Robinsons Brewery has announced the acquisition of Individual Inns, which comprises six pubs, for an undisclosed sum.

The six pubs, set to increase Robinsons Brewery’s pub estate, will also expand its managed estate to 20 sites.

Furthermore, the acquisition will support the brewery’s estate in Cumbria, as well as Yorkshire.

The pubs to be acquired are The Masons Arms in Strawberry Bank, The Wheatsheaf, Brigsteer, which incorporates Lumley Fee Bunk House, The Spread Eagle in Sawley, The Tempest in Elslack, The Fountaine Inn in Linton and Wheatley Arms in Ben Rhydding.

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Robinsons Brewery Pubs Division managing director William Robinson said: “We aim to offer great experiences through food, drinks or overnight stays, and see Individual Inns as a great example of a company that shares our values and standards and so hope the customers and the team at Individual Inns will feel that joining our family is a home from home.

“Ewan Harries and his management team have built a fantastic business over many years, and we look forward to working with them all as their great pubs join ours in a successful future.”

Over the last five years, the company invested £26.7m on 127 pubs as it prepares for a healthy future.

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Individual Inns managing director Ewan Harries commented: “I am also delighted that a family business has become the owner of Individual Inns Ltd. Our award-winning Group (Best Pub Group, 2018 Good Pub Guide) is ripe for expansion and a continued desire for excellence.”

Robinsons Brewery operates more than 260 tenanted and managed pubs in the north of England and Wales.