Beers of Europe in Setchey set to expand with new 150-seater restaurant and bar
Family-run business Beers of Europe in Setchey is set to expand with a new 150-seater restaurant and bar due to open at the end of the year.
Building work has already started on the project which also includes a taproom. This expansion has been partially funded by the Leader funding scheme, which is the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development that backs projects which create jobs, grow businesses and benefit the rural economy.
The business, celebrating its 20th anniversary, has donated funds to its chosen charity which reached the same milestone this year.
Beers of Europe marked its 20th year with a beer brewed exclusively for them by the Norfolk Brewhouse called TapRoom Twenty and donated 20p from the sale of each bottle to East Anglian Air Ambulance. It has now handed over a cheque for £200 to the charity.
The beer was made with help from Beers of Europe trainee sommelier Matthew Keeley-Smith. Norfolk Brewhouse is owned and run by Rachel and David Holliday.
Beers of Europe, is owned by Derek and Carol Clark and their two sons Daniel and Jason.
Daniel Clark, a director, said: “We are delighted to continue to support EAAA in their vitally important work which is especially important at the moment.”
Although the shop is at present shut due to the building work, the whole range of over 5,000 beers and spirits is available online for home delivery or click and collect from its website www.beersofeurope.co.uk
The sister businesses on site, The Warehouse Antiques & Collectables, The Warehouse Bookshop and The Steiff Shop are still open every day.