UK’s Wrexham Lager exports first 18,000 bottles of beer to Poland

Sales and operations manager Joss Roberts, who introduced the world to the Bootlegger brew, said: We have had interest from countries such as France, Switzerland – and now Poland.

WREXHAM Lager has apologised for traffic disruption – but it was all in a good cause.

Wrexham Lager was pleased to be despatching a major order of its award-winning lager to Poland – but they didn’t expect the driver to bring the articulated lorry cab first into the yard.

It meant that, after the trailer was loaded with 18,000 bottles of both Wrexham Lager and Bootlegger Pilsner, brewery staff had to stop traffic while the driver reversed the lorry out again.

The pick up was another milestone in the Wrexham Lager success story as it is the first major export of the beers into Europe after they both won gold awards in 2020.

Sales and operations manager Joss Roberts, who introduced the world to the Bootlegger brew, said: We have had interest from countries such as France, Switzerland and now Poland. But but we’ve unfortunately been held up since winning the golds due to Brexit and covid…until now!

“A company named United Distribitions Holdings in Poland saw our success publicised – they were impressed with the gold medals we have been awarded and also our growth over the last year online. They sampled and loved the beer and have now taken it on to distribute around Poland to convenience stores, retail and supermarkets!

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