Since launching in November 2016, William Firth Woodcraft has completed a number of projects with Breweries and in the Corporate and Hospitality Industries. Each project has different requirements and therefore must be tackled in a unique way each time. Below and on these further pages, you can find out more about each project we have completed. If you have any questions or would like to get in touch to discuss your own requirements, don’t hesitate to contact us.
The work we do
Every project we complete of this nature is totally bespoke, and therefore taking a brief and coming up with a solution is a natural process for us. We work with our customers to fulfil their requirements, meaning the materials are used as efficiently as possible and utilising processes so the products last as long as possible in the environment they will be used in.
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Gallery of our work with Breweries & Corporate Customers
Breweries & Case Studies
Below shows just some examples of our work in more detail. If you’d like to find out more, head to our contact page or call Will on 07710263435.
Hammerton Brewery – Personalised Tap Handles
Summer of 2017 saw William Firth Woodcraft take a brief for Personalised Tap Handles for Hammerton Brewery based in Islington.
Thirty Tap Handles were created for several different Beers, all personalised and etched with the various branding that was required.
Thornbridge Brewery – Personalised Tap Handles & Pump Clips
One of the first jobs William Firth Woodcraft completed in 2018 was for International Brewery, Thornbridge.
Creating a variety of Tap Handles and personalised Pump Clips, each piece was personalised with etching for each Beer required.
Bells of Lazonby – Personalised Bread Boards
Bells of Lazonby and Booths Supermarket launched a social media giveaway in Autumn 2017, and in doing so, required Personalised Bread Boards to be created to be used as prizes for their fantastic competition. Keen to use a local company, William Firth Woodcraft were asked to complete the work.