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Signature Brew

An innovative and flourishing brewery, with music as its main source of inspiration. Signature Brew has won multiple awards for their beers, including the SIBA for Brewery Business of the Year 2018. The company is passionate abut serving brews alongside bands; their collaborations include Foo Fighters, Frank Turner, Mastodon and alt-J.

Signature Brew's core beers are enjoyed nationwide, such as Studio Pilsner and Roadie. Their products are sold in bars, pubs and supermarkets, as well as at venues and festivals. Over the past 3 years, the company has seen YoY growth of 78%, with revenues of £1.13m in the last 12 months.

Signature Brew is currently producing over 1m pints per year and is now seeking investment to increase capacity. The company intends to move its services to a nearly site in East London and develop a new brew house. This will result in capacity increasing by three-fold. In addition, Signature Brew intends to open two more taprooms to host events and showcase their beers.

  • £628,120
    raised of £400,000 goal
  • Expired
    28 Nov 2018
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    maximum equity offered
  • 548
  • 4.26%
    equity offered
  • £9,000,000
    pre-money valuation
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