A Little Elf Equity
Brewdog has done it. The Little Brewing Company is doing it. Seeking equity to help it grow.
The Little Brewing Company, through its parent company, TLBC Holdings Ltd, has recenly launched a capital raising seeking investor funds to increase its production, staffing and marketing capabilities.
“The Little Brewing Company has been at full stretch for a while and needs to expand its production capacity to meet current and projected demand,” said TLBC HoldingsLtd’s chief executive officer, Kylie Little.
“My husband and I have looked at a number of options to finance the business’ growth. We have built this business from scratch putting eveything into the quality of our product. It’s now time to take the business to another level and we feel that the new structure is the best option for long term sustainability and increased profitability,” Kylie said.
“At the moment it’s a great time for the craft beer industry in Australia and growth in recent years has been robust. The most recent IBISWorld industry report on the malt and beverage industry in Australia predicts strong growth of the craft beer sector in the next few years in line with international trends. Simply, we need to grow to take advantage of this,” Kylie added.
The Little Brewing Company was started in Port Macquarie about five years ago by husband and wife, Warwick and Kylie Little. The brewery fast built its reputation on the high quality and uncompromising flavour of its product, releasing six beers to date under the Wicked Elf and Mad Abbot labels, all with consistent performances in competition at national and international levels.
Information for investors is available at www.tlbcholdings.com.au or telephone Stevan Dart, SME Capital & Securities, on 0407 211 262.