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Salford gin brand Four Sisters ceases trading

Salford-based gin distillers Four Sisters has ceased to trade and 61 items from the company are now up for sale via auction, with bids closing from 12pm on Thursday, May 30.

The Four Sisters Gin brand was launched in 2018 by sisters Kerry Collins, Hayley Robinson, Kate Haslam and Lucy McAvoy.

Asset advisory firm Walker Singleton, which is hosting the online auction, has invited bids on the company’s distilling plant equipment, stock and operational equipment, pending the appointment of liquidators.

The distilling equipment includes an Arnold Holstein copperworks 500l still, a Sansone 500l holding tank, Vyair reverse osmosis unit and Enol and Officine master professional bottle and filling machines.

The stock and operational equipment includes a range of packaging material, mobile trolleys, lightweight racking and DELL monitors and office desks. All of the lots can be viewed online here.

Interested parties are able to bid for products online now until the auction closes from 12pm on Thursday, May 30. Viewings on the lots are by appointment only on Wednesday, May 29.

Walker Singleton director, Stephen Jones, commented: “As a family business, Four Sisters developed a strong reputation for producing high quality gin.

“The wide range of equipment and stock available will appeal to a number of buyers, from professional distillers to hobbyists distilling at home.”

For further information on the online auction and to view the lots, search ‘Walker Singleton distilling equipment auction.’

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