Purity Brewing Company has announced strong performance as the Warwickshire-based brewer enters its tenth year.
The company has reported a £5,900,000 turnover and a net profit of £400,000, with 158% year-on-year growth.
Purity owners Paul Halsey (pictured) and James Minkin launched the brewery at Upper Spernall Farm in 2005. Having started out with just two cask ales, Pure Gold and Pure UBU, the brewer's range has now grown to include Mad Goose, Saddle Black, as well as craft keg beers Longhorn IPA and Lawless Lager.
This summer it announced a new long-term partnership with Wasps Rugby and Ricoh Arena, as well as continuing its relationships with Coventry Rugby and a number of regional music festivals including Mostly Jazz, Moseley Folk and the Lunar Festival.
Purity managing director Paul Halsey said: 'For us, our ongoing success is absolutely down to our staff, supporters and loyal customers, who we know truly appreciate our approach to brewing. We have unwaveringly stuck to our principles of quality, attention to detail and brewing with a conscience and as we enter our 10th year have created a fantastic story and incredible following.
'Our 'Puritans' are the reason we keep growing, so here's to everyone that enjoys our beer and makes us who we are today. I can promise that our values will continue to drive everything we do as we enter an exciting new chapter.'