Paddy & Scott’s Signs New Deal with Northern Pub Group
27/03/2019 - Paddy & Scott's
Coffee supremo, Paddy & Scott’s has just signed a deal to supply family brewer, JW Lees, with coffee for the next two years.
Over the last four years, Paddy & Scott’s has worked with the pub, hotel and inn group – which dominates in the North West and North Wales – so it is delighted to have retained its contract for another 24 months.
“We’ve had a long standing relationship with JW Lees and this new contract means we will be supplying coffee to all of its managed houses and hotels throughout its estate,” explains Martin Westhorp, Sales Director for Paddy & Scott’s. “This includes both traditional espresso based drinks, along with bulk-brew for conferences and events. We will also continue to supply all of its hotel rooms with Paddy & Scott’s bedroom boxes of either cafeterias or our newly launched brew bags along with teas, sugars and other sundries,” he adds.
JW Lees has been a family brewers since 1828 and runs over 140 pubs, inns and hotels throughout the North West and North Wales. “We are delighted that JW Lees has decided to extend our contract. We know this was based around our innovation within the industry, unrivalled barista training programme and continued growth in coffee sales,” explains Martin. “The next 2 years will also see them switching to our Muchomba blend after we presented them with a tree on our coffee farm in Meru, Kenya.”
This new contract further cements Paddy & Scott’s position as the ‘go-to’ provider for those wanting authentic and high quality coffee within the pub and hospitality sector. “Our results speak for themselves,” continues Martin. “Working with us, JW Lees has seen double digit growth in sales and has even been included in Cool Coffee guide as a place that’s ‘rocking the lattes’. We work with our customers to improve both the quality of their coffee offering and provide the in-house training training required to serve it at its best. That is why so many in the industry are now choosing to work with us.”
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