We spoke to a lot of people, saw many of our customers and we could finally reveal the location of the new production plant where we will be producing KeyKegs later this year. Ladies and gentlemen, SEAHAM will be the spot!
Visitors were able to win some Dutch clogs by hitting Seaham on a dartboard showing the UK map. Winner of day one was Katie Richardson from Muntons Malt. The winner of day two was Ray Davies from the award winning Grey Trees Brewery in Aberdare. Congratulations!
The UK market has been very successful for our company. Because we have a large customer base there, we have decided to expand to the UK to better support our customers on the ground.
We will be able to supply kegs faster, with more flexibility and last but not least, with less CO2 emissions. Taking into account KeyKeg already consists of 30% recycled materials, we are contributing to a better environment and getting better at it every day!