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Aldeburgh: Adnams launches its 12th Cellar & Kitchen store

12:47 20 May 2014

The new Adnams Cellar & Kitchen store in Aldeburgh.

The new Adnams Cellar & Kitchen store in Aldeburgh.


Southwold-based brewer, distiller and retailer Adnams has opened a Cellar & Kitchen Store in Aldeburgh.

The store, which is the 12th of its kind, sells Adnams’ beers and hand-crafted spirits, alongside wines and a selected range of exclusive kitchenware items and gifts.

Liz Cobbold, head of retail and digital marketing at Adnams − a member of the EADT/EDP Top100 listing of the 100 largest companies in Suffolk and Norfolk − said the firm was “immensely proud” to be able to launch a shop in such a picturesque part of the world in time for the summer season.

“Just along the Suffolk coast from Southwold, Aldeburgh is a town that we at Adnams love,” she said.

“It has a wonderful culture and a relaxed coastal character, along with a great selection of independent shopping outlets and amazing places to eat.

“For us, this location seemed a natural fit for our new store.”

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