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Scotland's Eden Mill has lined up a GBP3.1m (US$3.9m) investment in its distillery in the country.

Earlier this year, Eden Mill launched the Love Gin liqueur

Earlier this year, Eden Mill launched the Love Gin liqueur

The company, which operates in both the beer and spirits categories, said earlier today it will expand its current gin and whisky production facility, located in Fife. While GBP2m has been set aside for the plant expansion, the remaining GBP1.1m will go towards "building works" at the site.

Upon completion, the craft brewer and distiller hopes to double its production capacity from the current 300,000 litres of whisky spirit per year to 600,000 litres.

"The demand for the Eden Mill wide range of whisky and gin products is growing at a rapid pace and this modern new plant will help us satisfy that demand and expand even further," said co-founder Paul Miller. "It will also create a great new working environment for all of the team behind Eden Mill's continued success."

At the start of the year, the company, which was formed in 2012, headed over the border into England through its purchase of Eden River Brewery in Cumbria.

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