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Today Kona Brewing Company launches its March to Maui sweepstakes – an exciting initiative that bridges Kona’s Aloha island spirit together with the legendary Maui Jim Maui Invitational. The annual tournament, which started in 1984, began following the historic 1982 upset of top-ranked University of Virginia to Chaminade University of Honolulu. To celebrate the incredible win and Hawaii’s passion for basketball, the Maui Jim Maui Invitational was born. Through the March to Maui sweepstakes, Kona Brewing Company embraces its own Hawaiian story and offers both basketball and brew fans an opportunity to attend this premier tournament, which takes place November 19-21.
To participate, fans are invited to text “MARCH TO MAUI” to 66555 to enter to win a dream trip for two to Maui from now until August 31. The complete prize package includes:
Two round-trip airfare tickets to Maui (U.S. only)
Two tickets to select Maui Jim Maui Invitational games
“We at Kona Brewing think the Maui Jim Maui Invitational is the perfect moment to shed light on the Aloha spirit that shines throughout Hawaii, where fun competition brings together friends, culture and family,” said Eric Chang, Senior Hawaii Marketing Manager at Kona Brewing Co. “Through this we remind the mainlanders that the Aloha way of life is warm, welcoming, and, with a Kona in hand, absolutely refreshing.”
As the official beer sponsor of the Maui Jim Maui Invitational, Kona Brewing Company will donate all the beer for the three-day tournament & all sales of Kona beer during the tournament will benefit Charminade University’s athletic department. This is part of Kona Brewing Company’s continual effort to support the local community in Hawaii.
To learn more about Kona Brewing Company and the March to Maui campaign along with official rules and regulations, visit www.marchtomaui.com. Also, be sure to follow @KonaBrewingCo on Twitter & Instagram for the latest news and updates.
About Kona Brewing Co.
Kona Brewing Company was started in Kailua-Kona on the Island of Hawaii in the spring of 1994 by father and son team Cameron Healy and Spoon Khalsa, who had a dream to create fresh, local island brews made with spirit, passion and quality. Today, Kona is Hawaii’s largest and favorite craft brewery, known for top-selling flagship beers Longboard Island Lager and Big Wave Golden Ale and award-winning innovative small-batch beers available across the Islands. The Hawaii-born and Hawaii-based craft brewery prides itself on brewing the freshest beer of exceptional quality closest to market. This helps to minimize its carbon footprint by reducing shipping of raw materials, finished beer and packaging materials.
Kona Brewing Co. has become one of the top craft beer brands in the world, while remaining steadfastly committed to its home market through a strong focus on innovation, sustainability and community outreach. The Hawaii-based craft brewery is part of Craft Brew Alliance, an independent craft brewing company that brews and distributes a variety of award-winning craft beer and cider brands around the world. For more information call 808-334-BREW (2739) or visit www.KonaBrewingCo.com. Talk with us via Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @KonaBrewingCo
About Maui Jim Maui Invitational
In December 1982, then No. 1 ranked Virginia, led by National College Player of the Year Ralph Sampson, played little-known NAIA Chaminade University in Honolulu while on the way back from a trip to Tokyo. The Silverswords stunned Virginia 77-72 in one of the greatest upsets in college basketball history. Two years later, in 1984, Chaminade University hosted the first Maui Jim Maui Invitational and it has proven to be the premier early-season college basketball tournament for 34 years running. Each year, the Maui Jim Maui Invitational attracts the top programs, best-known coaches and most outstanding players to compete in an exciting atmosphere at the Lahaina Civic Center near the beautiful beaches of Maui
Cascade Brewing released Melonius Blond today, its first-ever bottled melon sour. The Northwest sour ale is a blend of blond and wheat ales aged in oak barrels for up to 14 months with cantaloupe and Summer Kiss melons. This limited offering is available in 750 ml bottles and on draft through Cascade’s regular distribution channels, as well as in-house at both its Portland area pubs.
Showcasing Oregon-grown fruit harvested at peak ripeness, Melonius Blond offers notes of fresh summer melons, orange blossoms and sour candies, with a touch of honeycomb and green peppercorn. The beer is 6.8 percent alcohol by volume.
The brewery produced just 50 barrels of Melonious Blond, which is a Tier One offering; Cascade’s bottles have distinct label styles for each of the three Cascade Brewing pricing tiers, with each label within the tier utilizing distinctive colors to clearly differentiate each beer. The tiers differ by the style of beer used in the product, the type ingredients contained within, the time aged in the barrels and types of barrels used.
The next Cascade beer to be released is Pearpawsterous, a collaboration project with Upland Brewing in Indiana. Another limited project, Pearpawsterous features regional ingredients sourced from each brewery’s home state – Oregon-grown pears and Indiana-grown paw paws – layered over a base of sour wheat ales aged for up to 12 months in oak barrels. Paw paw fruit has a sweet, custard-like flavor somewhat similar to banana, mango, and cantaloupe. Look for this release March 25.
About Cascade Brewing
Cascade Brewing has been a pioneer in the sour beer renaissance since 2006 and the proud innovator of the Northwest Sour Ale. Its distinctive sour beer blends feature fruit forward, barrel-aged ales with an emphasis on project year-to-year variation. These beers offer a complex array of flavors derived from the acid, the fruit and the residual flavors present in the barrels in which they age. The resulting beers offer a complex array of flavors and aromas derived from with each project year, capturing the unique subtleties of that year’s growing season. Cascade Brewing’s sour ales are brewed and blended in Portland, Oregon. For more information, visit CascadeBrewing.com and join the brewery on social media @CascadeBrewing, #CascadeBrewing and #HouseofSour. Cheers to the sours; enjoy in a profoundly wise manner.
Black Fury is the most aggressively sour beer New Braunfels Brewing crafts. Brewed as their farmhouse dunkelweizen, Schwartz, with 4 malts and a distinctive chocolate palate, they aged Blend5 of Black Fury in small, 15 gallon barrels for 11 months. The smaller barrels encourage a quicker oxygen uptake, lending this beer a dynamic sour and oak character.
This year New Braunfels Brewing started with 24 barrels to blend. They selected barrels that had a pleasant mix of tart, oak and funk. Some barrels exhibited acetic notes more than others and for 2018 they dumped those barrels to encourage a silkier tartness over the brash sour notes of acetic vinegar. New Braunfels Brewing also added 150 gallons of the base beer fermented with their mixed culture and blended together in steel with the beer from the barrels for two months. The idea was to attempt to tame the aggressive barrel character and promote a drinkability that New Braunfels Brewing believes was lacking in previous releases.
If you’ve tasted this beer before, you’ll notice a distinct smoothness to this release, which has Head Brewer Nathan’s fingerprints all over it. Its part of New Braunfels Brewing’s new focus on balance and a deeper understanding of the nuances of their mixed culture.
In the end, New Braunfels Brewing blended together 350 gallons of finished beer into what they feel is a distinctive black sour creation that is complex, dynamic and unique, while maintaining a drinkability for Blend5 that makes this their proudest release of Black Fury to date.
For their 2018 release they have 80 cases of 500ml bottles and 30 kegs available exclusively in our taproom this weekend. Hours are Saturday 11-10p and Sunday 1-7p.
Next week this beer will make it around TX, to Louisiana and to San Diego.
Brunswick Bierworks is toasting the arrival of one of the world’s leading brewmasters – La Trappe Brewmaster Lodewijk Swinkels is joining the Brunswick team as Brewmaster and Head of Operations.
Swinkels comes from beer royalty. He is the seventh generation of brewers and for the past 14 years, has been the Brewmaster at De Koningshoeven Brewery (La Trappe) where he won numerous international brewing awards and established La Trappe’s world-renowned barrel aging program.
Swinkels’ connection to Brunswick Bierworks goes back decades to the Technical University of Munich in Weihenstephan where he received his training and befriended Brunswick Bierwork’s Senior Brewing Advisor Christian Riemerschmid von der Heide.
Their reunion embodies Brunswick Bierworks’ spirit, as it becomes one of North America’s top breweries for partnerships and innovation and its vision to collaborate with more European beer brands.
“I was drawn to the passion here and to be honest, I was drawn to the beer. To be able to brew with some of the most iconic and innovative brewers in a brand new, world-class facility is something you dream about,” Swinkels said.
“It is truly an honor to have one of the world’s best brewmasters coach, train and mentor the Brunswick Bierworks brewing team,” said Partner Mike Laba.
About Brunswick Bierworks
Toronto-based Brunswick Bierworks is a collective of brewery partners who focus on collaboration and innovation, quality, and freshness. Brewed to the exact specifications under the supervision of each brewery’s own Brewmaster, Brunswick Bierworks has partnered with some of the world’s most historic and exciting brewers including: the oldest brewery in the world Weihenstephaner, Sweden’s legendary Swedish brewer Omnipollo, B.C.’s Phillips Brewing & Malting and Toronto’s rising stars Ace Hill and Lost Craft.
In February 2018, the brewery opened its neighbourhood Taproom and Event Space.
Victory Brewing Company welcomes back Summer Love Ale for its 9th consecutive year, this time with a new, vibrant look. The Golden Ale’s new packaging showcases all the best summer has to offer: sunshine, blue skies, and beach days. For the first time, Victory will offer Summer Love Ale in 15-pack cans to give fans 36 more ounces of the Golden Ale.
Victory Co-Founder and Brewmaster, Bill Covaleski shares, “Summer has always been primetime for making good memories and we know that our Summer Love Ale has contributed to many great ones. Knowing that all good times come from exciting experiences, we amped up the packaging to reflect the cool comfort during hot days that our fans rely on Summer Love Ale for.” As Victory Brewing Company’s most popular seasonal, Summer Love is a staple in coolers and backpacks across the country from the time beer drinkers gain an extra hour of sunlight until they can no longer find the beer on shelves. For many, Summer Love’s return is the unofficial start to summer.
Summer Love Ale is a refreshing and aromatic, 5.2% Golden Ale with citrusy hop aromas that give way to lemony hop flavors to help you enjoy those easy days of summer. Victory Co-Founder and Brewmaster, Ron Barchet nods to the popularity of Summer Love and explains the attributes that aid to its success, “Summer Love is designed for easy, yet flavorful drinking. The hop selection played a big part. We chose hops like Citra that produce a pleasant, citrusy dryness. Brewing a beer light in body with a clean, citrusy finish makes it the perfect thirst quencher for our fans to enjoy.”
Returning formats include 12 oz. bottles in 6-packs and 12-packs; 12 oz. cans in 6-packs; and 16 oz. cans for special venues. New 15-pack cans plus returning formats have started shipping. Summer Love will be available regionally through August. To find Summer Love near you check out Victory’s Beer Finder.
More than 70,000 beer lovers are expected to travel from around the world to attend the 31st annual Oregon Brewers Festival (OBF) this summer. Considered one of the nation’s longest-running and best-loved craft beer events, the outdoor festival will take place July 26 through July 29 at Tom McCall Waterfront Park on the west bank of the Willamette River. Gates open at 11:30am daily, and taps are open from Noon to 9pm Thursday through Saturday, and Noon to 7pm Sunday.
The OBF will serve 80 craft beers from small, traditional, and independent craft breweries located in 10 different states, as well as The Netherlands, and Baja, California. The northwestern Mexican state of Baja has defined itself as the country’s largest contingent for “cerveza artesanal,” and the festival is excited to present five breweries from that region.
The complete list of participating breweries includes 54-40, Agua Mala, Anderson Valley, Backwoods, Baerlic, Bayern, Belching Beaver, Boneyard, Boulder, Boundary Bay, Breakside, Buoy, Caldera, Cascade, Coin Toss, Crooked Stave, Depoe Bay, Deschutes, Double Mountain, Ecliptic, Everybody’s, Fauna, Fort George, Fortside, Freebridge, Fremont, Gigantic, Golden Valley, GoodLife, Great Divide, Great Northern, Great Notion, Heathen, Heretic, Hopworks, Insurgente, Iron Horse, Kells, Laurelwood, Lompoc, MadTree, Maui, McMenamins, Melvin, Migration, Monkless, Natian, New Holland, Ninkasi, Old Town, Oproer, Oregon City, Pelican, Perennial, pFriem, Portland, RiverBend, Rogue, Royale, Rusty Truck, Sasquatch, Scout, Silver Falls, Silver Moon, StormBreaker, Sunriver, Terminal Gravity, Three Creeks, Three Mugs, Thunder Island, Transpeninsular, Upright, Uptown Market, Vertigo, Von Ebert, Wendlandt, Widmer, Wild Ride, Wolf Tree, and Zoiglhaus.
The festival will present more than two dozen different beer styles ranging from Berliner Weisse to Belgians, IPAs to IPLs, pales to Pilsners, and sours to stouts. For the first time ever, the OBF will also offer two ciders – one from Cider Riot! and the other from Reverend Nat’s – as well as one red and one white wine.
The vibrant festival will also feature live music all four days with no cover charge, six food booths, a number of beer related vendors, souvenir sales, and homebrew demonstrations.
The OBF is not a ticketed event; it is free to enter the festival grounds. In order to taste beer, the purchase of a souvenir tasting mug from the current year is required, which costs $7. Beer is purchased with wooden tokens, which cost $1 apiece. Patrons pay four tokens for a full mug of beer, or one token for a taste. The purchase of mugs and tokens is made on-site. The event is cash-only, with eight ATMs located on-premise.
The festival encourages responsible drinking and urges patrons to take Tri-Met; the MAX Light Rail has a station one block from the main festival entrance. Alternately, attendees who ride their bikes can park them for free in the Hopworks Urban Brewery secure bike corral. For those who bring a designated driver, the Crater Lake Soda Garden provides complimentary handcrafted soda (no mug purchase required). Minors, who are allowed into the event all hours when accompanied by a parent, also receive free Crater Lake Soda.
In celebration of their impact on Oregon brewing history, the McMenamins family has been chosen as this year’s ceremonial Grand Marshals to lead the parade and tap the official opening ceremony first keg. Soon after McMenamins opened Portland’s Barley Mill Pub on S.E. Hawthorne Blvd. 35 years ago, Brian and Mike McMenamin, along with other craft brewing pioneers, successfully lobbied their elected representatives to pass an Oregon bill allowing people to make and sell their beer onsite. The “brewpub” concept was born and McMenamins opened Oregon’s first post-Prohibition brewpub, the Hillsdale Brewery & Public House in S.W. Portland. Today, McMenamins remains a family run company and offers hundreds of varieties of handcrafted beers.
The Oregon Brewers Festival was founded in 1988 as an opportunity to expose the public to microbrews at a time when the craft brewing industry was just getting off the ground. Today, that industry has flourished, with more than 5,300 craft breweries in America, according to the Brewer’s Association. The economic impact of the Oregon Brewers Festival on the local economy is annually more than $20 million. For more information visit OregonBrewFest.com or follow @OregonBrewfest on social media, using hashtag #OBF18.
Cigar City Brewing continues to expand the reach of its world-class beers with the addition of Arizona to the Florida-based brewery’s distribution network. CCB has partnered with Crescent Crown Distributing, Canyon Distributing Company, Finley Distributing and Legacy Beverage to distribute its portfolio of unique ales and lagers, including the award-winning Jai Alai IPA, throughout the Grand Canyon State. Kegs and twelve ounce cans of Jai Alai IPA, Maduro Brown Ale and their newest year-round offering Guayabera Citra Pale Ale will be available throughout Arizona beginning in February.
Looking to build on the strong relationship between these outstanding Arizona wholesalers and their CANarchy portfolio-mates Oskar Blues Brewery, Cigar City Brewing enters the Arizona market poised for strong and sustained growth following their launch. One of the fastest growing brands in the country, CCB boasts the best selling craft six-pack can through national IRI reporting in Jai Alai IPA with other year-round and seasonal offerings complementing. National and international awards and accolades have garnered attention for the brewery since their inception in 2009.
“We’ve flirted with the Arizona market at various beer festivals and we know that craft beer fans have been enthusiastically awaiting full-time distribution of our distinct beers,” says CCB’s El Lector Neil Callaghan. “Thanks to our CANarchy partnership, we’ve been able to increase our production capacity and finally produce enough beer to make a huge splash in the Grand Canyon State. Our distributor network includes the best wholesalers in the state and they’re helping to put Cigar City Brewing beers in the hands of beer lovers in this developed, engaged craft beer market. ”
Crescent Crown Distributing’s Senior Vice President Joe Cotroneo says, “Cigar City Brewing’s beers are both highly regarded and highly sought after. We feel very fortunate to partner with CCB in bringing these storied beers to Arizona. We received a small amount of beer to serve at the Strong Beer festival in February and the line to taste it was the longest of any brewer! Cigar City Brewing is going to be a very nice addition to the already vibrant beer scene in our market.”
Market launch events will be taking place throughout Arizona in March with numerous Cigar City Brewing representatives traveling from Tampa to celebrate the arrival of these unique ales and lagers in the state. These events will feature additional Cigar City Brewing beers and will be incredible opportunities for Chicago’s craft beer fans to learn about Cigar City Brewing’s history and its award winning beer from the people who know it best.
Cigar City Brewing’s beer, including award-winning Jai Alai IPA, will be available in fifteen states encompassing Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Colorado, Utah, Texas, Illinois and California starting in mid-February. Cigar City Brewing’s ales and lagers are also exported to Denmark.
Visit Cigar City Brewing’s website [www.cigarcitybrewing.com] for full beer information and to find CCB beer closest to you.
About Cigar City Brewing:
Cigar City Brewing, makers of Jai Alai IPA and Hunahpu’s Imperial Stout, was founded in 2009 by Joey Redner with the goal of creating world-class beer that reflected the flavors and history of the Tampa region. This unique approach resonated with local and national markets and the brewery has quickly to produce over 90,000 barrels of beer annually. Along with Oskar Blues Brewery, Perrin Brewing, Squatters Craft Beers and Wasatch Brewery, Cigar City Brewing is a part of CANarchy, a craft brewing collective that represents the largest canned craft beer supplier in the country.
Drake’s Brewing Co. has become well known in recent years for its double IPAs, rich barrel-aged stouts, and innovative limited releases. But with the year-round bottled release of Flyway, a North German-style pilsner, Drake’s is honoring a classic beer style that’s been growing in demand over the past year (since it debuted as a draft-only beer).
Inspired by the Pacific Flyway, a major migratory path for birds that extends from Alaska to Patagonia, and a nod to the unofficial duck mascot of Drake’s, Flyway Pils is pleasantly dry and crisp. Flyway Pils is made with Extra Pale Premium Pilsner Malt from world-class German malting house Weyermann Malting Company. Made with some of the palest barley, it produces a hint of malty sweetness and honey flavors. The brewing team uses Vanguard hops, an unjustly ignored hop that deserves some recognition, according to Brewmaster John Gillooly. A direct descendant of the German noble hop Hallertau Mittlefrüh, Vanguard lends a delicate cedar and woody characteristic along with a soft bitterness. In keeping with the beer’s European lineage, Drake’s ferments Flyway Pils with a lager yeast strain that can be traced back to Carlsberg Brewery in Denmark, who first isolated and domesticated it in 1882. Extra clean and crisp, it dials the beer up to 4.5% ABV.
Available now, Flyway Pils is sold in bottled six-packs across all of Drake’s retail, restaurant, and bar distribution channels and is also taking a place in Drake’s Hop Ladder Variety 12-pack alongside cult favorites 1500 Dry Hopped Ale, Best Coast IPA, and Denogginizer Double IPA).
About Drake’s Brewing Co.:
Drake’s Brewing Co. is an independent craft brewery located in San Leandro, Calif., that has been dedicated to bringing people together over great beer since 1989. Quietly situated in its gritty warehouse environs, Drake’s has become known over the years for consistently producing a wide variety of hop-forward craft beers. From the groundbreaking 1500 Pale Ale to innovative creations like the Denogginizer Double IPA, and a growing collection of artisan barrel-aged and sour beers, the brewery’s commitment to quality and integrity shines through in every beer. As one of the original craft breweries in the Bay Area, Drake’s is dedicated to supporting its community first and working tirelessly to bring its brand of quality beer to more people.
Stone Brewing announces a 2018 lineup of packaged Exclusive Release Beers available only at Stone Brewing locations. These beers are intended only for Stone’s most dedicated fans making the pilgrimage to its tap rooms and company stores in Southern California and Richmond, VA.
Experimental beers and pilot batches are constantly rotating through Stone’s growler fill list and that won’t change. Instead, the team is adding to its in-store only offerings with packaged beers not found at retailers. Each beer exemplifies Stone’s commitment to innovation, bringing fresh styles to the mix and showcasing new bold flavors.
“We love our dedicated fans who visit us, growlers in hand, to fill up on the latest pilot beers and freshest new releases,” said Dominic Engels, Stone Brewing CEO. “With so much creativity now happening at each of our three breweries, we identified the opportunity to give something more to our fans, who we really believe deserve something special. These in-store releases will include some pilot batch fan favorites, one-off celebratory beers and first-look availability of our larger releases.”
Stone White Ghost Berliner Weisse – Brewed exclusively at Stone Berlin and imported to the US, this tartly refreshing, kettle-soured Berliner Weisse is available in 0.33l four-pack cans. Naturally, Stone upped the ABV to a healthy 4.7% and hopped the traditionally-brewed beer with new German varieties, Huell Melon and Callista.
Stone Liberty Station 5th Anniversary IPA – After five years of unique and experimental beers, Stone’s Liberty Station pilot brewery celebrates a milestone anniversary with a landmark beer. The tropical IPA is brewed with Spirulina – a natural algae-based superfood. The beer will release in 16oz four-pack cans the week of May 14.
Stone Mission Warehouse Sour – This year, Stone dove enthusiastically into the world of funk. The third in the series of quarterly releases launches with online presale via EventBrite in June.
Stone Notorious P.O.G. Berliner Weisse – An original recipe of Kris Ketcham, senior manager of brewing & innovation – Liberty Station, this Berliner Weisse with passion fruit, orange and guava makes its packaged debut after years of fans clamoring for its small-batch releases. Limited quantities will be available in 16oz four-pack cans beginning the week of July 2.
Stone First Look Beers – New this year, Stone will release select upcoming special release and seasonal beers for fans in a “First Look” format set to release approximately 60-90 days prior to the public release date. Limited amounts will be bottled or canned in preliminary packaging including the following:
Stone ///Fear.Movie.Lions Double IPA – Available Spring
Stone Brewing American Homebrewers Association Homebrew Competition Collaboration Beer – Available Fall
Stone Sanctimonious IPA – Available Fall
About Stone Brewing:
Founded by Greg Koch and Steve Wagner in 1996, the groundbreaking San Diego-based Stone Brewing is the 9th largest craft brewer in the United States. Recognized as an award-winning, industry leader, Stone has been listed on the Inc. 500 | 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies list 12 times, has been called the “All-time Top Brewery on Planet Earth” by BeerAdvocate magazine twice. The multifaceted company is the first American craft brewer to independently build, own and operate their own brewery in Europe (Berlin, Germany), and also opened a production brewery in Richmond, Virginia in 2016. Known for its bold, flavorful and largely hop-centric beers, Stone has earned a reputation for brewing outstanding, unique beers while maintaining an unwavering commitment to sustainability, business ethics, philanthropy and the art of brewing…and pledging to never, ever, sell out to the man. For more information on Stone Brewing, please visit stonebrewing.com or the company’s social media sites: Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.
Westlake’s Sibling Revelry Brewing will expand distribution outside of Northeast Ohio to Columbus, Cincinnati, and neighboring counties beginning March 5.
The Northeast Ohio craft brewery has seen dramatic growth over the past year despite a competitive Cleveland craft market. Beverage Distributors and 17th Star will assist outside of Sibling Revelry’s self-distribution territory.
“Beverage Distributors and 17th Star are both reliable, respected distributors with proven track records of success that will help us take Sibling Revelry to the next level,” says part owner Sean Kennedy. “Craft beer fans have been very receptive to our releases and we can’t wait to bring our great product lineup to even more people.”
Pete Velez, Head Brewmaster for Sibling Revelry, agrees. “We’ve been trying to bring our brand to these new cities for months. Thanks to our friends in Beverage Distributors and 17th Star, we finally can. We think people that haven’t heard of Sibling Revelry before will enjoy what we have to offer. I believe we can become an important staple in those markets.”
Both Sibling Revelry’s year-round and seasonal can lineup will be available including: IPA, Swing State Dry-hopped Pale Ale, Red, Third Wheel Belgian Tripel, Blood Brood Hefeweizen, Siblime Lager, Oakd Festbier, and Pecan Brown Ale.
Beverage Distributors will handle distribution in Ashland, Ashtabula, Columbiana, Erie, Geauga, Huron, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, and Wayne counties. 17th Star will take over distribution in Adams, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Greene, Hamilton, Highland, Licking, Marion, Morrow, Montgomery, Preble, Union, and Warren counties.
Sibling Revelry Brewing opened in February 2016 and will be undergoing an expansion starting March 5, 2018.
ABOUT SIBLING REVELRY BREWING
Sibling Revelry is a family-owned production facility and taproom located at 29305 Clemens Road in Westlake, Ohio. Offering 16 craft beers on tap, SRB distributes cans and kegs of year-round and seasonal releases throughout Ohio. http://siblingrevelrybrewing.com
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