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Hartlepool-based Camerons puts 10 pubs on the market
A NORTH-EAST brewer has put 10 pubs up for sale as it looks to strengthen its business.
Camerons, based in Hartlepool, says it is disposing of the pubs as it looks to build on plans to promote a new corporate identity and range of cask brands.
Leigh Parsons, director of Colliers International’s licensed and leisure team, who are overseeing the sales, said: “While a number of the pubs within the portfolio have possible higher alternative use, the majority are in good trading locations.
“They offer interested parties opportunities to acquire well maintained businesses which are better suited to being run as independent freehouses.”
Camerons, whose ales include Gold Bullion, Strongarm and Trophy Special, plans to increase its portfolio to more than 200 sites in the next three years.
Chris Soley, Camerons' director and general manager, said: “2015 will see the company celebrate 150 years in business, and our plan is to see our brands dominate our North-East heartland area and see our products available to suppliers and customers nationwide”.
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