Eden Mill unveils major distillery expansion plans
Eden Mill has unveiled plans for a major £3.1 million redevelopment of its brewery.
The Scottish gin and whisky distiller is looking to expand its production facilities in St Andrews, Fife, and it said the £3.1 million is part of a longer-term £8 million investment programme.
The expansion will result in an increase of whisky capacity from 300,000 litres a year to more than one million bottles a year.
The new facility will also aim to achieve a zero-carbon footprint with an emphasis on sustainable whisky production.
Paul Miller, co-founder, said: “The Eden Mill at the Eden Campus is the perfect location to create our innovative new distillery and production facility. The demand for the Eden Mill wide range of whisky and gin products is growing at a rapid pace and this modern new plant will help us satisfy that demand and expand even further.
"It will also create a great new working environment for all of the team behind Eden Mill’s continued success.”
The development is expected to be completed by summer 2020.