The British Bottle Company Newsletter No 1, January 2015
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Welcome to the first British Bottle Company quarterly newsletter, where we'll keep you up to date with launches, supplier news, awards, events and other highlights. We had a busy end to 2014, with market visits to Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore as well as three US states. We're even more excited about 2015, with our first product launches due, a number of new suppliers and import partners and several market trips already planned. I'd like to thank our friends who have supported us so enthusiastically as we strive to export the best British drink to the world - and to wish you all a happy and prosperous 2015.

Best of British!
Red and the BBC team

Chilgrove Lauches in SAQ
Sussex's Chilgrove Dry Gin launches in Canada this spring, after a deal between The British Bottle Company and Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ), Canada's largest drinks importer.
Mexico Trade Fair
This spring we'll be attending ANTAD Expo 2015, the largest food and drink trade show in South America. The event takes place in Guadalajara in March where we have a stand in the UKTI British Pavilion.
Scandinavian Partnership
The British Bottle Company has agreed a partnership with leading Scandinavian importer Concealed Wines to develop tenders for the three monopolies, as well as ontrade distribution in key cities.
Redemption Joins Portfolio
London brewer Redemption has joined the portfolio. Redemption is one of the most exciting breweries to come out of the Capital in recent years - a Pete Brown favorite -  brewing a range of outstanding beers including Big Chief IPA (5.5%) and Hopspur Amber Ale (4.5%). Get in touch for samples and prices.
Balfour 1503 Launched by Hush Heath
Balfour Rosé winemaker Hush Heath has recently launched a new brand of premium sparking wine, named after the year the Kent manor was built. Balfour 1503 is a Tradition Method sparkling wine in both white and Rosé style. Samples and prices available on request.
New Head of Excise
Former Head of Excise at Diageo Phil Griffiths has joined the Advisory Board of The British Bottle Company and has set up the systems and processes for our duty suspended activities. Phil previously worked for HMRC and has over twenty years experience as an expert in the field.

What is British Anyway?
Confused about why we are The British Bottle Company shipping English, Welsh and Scottish products from the United Kingdom? American C.G.P. Greg explains it all in the this Youtube video.
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