Brewery Square resident assists local business

L - R Bob, David and Anthony with the custom cask racks
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David Murgatroyd, a resident living in Brewery Square’s residential quarters, has assisted Copper Street Brewery in its quest for quality beer racks.
Anthony Buckton, co-owner of the Brewery, was looking for new beer racks to use while bottling. While mass-produced options are readily available, they did not match the values of the business.
The business seeks to embody quality, handcrafted products and were informed that David was a skilled carpenter in his retirement. David visited the store weekly to discuss requirements with co-owner Ann Buckton and provide updates on the progress.
Anthony Buckton commented: “Together with his fellow ‘Man Shed’ member Bob Aiston, David has skilfully handcrafted exactly what we required.” The racks are also available for customers to borrow where required.
Ann Buckton added: “We have been so pleased to be welcomed into the community at Brewery Square, not a day goes by without residents waving as they pass or popping in for a chat. It’s great to see everyone keen to buy local. As well as our own beer, we also supply carefully selected beers from other local and national microbreweries.”
Charlotte Spracklen, centre manager at Brewery Square, added: “It’s great to see our residents and retailers working alongside one another and providing a variety of different experiences and opportunities.”


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