Posted by the GinBuilders team in news, on December 3rd, 2020
BrewDog Appoints GinBuilders To Represent Its LoneWolf Gin Line In Latin America And The Caribbean!
BrewDog appoints GinBuilders to represent its LoneWolf Gin line in Latin America and the Caribbean!
Alasdair Stevenson, International Spirits Market Development Manager at BrewDog Distilling, mentions ´LoneWolf Gin, owned by the famous BrewDog Company from Aberdeen Scotland, is on a mission to bring honest and charismatic spirits to the people. Obsessed with quality, we produce all our gins from scratch at our state-of-the-art distillery. BrewDog Distilling is now carbon negative – this means that we take twice as much carbon out of the air as we emit (learn more at https://www.brewdog.com/uk/tomorrow). We are excited to bring our excellent line of products to Latin America and the Caribbean in partnership with the regional gin specialists GinBuilders.
Steven Kersley, LoneWolf’s Head Distiller commented: “It took 192 unique distillations to perfect the LoneWolf Gin, to deliver the perfect balance of base and 14 botanicals. The dedication and research that has gone into the development process is unrivalled. We started out with a blank sheet of paper, rewriting the rule book and forging our own path along the way.”
Ron de la Fuente from GinBuilders passionately shares ´we are extremely proud to be chosen to represent this world class gin. Variants include LoneWolf Cloudy Lemon Gin..this wolf is a crossbreed to be reckoned with. And LoneWolf Cactus & Lime Gin, welcome to the gin´s wild frontier. No artificial flavours and no artificial colours – can’t argue with that.
Daan de Kroon from GinBuilders complements ´the Brewdog company is everything but ´another´ alcoholic beverage company. Check out the values BrewDog believes in, AND lives by here; https://www.brewdog.com/uk/community/brewdog-believe . It clearly is a great honour for GinBuilders to become an extended part of the Brewdog family and represent LoneWolf Gin in the best way possible.´
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