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Big Rock signs multi-year agreement to produce various styles of beer

by CM staff   

Manufacturing Operations Alcohol & Cannabis beer Big Rock Calgary brewery incremental revenue

This agreement represents over $3.5 million in incremental annual revenue for the corporation.

CALGARY — Big Rock Brewery Inc., signed a five-year co-pack agreement with a new partner at its Calgary brewery. Under the terms of the co-pack agreement, the corporation will produce various styles of beer and anticipates incremental revenue per annum of over $3.5 million.

Big Rock’s multi-year co-pack agreement will produce various styles of beer through to the end of fiscal 2028.

The corporation continues to execute a key aspect of its strategy in growing its co-pack business and as a result, further solidifying itself as an alcohol beverage manufacturer in Western Canada.

“We’re excited to announce another co-pack agreement for the Corporation as Big Rock continues to focus on not only increasing the utilization of our facility, but in smoothing out our annual production curve as the majority of this volume will occur in the shoulder season of our fiscal year,” stated interim President and CEO, Stephen Giblin. “The inception of this relationship is yet another strong testament to the capabilities of our people and our assets to produce complex, high-quality beverages at scale.”



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