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Brewery boasts five stars in hygiene scheme

Brewery boasts five stars in hygiene scheme

Friday 07 September 2018

Brewery boasts five stars in hygiene scheme

Friday 07 September 2018


The White Rock Brewery Co. said it is delighted to receive five stars from the States of Guernsey for hygiene and cleanliness.

Awarded as part of the Guernsey Food Hygiene Information Scheme, the top score reflects the brewery’s dedication to the highest of standards and best practice procedures.

The rating comes after the brewery moved to a new state of the art facility earlier this summer which it said is equipped to meet the highest of international health and safety standards, including the laying of a high specification floor with a fully drained wet area.

Commenting on the five star rating, MD Ross Gledhill said he was pleased with the score.

"Our rating reflects all the hard work we put into making sure our new brewery meets the highest of standards. At White Rock we are dedicated to quality and efficiency, always ensuring that we stay at the top of our game in terms of processes and health and safety.

"This rating comes on the back of recognition already received for product quality for our Unit Six Gin, where we received Silver in the 2018 International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC) and also “special mentions” at the prestigious ‘Gin Guides’ Gin Awards for 2018.

"Our five star rating is a positive step for our business and bodes well for our future expansion plans across the United Kingdom and further afield."

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Pictured: Some of the products brewed in Guernsey by White Rock 

White Rock is a "small artisanal brewery dedicated to producing the very best in craft beers."

Based in Guernsey, the brand has won awards previously for its gin with “special mentions” at the ‘Gin Guides’ Gin Awards for 2018 and Silver in the highly acclaimed 2018 International Wine & Spirit Competition.


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