Portland, OR - Responding to increased consumer demand, Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) today announced the recent signing of new distribution agreements to send its world-class, sustainably brewed beer to Alaska and Hawaii. In addition, HUB added three 80 bbl. fermentation tanks which expand its brewing capacity to 22,000 barrels annually. Starting in March, Hopworks award-winning beer will be available in cans, bottles and on-draft in leading taphouses, grocery stores and markets in the two states.
“We are working to incrementally grow in the region while meeting existing demands and increasing our capacity in a meaningful way,” said Christian Ettinger, Brewmaster and Founder of Hopworks. “For us, it’s all about sharing great organic and sustainably-made beer while modeling environmentally responsible business practices.”
K&L Distributors Inc. was selected to bring HUB beer to accounts in Anchorage, Fairbanks and the surrounding area and in Hawaii, Hopworks is partnering with Craft Northwest Distributors for accounts on Oahu, including Whole Foods Market and Tamura’s Fine Wine & Liquors. Read More…
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This post was written by admin on February 27, 2015