Emergency services are on the scene at a fire at a brewery in North Yorkshire.

Several fire crews are dealing with the incident at the disused building at Tower Brewery, in Wetherby Road, Tadcaster.

North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said there are no reports of any injuries.

A service spokesperson said crews have been at the scene since about 8.55am today (Thursday, June 12).

At 12.45pm they said: “Crews remain at this incident and are working to extinguish the fire. They will be at the scene for some time.”

Stephen Moore, general manager at the brewery, said: “The safety of our people is our top priority and all employees are safe and accounted for. The emergency services continue to manage the situation on site.”

The brewery is owned by Molson Coors and produces leading beers Carling, Coors, Madri Excepcional and Worthington’s.

The site employs 100 staff in roles covering engineering, quality, warehousing, brewing and kegging, health and safety, support functions and site management.