Nestled at the foothills of Shutlinsloe, known as the ‘Matterhorn of Cheshire’ in the rural village of Wildboarclough in the Peak District lies a country Inn called ‘The Crag’.
The Crag Inn was bought by Doran and his family in June 2016, unbeknown to the family within the grounds of the pub there was a natural spring water supply. Water analysis and testing proved that the water was so pure (almost free from nitrates and sodium) that it was classed as premium grade spring water. The family decided that the water should be bottled and enjoyed, so a bottling plant was set up to bring you premium spring still and sparkling water.
The main aim of the venture was to produce a product that was environmentally friendly. 16 million plastic water bottles are thrown away each day in the UK, so it was decided that Crag Spring Water should be bottled in glass bottles only. This in turn led to the thought that the bottles should also be reused. It seems strange that we throw away, or at best recycle glass bottles for them to become glass bottles again! Research showed that there was no other water bottling companies in the North of England that reuses its bottles. The aim of the company was to deliver Crag Spring Water to pubs, restaurants, small business and to the individual consumer but to also collect the empty bottles, to wash, sanitise and then refill them. This would mean that our carbon footprint was significantly reduced whilst also supplying a premium product. We can’t change the past but we can change our future.
Being a family run business, the customer is key in everything we do. As your supplier we will always put you first, we are flexible, responsive and you can always rely on the service we provide. Crag Spring Water makes every effort to keep you supplied with the goods you need to run your business. With our simple ordering and flexible free delivery, our team will take away your used bottles in the crates supplied, and supply you with new stock. By taking away your old bottles we also reduce your rubbish collection charges.