A Pictou County spirit company is looking to grow even bigger in 2018. The Nova Scotia Spirit Company recently purchased a new space in the Stellarton area, which will help them reach new potential with their product.
General Manager for the distillery, Evan MacEachern, says that the two year old company has experienced tremendous sales, and want a new space to increase product and resources:
MacEachern says while they are still early in the developing stages, they hope to have the new space ready and open for May of 2019.
A Pictou County spirit company has picked up a new award that legitimizes their business and growth. Last Thursday, the Nova Scotia Spirit Company was recognized on a ‘Startup 50’ list that lists Canada’s fastest growing companies, with the Trenton company being listed in 13th place.
General Manager for the distiller, Evan MacEachern says the company has experienced a 902% growth in revenue over the past 2 years. MacEachern says he and his 15 full time employees have won many spirit awards already, but this confirms the company is very stable:
MacEachern says the group has recently purchased a much larger space which will expand their business exponentially.
They will soon have space for a distillery, pub and hopefully a brewery in the future.
A distiller based out of Trenton is returning from Baltimore with some pretty impressive awards. The Nova Scotia Spirit Company won a double gold medal for their gin, “Willing to Learn Gin”, as well as best of category.
Company General Manager, Evan MacEachern says the award comes as a big surprise for a relatively new company. MacEachern started producing in June 2015, and selling in mid October of that year. He says he is blown away to be walking away with awards already:
MacEachern says the company has exciting news in the coming weeks regarding expansion of the operation, and is looking forward to the busy summer season.