CAPE MAY, NJ – Cape Might Brewing Firm is worked up to announce that they’ve formally partnered with further Pennsylvania distributors to extend their distribution footprint throughout Pennsylvania to incorporate areas surrounding Scranton, Harrisburg, and Pittsburgh.
“We’re so thrilled to open these new markets, as a result of that is the place our followers stay,” says Cape Might Brewing Firm CEO Ryan Krill. “Our knowledge revealed a variety of insights about the place our followers have been coming from after they traveled to see us down right here in Cape Might, and we’re excited to have the ability to supply our brews nearer to dwelling.”
Cape Might Brewing Firm has partnered with Wilson-McGinley for Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania distribution, together with the next counties: Beaver, Butler, Armstrong, Indiana, Washington, Allegheny, Westmoreland, Greene, and Fayette counties.
They’ve partnered with LT Verrastro in northeastern Pennsylvania for the next counties: Wayne, Pike, Monroe, Carbon, Luzerne, and Lackawanna counties.
In South Central Pennsylvania, they’ve partnered with Ace for the next counties: Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Dauphin, Lebanon, Cumberland, York, Adams, Franklin, and Fulton counties.
“A lot of our followers take pleasure in our merchandise whereas they’re on trip right here in South Jersey, however now the holiday would not have to finish,” shares Cape Might Brewing Firm Advertising Director Alicia Grasso. “We will convey a chunk of the shore as much as of us who might solely get to go to annually, and convey our merchandise to individuals who have not but had the prospect to expertise them.”
Cape Might Brewing Firm distributes their core flagships in addition to a rotating seasonal choice to those places, together with Cape Might IPA and Coastal Evacuation.
Cape Might IPA is a 6.3% ABV American IPA that’s loaded with floral and citrus notes, well-balanced with a zesty end. It is a West Coast-style IPA Crafted on the Cape within the East Coast.
Coastal Evacuation is an 8.0% ABV Double IPA that’s as large and daring as hurricane season itself, with a Centennial-forward, brazen mix of hops serving up hints of orange citrus and honeydew melon. It is time to evacuate. Are you ready?
Cape Might Brewing Firm’s seasonal choices embrace Crushin’ It, an 8.0% ABV Orange India Pale Ale brewed with Citra, Mosaic, and Azacca hops that mix collectively to intensify the recent flavors of orange juice, making this brew dry, approachable, and completely balanced. .
These new markets symbolize the latest territory enlargement for Cape Might Brewing Firm; their merchandise have been beforehand solely out there in New Jersey, Delaware, and the counties surrounding Philadelphia, PA.
“We could not be extra excited to accomplice with these wholesalers as we increase our distribution footprint,” says Wholesale Market Supervisor Scott McIntyre. “We’re excited for 2023 and past!”
About Cape Might Brewing Firm
CMBC began in 2011, with three guys making one beer in a 1,500 square-foot house. Now, between their administrative, manufacturing, and distribution amenities in Cape Might and Egg Harbor Township, they’ve over 74,000 sq. ft of house and are nonetheless #brewingstrong on the Cape Might Airport. They’ve a number of hundred flagship, seasonal, and small-batch brews beneath their umbrella, distributed all through New Jersey, japanese Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Their authentic house is now devoted to experimental brewing and their award-winning Tasting Room, with a separate, industrial brewing facility throughout the road. Bridging the hole between the 2 is their new seasonal outside Brewtanical Backyard, which gives friends with an alternate house to take pleasure in widespread CMBC beers, full with connected restrooms and its personal bar and servers.
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