Around 20 jobs will be created as an historic Buxton pub enjoys a new lease of life.
The Cheshire Cheese will reopen its doors on 17 October following a major makeover from Titanic Brewery – a company with a track record of refurbishing and reviving pubs in nearby North Staffordshire.
And the High Street venue is on the look out for senior kitchen staff, with the roles of Head Chef and assistant chef up for grabs.
The Cheshire Cheese is the eighth pub to be opened by award winning real ale brewery Titanic and the seventh in the past seven years.
The Burslem based brewer has built an enviable reputation for the development of thriving community pubs and have experienced strong growth in the face of a global recession.
“The Cheshire Cheese is our first Derbyshire venture and we are excited to be investing in Buxton,” said Titanic Brewery Director, Dave Bott.
“This is a pub full of character and we have made sympathetic changes to make it as welcoming as possible to customers.
“We have a strong community ethos and pride ourselves on creating welcoming pubs which sell good local produce and are used by customers of all ages.”
“We are looking for a kitchen team to serve great quality local produce. Where ever we have opened a pub we have endeavoured to use local suppliers for food such as bread, meat and cheese and we will work to help Buxton suppliers in the same way.”
The Cheshire Cheese will be run by Titanic in an agreement with Everards Brewery who announced the purchase of the premises in June, 2013.
For further information contact Dave Bott on 01782 823447
Notes to editors:
Titanic’s full range of beer can be seen on the company’s award winning website at www.titanicbrewery.co.uk Titanic Brewery was founded in Burslem in 1985 and has grown to produce 2.3 million pints of fine ale every year. It is owned by Stafford born brothers Keith and Dave Bott. Keith is Chairman of SIBA, the society of independent brewers. The brewery name is in recognition of Stoke-on-Trent as the birthplace of Captain Edward Smith, Master of the ill fated Titanic ocean liner.
The brewery fleet –
The Bulls Head, St John’s Square, Burslem
The Greyhound, George Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme
The White Star, Kingsway, Stoke
The Royal Exchange, Radford Street, Stone
The Sun Inn, Stafford
The Roebuck Hotel, Derby Street, Leek
The Hollybush, Seighford, near Stafford
The Cheshire Cheese, High Street, Buxton.
Titanic Brewery Co. Ltd.,