Basqueland Brewing Project (BPP) has selected Beatson Clark's glass bottles to pack its beers produced in San Sebastián, Spain.
Beatson Clark's 330ml amber beer bottles with a standard crown neck finish will be used to pack BPP's range of beers.
BPP's beers include Aupa, a pale ale smelling of bread and tasting of pine and citrus; Arraun, an amber ale with tropical fruit aromas; Equinox wheat ale; Imparable, a well hopped IPA; Begi Haundi oatmeal stout and Captain Norbert Kölsch, a dry-hopped German style lager.
BPP co-founder Benjamin Rozzi said: "We chose Beatson Clark's bottle because of its quality.
"It was an easy decision because there is a night and day difference in the quality of Beatson Clark's bottles and those of its competitors.
Rozzi, along with Kevin Patricio and Ben Matz, has set up the brewery earlier this year.
Beatson Clark currently supplies its products across Europe and to the US.
With the newly added amber furnace, Beatson Clark has an additional capacity to cater to the increasing consumer demand for glass packaging.
Beatson Clark marketing manager Charlotte Taylor said: "The craft brewing sector is a big growth area for us, not just in the UK but all over the world.
"We're known in the industry for combining quality products and service with the flexibility that small breweries need.
"The craft beer sector is a perfect fit for our small production runs and flexible approach."