Sentinel (Stoke) story: Titanic Brewery hopes new facilities will help support other local businesses

NEW conference and meeting room facilities are being made available to businesses as part of the expansion of Titanic Brewery.

The Sample Room at the Burslem company means it has professional-standard visitor facilities for the first time.

Around £300,000 has been spent on new offices, a brewery shop and a remodelled brewery with new up-to-the-minute cooling tanks and additional cool stores.

Office staff have moved from the brewery into refurbished units elsewhere in Callender Place, and there is also a welcoming new reception.

Titanic Brewery has hosted brewery tours for several years, but the new Sample Room gives visitors a place to relax and enjoy a drink and a bar meal.

Now these facilities are being opened up to businesses.

“Titanic has grown from a brewery producing just seven barrels to more than 2.5 million pints per year during 11 years in our Callender Place home,” said director Dave Bott.

“We now have 20 staff at the brewery and over 100 in our pubs.

“We were effectively bursting at the seams, but by expanding the number of buildings we occupy, we have been able to remodel the brewery to create good quality visitor facilities.

“The refurbishment gives us space to grow and we plan to make our hospitality facilities available for companies and charities holding corporate events and training workshops.”

The facilities will be available for businesses to hold the likes of meetings, workshops and seminars from October 25.

Call 01782 823447 or e-mail sam@titanicbrewery.co.uk