North Cumbrian brewery goes into administration
Published at 08:46, Tuesday, 29 July 2014
A Cumbrian brewery has gone into administration.
Geltsdale Brewery, on the Townfoot Industrial Estate in Brampton, has said it will consider offers on its premises.
The announcement was made on its Twitter feed.
The tweet said: “Geltsdale has gone into administration offers for the brewery as a whole or part are invited.”
The company brewed a variety of beers including Brampton Bitter and Cold Fell.
It was set up in 2006 by Fiona Deal, who had been working as an archaeologist at Tullie House Museum in Carlisle and wanted to make a career change.
Originally it was based in the former premises of the Old Brampton Brewery, which had closed in 1915, and last year moved to the industrial estate.
The News & Star contacted the brewery but staff there declined to comment.
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