Winning at the Business Masters Awards was an honour, says brewing company boss

Paul Halsey, left, with James Minkin, co-founders of Purity Brewing Co

The managing director of a fast-growing brewing company, which raised a glass to two award wins at last year’s Business Masters, says the accolades reflect the company’s dedication to the industry.

Warwickshire-based Purity Brewing Co was a big winner at the Business Masters Awards last year, scooping the Fast Growth and Small Business awards.

The craft brewer has a growing reputation and also has the financial performance to match – doubling its sales in two years while significantly increasing its profit margins.

Purity Brewing Company managing director Paul Halsey said: “It was an honour to be recognised as Fast Growth Business and Small Business at the West Midlands Business Masters Awards 2017.

“The awards sit proudly in our offices and reflect Purity Brewing Company’s dedication to brewing and supplying great quality beer to our heartland and beyond, as well the fantastic support we get from our beloved Puritans.”

The deadline for entries is 5pm on Friday, February 2.

The black tie dinner, one of the key events in the region’s business calendar, will take place on Thursday, May 3 at Edgbaston Stadium.

To enter or book a table click here

Two new awards have been added to the programme this year – Innovation and Turnaround. Altogether, businesses can enter into up to 12 awards categories.

MHA Macintrye Hudson are the headline sponsors of the awards, which are also being supported by Birmingham Airport.