Some might say that opening a craft brewery during a pandemic is a bad idea. Our Lettings Manager, Richard Warrilow, would say otherwise.
Richard has been a member of the Louis Taylor family for coming up to a decade now. As an experienced Lettings Manager, he is well placed to provide you with the best possible advice whether you are a new to the world of lettings or have a larger portfolio. He is known for his hands on approach and is involved in all aspects from rental appraisals to final inspections giving unique insight into lettings process.
In conjunction with his dedicated team he can be sure to provide you sound and practical advice whatever your lettings needs.
Outside of the world of lettings Richard is an avid traveller which has organically grown into a love for craft beer. In pre-pandemic times he world regularly scour the globe in search of the perfect pint. Nowadays he brews them himself.
This desire to travel and seek out beer has led to an interesting side project into the world of brewing.
During late 2020 with significant restrictions in place both at home and abroad and with little chance to engage his hobbies, he decided to set up a microbrewery in conjunction with friends and family. Kickabo Brewery was created, bringing the beer styles of the world to Stoke-on-Trent.
It was in October 2020 that, with assistance from the Commercial Team at Louis Taylor, Kickabo Brewery moved into their premises in Burslem and since have been serving the community with an eclectic range of beers inspired by their travels around the globe.
If you’d like to see more about what Kickabo Brewery has to offer, check out their website www.kickabobrewery.com. Or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Fancy a tipple? Why not nip down to their Tap Yard at Unit 7b, Harvey Works, Lingard Street, ST6 1ED and taste some of the good stuff for yourself!
If you have been inspired by this or have a dream project you want to get off the ground, please contact our Commercial Team on 01782 260222 to discuss your property needs.