Scotland’s largest independent brewery is expanding, creating 130 jobs at its plant in Aberdeenshire over the next four years. The craft beer company, whose recent offerings include gluten-free Vagabond ale, exports to more than 50 countries and has opened bars as far afield as Brazil and Japan. International sales hit £9.7m last year under co-founders James Watt and Martin Dickie, both 32, who have used television shows in America and Europe to celebrate and promote the making of craft beers.
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