The brewers behind The National Trust Beer Club, which sources ales from smaller brewers nationally, have secured a pot of money to help them expand.

The Beer Club’s formation came about as an extension of Delavals’ relationship with the National Trust, for which it is an official licensee and with which it has launched four beers named after Trust properties including Seaton Delaval Hall.

Delavals has now worked with regional fund management firm NEL Fund Managers to secure a six-figure investment from the Finance For Business North East Growth Fund which NEL administers.

More than150 beers from 50 brewers are currently available via the club and the new investment will allow it to expand. The first National Trust Beer Club Festival takes place in August at Washington Old Hall.


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