Innis & Gunn has announced plans to build a flagship 400,000 brewery in the Edinburgh area.
The site is not known yet, and the project will be subject to planning consent, but the announcement comes on the back of massive volume growth.
Its Perth brewery, acquired with its purchase of the Inveralmond Brewery in 2016, would remain operational, producing the Inveralmond brews as well as limited edition and barrel aged Innis & Gunn beers.
Innis & Gunn founder, Dougal Gunn Sharp, said: “Building a brewery will cement our Edinburgh heritage and create a focal point for our beer in the capital. It will provide the brewing, packaging and warehousing capacity we need as we continue to strive to meet the surging demand for our lager.
“For me, putting the brewery in Edinburgh, where we first brewed Innis & Gunn, feels like we have come home as a business.”