|By PR Newswire||
|December 18, 2012 06:45 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Fireman's Brew, a Los Angeles-based craft beer company founded by two firefighters, announced today that over the past three months it has expanded its distribution outside its home state of California to Arizona, Colorado, and Illinois. Through key partnerships with Alliance Beverage Distributing (Arizona), Republic National Distributing Company (Colorado), Grant Importing and Distributing (Illinois), and Specialty Distributing of Illinois, this fast growing craft beer brand is now available at on-premise and off-premise locations throughout each state.
"In just a few short months, we've achieved a significant milestone in our pursuit to build Fireman's Brew into a national brand," said Rob Nowaczyk, Founder of Fireman's Brew. "Fireman's Brew has experienced phenomenal sales growth in California this past year, where we've almost tripled our sales - and this expansion launches the company's momentum to a whole new level. We are thrilled that consumers from California to Illinois are now able to enjoy any one of Fireman's Brew award-winning beers at their local bar or in the comfort of their own home."
"We're excited to have launched Fireman's Brew in the Colorado market. Their brand is a great addition to our craft beer portfolio," said Scott Klug, Beer Division Manager, Republic National Distributing Co. "The taste and quality of their beer is outstanding, and combined with their firefighter community heritage, Fireman's Brew has the potential to become the next hot craft beer brand on the market."
Throughout each state, Fireman's Brew signature beers will be distributed in 12 ounce bottle six-packs, twelve-pack samplers and kegs including:
- Fireman's Brew: Blonde (Pilsner-style Lager; 5% ABV)
- Fireman's Brew: Brunette (German-style Doublebock; 8% ABV)
- Fireman's Brew: Redhead (Amber Ale; 5.5% ABV)
In addition to the multi-state expansion, the company also recently announced a new stock offering for California investors. Please see here for more information.
Conceived by two Los Angeles-based firefighters after extinguishing a brushfire in the local mountains, Fireman's Brew grew out of their vision to create a premium line of handcrafted ales and lagers that would quench their thirsts after an exhausting day on the firelines. Fireman's Brew collection of micro-brewed beers are created using only the finest of all-natural ingredients to deliver bold, full-flavored, traditional tastes and easy drinking refreshment. In addition, the company is committed to giving back to the firefighter community upon which it was founded by donating a portion of company proceeds to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation – the nation's leading non-profit organization dedicated to honoring fallen firefighters and providing assistance to their surviving families.
For more information on Fireman's Brew visit www.firemansbrew.com
About Fireman's Brew:
Extinguish Your Thirst! with Fireman's Brew, a premium line of micro-brewed beers created by two Los Angeles-based firefighters. Based in Canoga Park, CA., Fireman's Brew has quickly become one of the fastest growing craft beer brands in California. Created using only the finest of all-natural ingredients, Fireman's Brew offers a selection of three microbrewed beers for off-duty refreshment. Originally created by firefighters for firefighters, Fireman's Brew is committed to giving back to the firefighter community and donates a portion of its proceeds to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation in Emmitsburg, MD. www.firemansbrew.com
About Republic National Distributing Company:
As the second largest alcohol beverage distributors in the U.S., Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC) is an organization built on the strong foundations of long-term well-established family owned companies. Founded in 1898, RDNC has grown from one single distributorship, into one of the largest distribution companies in the country, with operations in over sixteen states.www.rndc-usa.com
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