Medianoche Is Coming To Tavour From WeldWerks Brewing

The COVID-19 crisis has made things difficult for many businesses, forcing them to look for new ways to do business and get their products to consumers. Most craft breweries have been quick to adapt and one company that’s really been benefiting as a result is Tavour. Breweries are looking to them as another way to increase their distribution and get their beers into the hands of more consumers.

Just last week I was telling you how Mikkeller had started making their beers available through Tavour. Now, WeldWerks Brewing out of Colorado is getting in on the act. They’ll be making their popular Medianoche Imperial Stout available through Tavour starting next week.

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Seattle Cider Company Expands Distribution To Colorado

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I’ve told you before about how quickly Seattle Cider Company has taken off since they first launched back in 2012.  Their astounding increase in sales and distribution shows no signs of slowing.  They already distribute to 11 states including: Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, Illinois, Austin, Wisconsin, California, Minnesota, Nevada and Missouri.  Now, they’re ready to expand distribution once again.

Get ready, Colorado, because Seattle Cider is coming your way.  They should arrive in Denver starting tomorrow, April 6th, and will begin rolling out in other locations across Colorado throughout the year.  See below for the details of all Denver launch events.

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Two Beers, Seattle Cider & New Belgium Announce GRAFF(T)

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It’s time for a Two Beers three-way!  In a unique collaboration, Two Beers Brewing Company has partnered with Seattle Cider Company and New Belgium Brewing Company to bring you a one of a kind ‘Graff’.  This unique beer/cider combination style, an India Pale Lager combined brewed with apple must, combines special New Belgium hop varieties, Two Beers malts and unfermented apple juice from Seattle Cider Company into a concoction that both beer and cider lovers can get behind.

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