canadians a discount. Independent craft brewer, Innis & Gunn, is celebrating its close relationship with Canada on 1st July as the country turns 150 years old. With a limited-edition barrel-aged beer combining icons of Canada […]

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Innis & Gunn rewards glass “borrowers” with a free takeaway beer

Tomorrow, Thursday, 1 June, Scottish craft brewer Innis & Gunn will hand out free beer to customers that have “borrowed” one of its distinctive lager branded pint glasses. Between 5-7pm, at the brewer’s Beer Kitchen on Edinburgh’s Lothian Road, Innis & Gunn fans will have the chance to pick up a ‘refill bag’ of lager […]

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The Art of Beer: Innis & Gunn launches flagship Beer Kitchen in Glasgow with “beer portraits”

Today, Innis & Gunn’s fourth and largest Beer Kitchen opens on Ashton Lane in the heart of Glasgow’s West End. The new venue will be the Scottish independent brewer’s flagship bar and restaurant and will feature the brewer’s first on-site microbrewery. The Beer Kitchen Ashton Lane will be open to the public on Friday 14 […]

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No Small Beer: Innis & Gunn pulls in profit in 2016

No Small Beer: Innis & Gunn pulls in profit in 2016

Scottish independent craft brewer Innis & Gunn has today reported 2016 as a year of substantial growth, having increased its annual group turnover by 22% to more than £14.3 million in 2016, up from 11.8 million in 2015.  The Edinburgh-based brewer also increased its annual gross profit by 25% from £6.8 million in 2015 to […]

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Oh Canada! Innis & Gunn honours 150 years of Canada

Oh Canada! Innis & Gunn honours 150 years of Canada

In celebration of the historical Canada Day, Innis & Gunn creates a limited edition beer, hosts Canada themed-parties and offers Canadians a discount. Independent craft brewer, Innis & Gunn, is celebrating its close relationship with Canada on 1st July as the country turns 150 years old. With a limited-edition barrel-aged beer combining icons of Canada […]

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Innis & Gunn rewards glass “borrowers” with a free takeaway beer

Innis & Gunn rewards glass “borrowers” with a free takeaway beer

Tomorrow, Thursday, 1 June, Scottish craft brewer Innis & Gunn will hand out free beer to customers that have “borrowed” one of its distinctive lager branded pint glasses. Between 5-7pm, at the brewer’s Beer Kitchen on Edinburgh’s Lothian Road, Innis & Gunn fans will have the chance to pick up a ‘refill bag’ of lager […]

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Free For All: Innis & Gunn encourages public to “borrow” pint glasses

Free For All: Innis & Gunn encourages public to “borrow” pint glasses

From noon today, Innis & Gunn will be turning a blind eye to passers-by who help themselves to a free lager pint glass from the brewer’s van parked in the centre of the Grassmarket, Edinburgh. The Edinburgh-based brewer is launching this campaign in reaction to the rising trend of “borrowed” glassware in the city. Since […]

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