Left to right at the awards ceremony are Jules Breach (MC), Alex Cosgrove and Paul Brazier (Purity), and Andrew Armstrong, from FANUC UK Ltd
Purity Brewing Company has scooped best business under 50 employees at the Small Medium Enterprise (SME) Coventry and Warwickshire Business Awards.
The eco-friendly craft brewer also picked up the runners up award in the green category, in recognition of its efforts to recycle waste and minimise energy consumption in the brewing process.
Founded on a working farm in 2005, Purity has gone from strength to strength over the years, with a broad range of beers and an array of national and international brewing awards. The brewery now employs more than 40 people and has expanded its sales regions as far as Nottingham, Stoke-on-Trent, Bristol and London.
Purity Brewing Company also supports a range of local sports teams, music festivals and other regional events, as well as being an official partner of Wasps Rugby and Ricoh Arena.
Speaking about the awards, managing director, Paul Halsey, said: “Whilst we pride ourselves on the quality of our beers and our eco-friendly values, we’re also proud to be a local employer and an active part of the community. These awards celebrate regional business and with so many fantastic companies out there thriving, it’s great to be recognised in this way. Cheers.”