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Extraordinary Selection

We take our beverages seriously, and understand your customers expect only the best – in selection, quality and taste. That’s why we only work with the most exceptional partners and distributors, ensuring we provide an extraordinary selection of premium and craft beer, flavored malts, fine wines and tasty non-alcoholic drinks guaranteed to make even the most finicky customers not only happy, but hoppy, too.

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Anheuser-Busch Inbev

Anheuser-Busch

We are a company of go-getters dedicated to making beers that we hope people love. We proudly brew more than 100 brands in the U.S., and with the help of our flagship brands, Budweiser and Bud Light, we hold a 45.8 percent share of the beer market. We put our heart and soul into making the best beers that our consumers enjoy during the most memorable moments. Quality moments shared sipping our beers, shouting cheers and raising toasts. Each is a nod to the huge team effort that goes into brewing, packaging, marketing, transporting and selling our beers.

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Budweiser Brand Family

Budweiser Brand Family

Known as “The King of Beers,” Budweiser was first introduced by Adolphus Busch in 1876 and it’s still brewed with the same high standards today.  Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, crisp American-style lager.  Brewed withy the best barley malt and a blend of premium hop varieties, it is an icon of core American values like optimism and celebration.

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Bud Light Brand Family

Bud Light Brand Family

Produced by Anheuser-Busch, the Bud Light family of products are American style light lagers. In 1982, the company introduced Bud Light nationally, which grew quickly in popularity and today is one of the world's best selling beer brands.

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Michelob ULTRA Family

Michelob ULTRA Family

Michelob ULTRA has become the fastest-growing new brand in the industry and is a phenomenal hit among adult fitness enthusiasts, adult consumers living an active lifestyle and those looking for a great-tasting beer with lower carbohydrates and fewer calories.

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10 Barrel Brewing Company

10 Barrel Brewing Company

We brew what we like to drink. We are a small batch brewery out of Bend Oregon "Living Beer" since 2006.

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11 Below

11 Below

Our focus is on styles that excite us: flavorful beers that you don't mind drinking when it's 100°F outside. Whether you're someone new to craft beer or someone that needs more IBUs in their DIPA, we're making beer for you.

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Ace Cider

Ace Cider

Ace Premium Craft Ciders is the first family owned cider in the US. We have been making Ace Ciders since 1993 in the beautiful Sebastopol area of Sonoma County California, just north of San Francisco. We are located among some of the world’s most renowned wine makers and apple orchards. All Ace Ciders are gluten-free!

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Adelbert’s Brewery

Adelbert’s Brewery

Adelbert's Brewery is an award-winning microbrewery that produces bottle-conditioned ales in Austin, Texas. The brewery believes excellent beer requires quality ingredients and hands-on brewing. We use non-GMO Bohemian floor malted barley, Noble hops, and fresh yeast propagated at the brewery. While brewing, we utilize a multi-temperature decoction mash to extract a more complex flavor from our grains. With our vast array of beer styles, you're sure to find a brew that suits you. 

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Alamo Beer Company

Alamo Beer Company

Alamo Beer Company is the brainchild of Eugene Simor of San Antonio, Texas. Handcrafted just a day's ride from the Alamo, Alamo Golden Ale is the company's first offering in San Antonio, Texas. So the next time you're in town, remember to raise some ale. Brewed with a fiercely independent spirit.

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Alaskan Brewing Co.

Alaskan Brewing Co.

Alaska has a rich history of brewing. From the explorers of the 1700s through the Gold Rush, many a thirsty Alaskan has been able to enjoy locally made beers. In 1986, 28-year-olds Marcy and Geoff Larson reignited that tradition when they opened the Alaskan Brewing Company, the 67th brewery in the country and the first brewery in Juneau since Prohibition. Alaskan beers reflect many of the same characteristics of beers that were brewed here during the gold rush era. From the historically based Alaskan Amber recipe to alder-smoked malts and Sitka spruce tips, Alaskan beers reflect Juneau’s local brewing history and innovation.

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Alpine Beer Company

Alpine Beer Company

Alpine Beer Company brings to you world class beer. Drink Alpine Ale or Go To Bed! We are a tiny brewery that makes high quality ales, lagers and sours. If you like beer, we’ll be able to find something you’ll like in our line up. From an American Wheat Ale to a Belgian-style Kreik and what we are most known for – Killer IPAs!

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Alta Palla

Alta Palla

Alta Palla (“high ball” in Italian), was launched in 2016.  Our organic sparkling fruit juice beverages and zero-sugar sparkling waters are made from organic and fair trade ingredients, and contain less sugar than most of our competitors.  Alta Palla organic sparkling waters are now available in 16oz cans.

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Altstadt Brewing

Altstadt Brewing

Altstadt is an authentic Bavarian brewery dedicated to creating the purest, easy-drinking beers guided by the historic German Purity Law of 1516.

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Anchor Brewing Company

Anchor Brewing Company

Anchor Brewery, a classic of American brewing since 1896, has played a significant role in San Francisco’s rich history. Anchor’s eight unique beers are all produced in one of the most traditional and handsome breweries in the world. Each brew is virtually handmade from an all-malt mash in our handcrafted copper brew house, a veritable museum of the simple, traditional breweries of old.

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Asahi

Asahi

Asahi is alive.  Stamped on Asahi labels is the Japanese character for draft beers. But it also means “to be alive.” Asahi beers are brewed with this spirit and should be enjoyed the same way: at home, with friends at dinner, or at festive events.

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Avery Brewing Company

Avery Brewing Company

Established in 1993, Avery Brewing Co. is a family owned and operated micro-brewery dedicated to brewing the finest quality English and Belgian style ales. From humble beginnings, brewing 800 barrels of three different beers in 1994, they progressed to brewing 13,000 barrels of twenty different beers in 2007. Avery attributes this success to beer drinkers gravitating to beers with more interesting flavor profiles. The unique flavor complexity of Avery beers occurs through a combination of sparing no expense with regard to ingredients and their hopping methods. Sparing no expense means using lots of specialty malts, imported hops, and imported Belgian candy sugar.

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Ayinger

Ayinger

Beer in Bavaria has had an exceptionally high value throughout its history. It is not just the proverbial "liquid bread", but also the social "cement" of Bavarian culture. Values such as conviviality, community, honesty, reliability, and solidarity with the homeland play a major role. Deep roots in the region, continuously deepened over generations, form the heart of the Ayinger Brewery. The quality beer, consistently awarded numerous prizes for excellence, comes from select ingredients of the region and Bavarian brewing art. Equally important is the spirit, mindset, and values with which Ayinger has performed its craft for over 130 years.

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B-52 Brewing Co.

B-52 Brewing Co.

Situated outside of Houston, Texas, B-52 Brewing Co. is a family owned and operated brewery with a passion for craft beer.

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Ballast Point

Ballast Point

IT BEGINS WITH THE SEARCH FOR FLAVOR The perfect balance of taste and aroma. An obsession with ingredients. An exploration of techniques. And while we savor the result, we’re just as fascinated by the process to get there. What started as a small group of home brewers, who simply wanted to make a better beer, evolved into the adventurers known today as Ballast Point. WHERE SCIENCE MEETS ART We live to add our own touch and ask if there’s a better way. As we tinkered, tested and tasted, we discovered that making beer was more art than science. And while we respect and honor tradition, we relish the opportunity to take it further. That freedom has allowed us to reinterpret brewing. And along the way help to reinvigorate the industry. From bringing a hoppy twist to a porter, or developing a proprietary yeast for our amber ale, to creating a breakthrough gold medal-winning IPA.

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Barena

Barena

Cerveceria Hondurenas S.A., located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras has brought the finest quality barley, yeast, hops, and water out of Central America in the form of three golden lagers. Each lager has its own distinctive formulation with European barley malt and hop varieties. It is no wonder each brand has won various medals throughout their long brewing history.

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Bass

Bass

Bass is the most famous English ale in the world, and has been brewed in Burton, England since 1777. The beer has had an incredible pedigree for centuries. It has been painted by Manet, fought over by Napoleon, and served on the Titanic. Throughout history, it has inspired greatness. It challenges consumers today to reach for more, to reach for greatness with Bass.

Bavaria

Bavaria

Bavaria is a Dutch brewery founded in 1719 by Laurentius Moorees in Lieshout, North Brabant. Jan Swinkels, the founder’s great-grandson, took over the brewery and expanded production and distribution. The Swinkels family still owns the brewery today. By 1924 the brewery had become too small, and a new brewery was built and in 1933 the brewery added a bottling plant, which produced 2,000 bottles per hour. In 1910 a malting plant was built, which still produces malt for Bavaria and other breweries. The brewery produces a range of standard and low alcohol pale lagers under a variety of brand names including Bavaria and Hollandia. It’s great to break the routine from time to time. Brewed independently, Bavaria goes its own way. Always challenging the accepted.

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Beatbox Beverages

Beatbox Beverages

The World’s Tastiest Portable Party Punch

 

With a love for music and the entrepreneurial spirit of Austin, TX, the founders of BeatBox Beverages believed experiences are better when shared with friends. The need to mix friends fun, and flavor into a beverage with the purpose of having a better party was clear. The solution? The world's tastiest portable party punch. For those who are determined to party better.

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Beck’s

Beck’s

From New York to Sydney, the green Beck's bottle with its famous oval label is instantly recognized and enjoyed by beer enthusiasts. It all started in 1873 when Luder Rutenberg, Thomas May, and Heinrich Beck had a vision for creating exceptional beer only from the finest ingredients. Their recipe hasn't changed a bit. To this day, Beck's is still made with the same unique blend of barley, hops, yeast, and water. (US manufacture of Beck's Brew has been based in St. Louis, Missouri since early 2012.)

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Belhaven

Belhaven

John Johnstone took ownership of the site in 1719, and under his ownership the brewery started brewing for commercial sale. 1815 saw the end of the Johnstone dynasty when Ellis Dudgeon married into the Johnstone family. For nearly 150 years the brewery traded as Dudgeon & Co, which produced a wide varieties of ales. By the 1970s the malting side of the business, which had seen the company through two world wars, was feeling the strain of competition from modern automated plants. In 1972, family ownership ended as the business was sold. But this end was just the beginning of a vibrant twenty-year period of significant growth for Belhaven. In 1993 a buy-out led by Stuart Ross enabled the management team to further expand and develop the business. In 2005 Belhaven was bought by Greene King and continues to brew of a wide variety of award winning ales

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Best Damn Brewing Co.

Best Damn Brewing Co.

At the Best Damn Brewing Co. we're on a mission to bring you the best damn thing you've had all day.  We'll do whatever it takes to bring you great-tasting, easy-to-drink, well-crafted brews that we hope you love as much as we do!

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Bishop Cider Company

Bishop Cider Company

We are Bishop Cider Co. and we make hard cider in the Bishop Arts District of Dallas, TX. We believe that our cider is art, too - the kind that you drink. Your every day hard cider walks the straight and narrow, doesn’t dare to venture off the spectrum of dry to sweet.

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Bitburger

Bitburger

As early as 1921, the owners Josef and Bertrand Simon set up a state-of-the-art laboratory, paving the way for the rest of the German brewing industry in all aspects of quality management. Today as then, a comprehensive array of monitoring procedures is in place, from deliveries to filling, ensuring that each and every product that leaves the Bitburger premises reaches the end consumer with traditional premium quality.

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BJ’s Brewhouse

BJ’s Brewhouse

In 1996, the first BJ's brewery began production in our new brewhouse in Brea, California. The introduction of fine handcrafted beer took off like wild fire and soon we began adding new brews through the years as the BJ's brand expanded across the U.S. Our passionate desire to provide extraordinary value for our guests in a high-energy, fun, child-friendly environment, along with a sincere commitment to support the communities in which we do business goes to the heart of what differentiates BJ's from other brewers.

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Black Oak

Black Oak

These wines are incredibly aromatic with a fruit forward profile. Each wine has excellent balance, structure and pleasant finish. The philosophy behind these California quick to market wines is quality and value driven. Basically, they are great tasting wines that are affordable for everyday purposes.

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Blackthorn Cider

Blackthorn Cider

One of the country's best known and widely drunk ciders, it's heart is in the West Country where it's affectionately known as "Thorn". Exactly why it's called Blackthorn is shrouded in mystery. Only cider apples are used in the making of Blackthorn. We think using cider apples help make the best tasting cider. They have the right balance of sugar and tannins to create the best flavour.  We use a good number of "Bittersweet" cider apples in our blend. Bittersweet cider apples have low acid levels and high tannins - the perfect combination for the crisp dry taste of Blackthorn.

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Blue Dawg Brewing

Blue Dawg Brewing

The radical premium lager with a wildly refreshing bite of blueberry flavor.

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Blue Point Brewing Company

Blue Point Brewing Company

Where we’re from, the people are a different breed. Long Islanders want more than the status quo, they want you to skip the bullshit and give it to them straight. Yeah, we’ve got humble beginnings, but that’s just who we are. Hell, our founders tapped Blue Point’s very first keg in a parking lot. At Blue Point, we brew beer that stands up to Long Island’s standards. We first and foremost brew beer that we want to drink. If there’s some leftover, we’ll sell it. What started in 1998 as two beer nuts chatting over a few pints quickly grew into Long Island’s first and finest craft brewery. With a passion for the collision of the art and science of brewing, cofounders Mark and Pete set out to create a haven for self-discovery that would inspire themselves and a carefully chosen collection of kindred spirits to produce award-winning beer in many styles. It began with the first beer they ever brewed: Toasted Lager, which would become wildly popular and ultimately the flagship of Blue Point Brewing Company. This American Amber Lager leads the malt-focused lineup that showcases the passion for beer in every recipe, barrel and pint.

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Bosteels

Bosteels

Bosteels Brewery is located in the small village of Buggenhout, Belgium. Facing a spacious inner courtyard, the handsome and diginified buildings rise up from the ground: the former family residence and the old white-washed tower brewery. The brewery has been in the hands of the Bosteels for over 200 hundred years and seven generations. Their forefather, Evarist Bosteels, established the brewery in 1791. After that came Jozef, who had three sons: Frans for thirteen years the mayor of Buggenhout, Lodewijk and Martin, who learned the brewer's trade.  Martin's son Leon later took over, followed by his son Antoine Bosteels in 1938. During his 50-year reign, he built the brewery up with Bosteels Pils. The brewery is currently under the management of Ivo (6th generation) and his son Antoine.

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Brash Brewing Company

Brash Brewing Company

Independent brewery based in Houston, TX.

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Brasserie Du Bocq

Brasserie Du Bocq

Brasserie du Bocq, set up in 1858 by Martin BELOT, still a 100% family concern, remains one of the last traditional Belgian breweries. Located in the heart of the Condroz, wonderful tourist region, this dynamic company still uses the traditional manufacturing process of top-fermentation beers with secondary fermentation in the bottle. Today, the sixth generation of the Belot family is leading the destinies of Brasserie du Bocq and looks forward to the future with confidence.

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Breckenridge Brewery

Breckenridge Brewery

Imagine, if you can, a ski bum who loves to drink beer. It was Richard Squire, who ended his search for the perfect brew by making his own. As the popularity of his beers grew, Squire spent less time on the slopes and more time brewing beer. Today, his Breckenridge Brewery, which officially got its start in 1990, offers an array of ales, including Avalanche Ale, and Summer Bright Ale; porters in flavors such as vanilla and oatmeal; and at several company-owned pubs and restaurants in and around Denver. Its beers also can be bought in stores in more than 20 US states, primarily located in the Midwestern US.

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Brooklyn Brewery

Brooklyn Brewery

Brooklyn Brewery was started in 1987 by former Associated Press correspondent Steve Hindy and former Chemical Bank lending officer Tom Potter. Hindy learned to brew beer during a six-year stay in various Middle Eastern nations such as Saudi Arabia and Syria, where possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages were forbidden. Upon his return to his home to Brooklyn in 1984, he and Potter, his downstairs neighbor, quit their jobs and founded the brewery.

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Bud Chelada

Bud Chelada

Bud Light Chelada with Clamato and Budweiser Chelada with Clamato is a savory new spin on a classic. With the crisp smooth taste of an American Lager, the Rich spicy flavor of Clamato and a hint of lime, Chelada is perfect for almost any occasion. It pairs well with Latino dishes like ceviche, enchiladas and tamales. Also try the Picante flavor for an extra kick!

Bud Light Ritas

Bud Light Ritas

Lime-A-Rita so incredibly delicious that wherever they go, a party happens. Pop, pour, and enjoy! The bold margarita.

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Busch Family

Busch Family

Inspired by the Bavarian Alps and enjoyed under open skies and neon lights all across the country, Busch Beer is an American style lager crafted to deliver the rewarding finish we’ve all come to know and love. A blend of premium hops, malt, select grains and water as clean and crisp as a cold mountain stream make Busch Beer an original worth earning.

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C2O Pure Coconut Water

C2O Pure Coconut Water

Not all coconut waters are created equal. C2O has taken extra care to select and pack what we believe to be the best tasting coconut water in the world made from single-sourced plant-based ingredients that provide essential electrolytes sure to hydrate!

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Caguama

Caguama

Legend has it the fishermen of Central America sought the Great Loggerhead Turtle in warm tropical waters. It was a tribal belief that this powerful turtle, also known as the "Caguama," symbolized good fortune for the fisherman's village. You too will experience the good fortune of the Caguama when you experience this award-winning Latin beer.

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Carlsberg

Carlsberg

Carlsberg was founded in 1847 in Copenhagen by the brewer J.C. Jacobsen, who wanted to improve the entire brewing process and the quality of beer.  J.C. Jacobsen’s son Carl rented his father’s brewery and named it New Carlsberg.  His beer sales soon exceeded his father’s. Carlsberg invented the groundbreaking method for extracting pure yeast and developed the PH-scale, and Carlsberg has been building on this legacy ever since.

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Cayman Jack

Cayman Jack

Our founder, we call him the original Cayman Jack, had a passion for quality. And he created a small team at American Vintage Beverage to develop what is arguably the most refreshing margarita in the world. Today, Cayman Jack has become more of a mindset, we are a group of folks in the Innovation team at American Vintage Beverage, obsessed with natural ingredients and determined to create unique products that reinvent refreshment. Our small team, with 6 craft brewers and innovation specialists hasn’t lost sight of that original goal.  We use only the best ingredients because we’re not just brewers, we’re also our own customers. High fructose corn syrup and 10 syllable flavor names aren’t for us. We create drinks that we would love to drink, and we hope you do too. Cayman Jack is gluten-free.

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Chang

Chang

Chang translates to mean elephant- an animal renowned for its superior strength and mental capacity. The two white elephants on the Chang beer logo symbolize happiness, harmony, and prosperity. Chang beer is a combination of Thailand's plentiful resources creating an authentic Thai beer with international quality. Great care and attention were given to creating the right blend of ingredients to complement an array of spicy foods. Quick to become one of the leading South-East Asian beer brands, Chang uses deep well-water to achieve its perfect composition. The deep well water used to brew Chang beer is so pure it is bottled and sold in Thailand as mineral water.

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Chateau Diana

Chateau Diana

Chateau Diana has been family owned by the Manning Family for over 30 years. Our second and third generations are committed to providing excellent wines that offer a great value to our customers. Our commitment to our distributor partners and customers is shared by everyone at Chateau Diana.

– Corey Manning, President, Chateau Diana Winery

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Chimay

Chimay

Chimay, brewed at the Notre-Dame de Scourmont Abbey, is one of six Belgian beers that can carry the logo “Authentic Trappist Product.”  That means it is brewed within the walls of a Trappist monastery under the control and responsibility of the community of monks, and whose revenue is devoted to social service. The "Authentic Trappist Product” logo is granted by the International Trappist Association. It guarantees the consumer the Trappist origin of the products produced according to well-established principles. First, they are manufactured on-site or in close proximity to the monastery. Second, the monastic community is engaged in management and all aspects of the operation. This clearly reflects both the subordinate relationship with the beneficiary monastery and the relationship between the culture of the enterprise and  monastic life. Finally, the income goes towards the necessities of the community and other social services.

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Cigar City Brewing

Cigar City Brewing

At Cigar City Brewing we make beer we like to drink and toast those who choose to drink with us. Behind all our beer is the philosophy that quality is achieved by giving first rate ingredients to first rate people in a space where they are free to pursue their passion. We acknowledge that what we do at Cigar City Brewing isn’t for everyone, but we welcome all.

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Clausthaler

Clausthaler

After years of research and development, the Clausthaler brand entered the German market for the first time in 1979 and kick-started the previously lethargic, unimportant, non-alcoholic category. Today the non-alcoholic sector, with Clausthaler as trendsetter, is considered the most successful beer market innovation of the last 30 years. The secret of Clausthaler’s success is its taste. Brewed using a unique brewing process in strict accordance with the German Purity Law of 1516, Clausthaler offers a taste experience that has convinced beer lovers in more than 50 countries all over the world.

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Clubtails

Clubtails

Clubtails is the answer to the question; “What else besides beer?” Refreshing taste, portability and consumer appeal are served from the beer cooler with distinction and authentic flavor. Easily chilled and ready to enjoy right out of the can, Clubtails are welcome where glass is not.

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Community Beer Company

Community Beer Company

Community Beer Company offers high-quality craft beer to the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex. We enjoy sessionable beer -- meaning beer you can enjoy on a regular basis -- and will offer several year-round offerings. However, we also like to "push the envelope" and create dynamic beers that connoisseurs and "Beer Nerds" will love. We’ve selected our favorite classic styles from different countries around the world and have perfected our own versions; we hope you enjoy them as much as we do! Our beer can be found throughout the Metroplex and at various events at the brewery through our tours, brewery rentals and support of charities and the arts. Cheers!

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Copa di Vino

Copa di Vino

The company started with a vision: founder and owner James Martin and his wife Molli, who own two other wineries, were traveling on the bullet train in France when they discovered wine bottled in a glass. They were both enamored with the concept: it created a simpler access to wine than what current wine bottles could provide. And it reduced the carbon waste created in the bottling of wine by offering a lower weight wine container. Realizing that beer had enjoyed the luxury of a single-serving can or bottle for decades, James felt the same engineering applied to wine would be a huge success in stadiums and outdoor venues in the US. He thought of little else for more than a year before deciding to develop the technology.However, he quickly learned that bottling wine in the glass was not as easy as it seemed. Eventually, he turned to the inventor/bottler of the wine he had originally seen in France, Pascal Carvin. Rather than reinventing the wheel, the two formed a partnership. Pascal would provide the technology and James would provide the determination and drive to make the US launch a success. Two years later, James and Pascal are proud to introduce Copa Di Vino.

Drink Differently

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Copperhead Brewery

Copperhead Brewery

Copperhead Brewery was founded by the Earnest family and opened its door in the winter of 2014.

Our brewery has been a labor of love. You can see it in everything we do, from the beautiful details of our bar at the brewpub, to the beauty of our 30 barrel fermenters at the brewery, to the commitment to quality in each beer that we put in a bottle, a can or a keg. We share a passion for unique and well brewed beers which inspires us to make a premium product made with fresh, quality ingredients.

We offer year-round and specialty beers to provide our customers with diversity and an education of the craft beer experience. Packaging is done on-site with the brewery’s in-house bottling line, as well as new in-house canning line.

We work hard to provide great brews for everyone. We have fun doing what we do and hope you have fun drinking our beers!

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Cuvée Coffee

Cuvée Coffee

Cuvée Coffee is committed to Quality, Sustainable and Direct Relationship Coffee. Sustainability is a popular word these days, but it is more than just a buzz word. And we take it seriously. Webster’s defines sustainability as, “of, relating to, or being a method of harvesting or using resources so that the resource is not depleted or permanently damaged.” Cuvee Coffee takes that definition one step further.

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Czechvar

Czechvar

Good beer has been brewed in Bohemia for ages. The name, Czechvar, is symbolic of a beer coming to you from the Czech lands and a city famous for its beer. Czechvar uses only the top ingredients to produce its beer and each is equally important to its taste.

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Dead Beach Brewery

Dead Beach Brewery

Deadbeach Brewery makes El Paso quality craft beer for those that love beer... We are El Paso born and raised, dedicated to our fair city and our craft. Established in 2013 DeadBeach Brewery makes big, bold beers and doesn't hold back on the flavor. Our inspiration comes from the red glow of the Franklin Mountains and all the hard working people of the sun city. This is how we share our home with the world. Our brewery is brewing around the clock to bring you our standards and season-ales year round. We offer a constant rotation of special brews as well as our standard beers. While our standard beers can be found throughout El Paso, our season-ales and special brews are only available in our tavern. 

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Deep Ellum All-Purpose Vodka

Deep Ellum All-Purpose Vodka

Now serving wayward souls, diva baristas and social sliders, grinnin' pickers and city slickers, hung-over brunch beauties and tragic cuties, easy riders and start-up schemers, lovable looneys and hungry dreamers.  

 

Whatever your purpose, this is your vodka.  

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Deep Ellum Brewing

Deep Ellum Brewing

To show their dissatisfaction with the status quo, the four founders of Deep Ellum Brewing Company have set up shop in Dallas' most nefarious neighborhood, and between their big personalities and their bigger beers, they plan to show Big D what it's been missing. Deep Ellum... it's not just our name, it's our home. We chose this place, this location, and this facility for a reason. It's loud, somewhat smelly, always fun, and it changes every day. Just like Deep Ellum. 

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Delirium

Delirium

In 1902, Leon Huyghe settled in Melle. Barely four years later, in 1906, he bought the brewery, which he named Brouwerij-Mouterij den Appel. During the First World War, several breweries got into trouble, and after the war the brewing-coppers, which the occupying forces had claimed, had to be replaced as quickly as possible. In 1938, the brewery was renamed SPRL Brasserie Lon Huyghe. On December 26th 1989 the famous Delirium Tremens was born, and the Pink Elephant was up and ready to conquer the world.  The particular character and unique taste of Delirium Tremens comes from the use of three different kinds of yeast. Its original packing, which resembles cologne ceramics, and the colorful label contribute to its success. 

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Deschutes Brewery

Deschutes Brewery

In 1993, Deschutes moved into its current brewing facility in Bend, Oregon and has continued expanding and improving the facilities.  With a 50-barrel traditional gravity brew house and a new one-of-a-kind 131-barrel Huppmann brew system from Germany, Deschutes now creates and experiments with specialty batches of limited beers while brewing large quantities of everyone’s favorites like Mirror Pond Pale Ale.  Consistently producing the highest quality beers is always Deschutes’ number one priority and commitment.

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Dog Bite

Dog Bite

A lager with a hard bite shouldn't be hard to drink.  That's why Dogbite is brewed with select hops and malted barley for a well-balanced, mellow taste that'll have high-gravity drinkers coming back again and again.

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Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales

Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales

The story of Dogfish Head began in June of 1995 when we opened Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, the first state’s first brewpub opened in the resort beach community of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The plan was to bring original beer, original food, and original music to the area. Not only was Dogfish Head Delaware's first brewpub, it was the smallest commercial brewery in America. Our very first batch, Shelter Pale Ale, was brewed on a system which essentially was three little kegs with propane burners underneath. Brewing 12-gallon batches of beer for a whole restaurant proved to be more than a full time job. When the doors to the pub first opened, we brewed three times a day, five days a week! The one benefit to brewing on such a small system was the ability to try out a myriad of different recipes. We quickly got bored brewing the same things over and over - that's when we started adding all sorts of weird ingredients and getting kind of crazy with the beers! Off-centered ales, for off-centered people - that's what they do at Dogfish Head! Whether its weird ingredients, super-strong extreme beers, or crazy, made-up styles, you can be sure that a beer from Dogfish will challenge your perceptions of what beer is supposed to be! Most of Dogfish Head beer is bottled and kegged in Milton, Delaware brewery, but they also have a small brewery in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, which is where they do all of their experiment batches. Dogfish Head brews are distributed across the United States.

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Double Horn Brewing Company

Double Horn Brewing Company

The name Double Horn has real meaning to the founder, symbolizing the pioneering Texas spirit found across this great state.  In that spirit, Double Horn Brewing Company is committed to providing hand-crafted beer and refined wine along with a menu focused on using locally-sourced Texas ingredients. 

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Dundee

Dundee

At Dundee Ales & Lagers, we support all beer lovers on their adventure through the world of craft beers. We believe wholeheartedly in great craft beers that invite and reward you; craft beers that you’ll want to reach for again and again. We brew a range of styles in which all the ingredients are perfectly balanced and work together to offer a flavorful, complex brew that’s true to the original style but never over-the-top or intimidating. That’s the kind of beer we brew. Because that’s the kind of beer we drink. Cheers!

Beer with Character

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Dupont

Dupont

Brewery Dupont is co-author of a real part of Belgian beer history.  Founded in 1844 in Tourpes (Leuze-en-Hainaut), in the centre of West-Hainaut, the brewery started out in an old farm (originally dating from 1759) and the brewing has been going ever since. The original beer was a “Saison Beer,” meaning that it was brewed in the winter to be drunk in the following summer by seasonal field workers. Ever since 1950, the brewery Dupont has specialized in the production of top-fermentation beers with refermentation in the bottle.

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Duvel

Duvel

No other beer in the world is brewed with as much care and devotion as Duvel.  It takes no fewer than 90 days to accomplish this brewing tour de force.  Back in 1871, the first generation of the Moortgat family was already producing beer with exacting craftsmanship and unfailing patience.  Duvel is a 100% pure and natural beer with no additives or preservatives, and you can taste the difference immediately.

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East Texas Brewing Company

East Texas Brewing Company

East Texas Brewing Company is owned and operated by two brothers, Brian and Matt, who have differing life philosophies, but share in one passion; making exceptional craft beer.

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Elysian Brewing

Elysian Brewing

Three-time Large Brewpub of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival, Elysian Brewing Company operates four neighborhood restaurants and a production brewery in Seattle, Washington. Known both for classic styles and for flexibility and innovation, Elysian has brewed over 350 different recipes since opening in 1996. While Elysian’s brewers use a variety of unusual ingredients, they are seasonally notorious for their pumpkin beers. Each year Elysian hosts the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, where dozens of different pumpkin beers are poured, some of them from giant pumpkins. Our first Seattle location, a 220-seat beer hall and our main brewery, opened in 1996 on Capitol Hill, Seattle’s most populous neighborhood. In 1997 Elysian was chosen to operate a pub and small brewery at Gameworks—a large entertainment complex owned by Universal Studios, Dreamworks & Sega. Elysian left this partnership in 2002 upon expiration of the five-year contract. A short year later Elysian opened Tangletown, an 80-seat neighborhood brewery/bistro. With a 3-bbl pilot brewery, Elysian TangleTown acted as the brewers’ test kitchen, fueling the creative fires and helping cement Elysian’s reputation as Seattle’s top brewpub. Elysian Fields, opened in August 2006. Perched next to Seattle’s two sports arenas, Fields seats 400 and packs the house at lunch and on gamedays. Fields has since become an innovation center for our brewers where new beers are brewed each week on the 7bbl brewing system. Rounding out the Elysian restaurant locations, which all reflect the different character of each Seattle neighborhood they are a part of, Elysian Bar is located in downtown Seattle. Opened in 2014, Bar features finely crafted Northwest beers, hand-built cocktails and beautiful scratch made Northwest-inspired cuisine. In the fall of 2011, Elysian opened our 35,000 square foot production facility in the heart of Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. Referred to as Airport Way (referencing the street on which it sits), this facility currently features a 60-barrel brewhouse and 20 quadruple-sized 240-barrel fermenters. In addition to traditional fermentation, we also currently house two foeders from the esteemed Heitz Cellar’s Winery and a variety of whiskey and wine barrels for special projects. Beginning in early 2016, Airport Way will finalize the expansion into the north building, adding another 33,000 square feet intended for increased storage, office spaces, and dedicating 14,000 square feet of capacity for our wood-aged beer program.

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Erdinger Weissbrau

Erdinger Weissbrau

At the world’s largest wheat beer brewery, tradition and progress go hand in hand:  Erdinger Weissbrau is brewed according to traditional recipes, but using state-of-the-art technology. The brewery dates back to 1886, the year in which construction of a wheat beer brewery in Erding was first officially recorded. After several changes in ownership the General Manager at the time, Franz Brombach, bought the brewery in 1935 and re-named it Erdinger Weissbrau in 1949. Today, Erdinger Weissbrau stands for wheat beer enjoyment and the Bavarian brewing tradition.

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Estrella Damm

Estrella Damm

In 1872, August Kuentzmann Damm and his wife Melanie left their native Alsace to flee the Franco-Prussian War.  Like many immigrants of their time, they chose Barcelona.  In 1876, August founded his beer company to pursue his passion: brewing beer.  Since then, eleven generations of Master Brewers from the family have followed.  After 130 years, the family produces their beer with the same excitement as when it first left the factory.

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Famosa / Cerveceria Centro Americana

Famosa / Cerveceria Centro Americana

Based in Guatemala City, Famosa was founded by Mariano Castillo Cordova and his brother, Rafael Castillo Cordova. The brew dates back to 1886 and has become the most famous beer in the country, making it a part of Guatemalan popular culture.

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Flying Man Brewing Company

Flying Man Brewing Company

Flying Man Brewing Co. is an equal celebration of the freedom of flight and all things beer. Started by two friends who love brewing and meeting new people, it seemed like a perfect fit for us to open a brewery of our own and invite Austin to enjoy our creations with us. We’re a veteran-owned business and wouldn’t be where we are today without those around us, so much of what we do is geared toward supporting our community. We hold charity events and fundraisers to help other local businesses, and at the end of the day, we just want people to see Flying Man as a place to relax and enjoy a little camaraderie and some good beer.

Founders Brewing Company

Founders Brewing Company

Mike Stevens and Dave Engbers both had steady jobs when they decided to chase their dreams and open a brewery–which meant writing a business plan, quitting their jobs, and taking out giant loans. They figured if you’re going to live life, you ought to live it hard, without regrets. After some initial challenges, due to making well balanced but unremarkable beers, we were on the verge of bankruptcy. It was at this point that the original Founders team decided to brew the kind of beer that got them excited about brewing in the first place: complex, in-your-face ales, with huge aromatics, bigger body, and tons of flavor. The Founders Family, a group of passionate beer enthusiasts, has grown around this simple philosophy: “We don’t brew beer for the masses. Instead, our beers are crafted for a chosen few, a small cadre of renegades and rebels who enjoy a beer that pushes the limits of what is commonly accepted as taste. In short, we make beer for people like us.” We at Founders Brewing Company have been lucky to evolve into one of the highest recognized breweries in the United States. Since 2011, Ratebeer.com has ranked us as the 2nd best brewery in the world (we were 4th best in 2010), and we have several beers listed in the top one hundred beers of the world on Beeradvocate.com. We were the winner of four medals at the 2010 World Beer Cup, two medals at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival, and one medal at the 2012 World Beer Cup. We are proud to be doing what we are doing, and we give great thanks to our many customers and credit to our staff for whom we continually work to reinvent and provide world-class beers.

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Four Peaks Brewing Company

Four Peaks Brewing Company

Fueled by nothing but hops and undying thirst, an idea was born.  Four Peaks was created to follow a passion for beer to the highest degree.  Sure, we may throw an off-the-wall ingredient in our Single Tank Series, but we always brew with intent.  Since the beginning, we’ve vowed to use only the best in our brews.

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Franconia Brewing Company

Franconia Brewing Company

Dennis Wehrman studied brewing in Munich at the University and shortly after moved from Nuernberg to Dallas. He opened Franconia in February of 2008.  With a brewing Heritage that dates back to the 1800′s, Franconia Brewing Company is more than just a local brewery, it is the essence of true Bavarian brew. By combining the local accessibility to North Texas with our German heritage and history, we are able to provide the fine people of North Texas with a taste of some of the most genuine and freshest Bavarian beer available.

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Franziskaner

Franziskaner

All of Franziskaner’s weiss beer products are top-fermentation beers noted for their agreeable carbonation levels and zesty wheat flavor. The consistent, high quality products make Franziskaner weiss beers a refreshing taste sensation. All Franziskaner weiss beers are brewed in strict adherence to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516.

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Full Sail Brewing Company

Full Sail Brewing Company

As brewers of Oregon’s original Amber Ale and the first Oregon microbrewery to successfully bottle beer, Full Sail has stayed true to its commitment to hands-on manual brewing and absolute quality. Founded in 1987, the Full Sail Brewery and Tasting Room is located in the scenic Columbia River Gorge, just 65 miles east of Portland.

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Fuller’s

Fuller’s

Fuller’s Griffin Brewery is home to a family of beers recognised as among the best in the world.  Fuller’s range of ales has won a glittering array of awards in the UK and overseas, including being named Champion Beer of Britain at CAMRA’s Great British Beer Festival an unprecedented five times. From crisp blonde beers to full flavored traditional ales and rich dark porters, Fuller’s brews beers of the finest quality to suit even the most discerning palate. What makes Fuller’s beers so special? Insisting on the best malt and hops perhaps. Or maybe it’s the unique yeast. But most of all it takes skill, patience, years of experience, and a fierce pride in being the best.

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Golden Road Brewing

Golden Road Brewing

We believe in great beer, which is an extension of our commitment to family, sustainability, good food, and the arts. In 2011, beer enthusiasts Meg Gill and Tony Yanow founded Golden Road Brewing to bring fresh beer to the local market in the most sustainable way possible.  Golden Road is committed to engaging and supporting the growing community of socially-minded beer enthusiasts. Brewed and canned in Los Angeles, Golden Road’s year-round offerings include Point the Way IPA, Golden Road Hefeweizen, Get Up Offa That Brown and Wolf Among Weeds IPA. Along with the core beers, Golden Road brewers are constantly experimenting with the freshest ingredients through a collection of rotating, seasonal and limited-edition brews including the Custom IPA Series, a line-up of diverse, hop-forward IPAs.

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Goose Island Brewing Company

Goose Island Brewing Company

When the first Goose Island Brewpub opened its doors in 1988, domestic, mass-produced beer was deeply ingrained in Midwestern culture. The craft beer industry was still in its infancy. In his travels across Europe, beer-lover John Hall had enjoyed a distinctive local brew in each region he visited. Hall was convinced that Midwesterners could produce beers as good or better than those he’d tasted in his travels. Living on the shore of the largest system of fresh water on the planet Earth, in a city with rapidly evolving tastes – John decided that his hometown, Chicago, would be the ideal place to do just that. The key to building interest in craft beer was to allow consumers to watch the brewing process – while providing them with the experience of enjoying a wide variety of distinctive beers that had been produced on-site. Goose Island’s brewers set to work crafting a diverse selection of unique beers – and on Friday, May 13, 1988 the Goose Island Brewpub was born. It turned out that John was right; Chicagoans palates evolved rapidly once Goose Island’s Brewpub opened its doors and introduced the city to distinctive craft beer. By 1995, the brewpub had become so popular that John Hall decided to open a larger brewery and bottling plant to keep up with demand. Finding still more room for growth, in 1999 Hall opened a second Goose Island Brewpub just a stone’s throw away from historic Wrigley Field. Today, Goose Island continues to brew an innovative selection of over 50 craft beers at the brewpub, the best of which are then bottled at our Fulton Street brewery.

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Great Divide Brewing Co.

Great Divide Brewing Co.

In 1993, when Denver’s craft beer scene barely existed, Brian Dunn set out to found what would eventually become one of America’s most decorated and celebrated craft breweries. Brian’s dream of brewing commercially became reality in 1994. The brewery started small and in the beginning Dunn was the only full-time employee…brewing, bottling and selling to accounts all in the same day.  As the brewery grew, the beer spoke for itself.  Dunn’s beers were balanced, flavorful and representative of a lifestyle that is uniquely Colorado.  While Great Divide’s ethos may be globally-inspired, our beers are distinctly Denver. Since 1994 we’ve brewed all sorts of exciting beer styles, added lots of brewing capacity and we’ve assembled a great staff.  In 2001, we bought our building – which used to be an old dairy processing plant – and set out for over a decade of exponential growth. Thanks to our 45 hardworking, creative and passionate employees, Great Divide has grown into what it is today: winner of 17 Great American Beer Festival medals, recipient of 5 World Beer Cup awards, 14th in Ratebeer.com’s 2012 “The Best Brewers in the World” and 7th in Beer Advocate’s 2010 “All-Time Top Brewers.”

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Green Flash Brewing Co.

Green Flash Brewing Co.

Mike and Lisa Hinkley took their interest in the craft beer industry to a new level in 2002 when they founded Green Flash Brewing Company. Former pub owners, Mike and Lisa jumped into brewing, and in 2004 renowned brewmaster Chuck Silva joined the team. With Chuck on board we began brewing premium style beers, modern twists on traditional styles, and our beers began to develop a following. Cutting edge brews, Green Flash Brewing Company’s beers don’t fit traditional guidelines, instead we let our hybrid, benchmark beers blaze their own trail. Located in San Diego, CA, we specialize in brewing assertive and distinctive beers, such as our West Coast I.P.A.: an award-winning beer whose wide acceptance has helped define a category. We also brew seasonal, collaborative and barrel-aged beers. Our award-winning beers are on draft and bottled and are available throughout the United States in bars, restaurants and retail outlets.

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Green’s

Green’s

Inspired by strong European beers and developed according to a closely guarded secret recipe, these specialty beers are brewed with a strong body, crisp taste, and a refreshing flavor- losing all of the allergens but keeping all of the great taste. Where most conventional brewing practices use either Isinglass or gelatine based products in the clearing process, Green's only uses natural tannins, which give them an attractive hazy body and make them suitable for Vegetarian and Vegan diets. Green's beers DO NOT contain any of the following allergens or products including: Gluten, Crustaceans, Eggs, Fish, Peanuts, Soy beans, Milk, Lactose, Nuts, Celery, Mustard, Sesame seeds, Sulphur dioxide and sulphites.

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Grolsch

Grolsch

Brewed in Holland since 1615, Grolsch has held its own for nearly 400 years. When the new Grolsch brewery was built, the Master Brewers demanded that the original source of natural, soft spring water remain in use. So they built a 7km long water pipe to keep drawing water from the original source to ensure the original Grolsch taste remained intact. While it now embraces modern ways of brewing, Grolsch is still the unique, bold character that stood out from the crowd all those years ago.

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Grupo Modelo

Grupo Modelo

Crown Imports LLC is a joint venture that imports the Modelo portfolio and other fine beer brands across the entire U.S. The Modelo portfolio includes Corona Extra, the #1 imported beer in the U.S. and #5 beer overall, Corona Light, Modelo Especial, Negra Modelo, Pacifico and Victoria ( in select markets) beer brands.

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Hacker-Pschorr

Hacker-Pschorr

Hacker-Pschorr- in the tradition of new ideas and old virtues.  One of the great traditional Munich breweries, brewing in strict adherence to the Bavarian purity laws since 1516.  Using centuries-old brewing tradition, Hacker-Pschorr brews real, honest beer.  Whether full-bodied and spicy or fresh and tasty, the Hacker-Pschorr beers have something to offer for every palate.

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Harpoon Brewery

Harpoon Brewery

We started the Harpoon Brewery in 1986 because—like today—we loved beer and wanted more quality choices. There was only one problem: we were beer lovers, not brewers. We knew what we wanted to drink, but we needed some help actually brewing it. So we enlisted our first brewer, took over some warehouse space on the Boston waterfront, and began introducing fresh, local craft beer to Boston drinkers. We tried to do it in a way that captured the spirit of fun that had brought us to beer in the first place. From that warehouse, surrounded by fish companies on the docks of South Boston (neighboring what is now the Seaport District), we couldn’t imagine that craft brewing would become what it has today. We still remember our days on the other side of the bar, and have spent as much time spreading the joy of beer drinking as we have focusing on recipes, ingredients, and brewing equipment. Hopefully our sense of gratitude is reflected in both the quality of the beer and the spirit of fun and enjoyment surrounding our beer and breweries. We invite all of you to visit our Boston brewery, where it all began, and our beautiful brewery in Windsor, Vermont.

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Hiball Energy

Hiball Energy

A naturally healthy, premium, clean energy drink without sacrificing taste. Hiball is the pioneer of energy drinks for the health-conscious consumer. After 3 packaging changes over the last 8 years, a full upgrade to organic / fair trade ingredients, and a few recent product line extensions, Hiball Energy is also the fastest growing natural / organic energy drink brand in the U.S. according to SPINS®.  Hiball Energy products contain a proprietary organic energy blend of guarana, ginseng and caffeine in addition to Vitamin B3, B5, B6, B12.

From day one, our mission has been to create the healthiest energy drinks; free of synthetic, artificial ingredients, sweeteners or colors. We incorporate efficacious organic and fair trade ingredients whenever possible. This is better for the farmers who cultivate them, more sustainable for the planet, and healthier for our customers. Our tagline says it all: It’s All Good. It's how we conduct our business; from our packaging and ingredients, to our relationships with our suppliers, customers, non-profits and athletes we support.

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Hoegaarden

Hoegaarden

Hoegaarden wheat beer has a truly unique heritage. From its humble beginnings in a small provincial village during the Middle Ages, it has grown to become a globally recognized brand, known all over the world as the original Belgian wheat beer. Hoegaarden has survived through good times and bad, owing its success to a few special individuals, a resilient Belgian spirit and, of course, a truly unique taste that simply stands the test of time.

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Hofbräuhaus Munchen

Hofbräuhaus Munchen

Founded in 1589 by Duke of Bavaria William V, Hofbräu München has written Munich beer history and helped shape the city’s beer culture. Proudly brewing beer the Hofbräuhaus way for over 400 years. In recent times the German beer market has undergone a consolidation process. Hofbräu München, which is in the possession of the Bavarian state, is one of the last two traditional Munich breweries still in Bavarian ownership. “Hofbräu, mein München” is a passionate declaration of the brewery’s commitment to Munich, its people, and the Bavarian way of life.

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Hornsby’s Hard Cider

Hornsby’s Hard Cider

Hornsby’s Hard Cider, a modern refreshing hard cider for young adults seeking an alternative to beer and wine, is thrilled to announce the next chapter in its storied history. Hornsby’s has updated its packaging and recipe to reflect that of a new generation of drinkers. Hornsby’s Hard Cider, now under the watch of the Vermont Hard Cider Company, listened to consumers in developing a refreshed look and taste without abandoning the brands strengths. The neck label retains a similar look and feel. The bottle label keeps the traditional Hornsby’s shield, while updating the rhino, and adding the California coastline to pay homage to the brands roots.

Icelandic Glacial

Icelandic Glacial

Icelandic Glacial is recognised as the world's first Carbon Neutral bottled water for both its product and operations, harnessing 100% natural green energy in the form of geothermal and hydroelectric power to produce its premium and award-winning Icelandic water. The source of Icelandic Glacial is Iceland's legendary Ölfus Spring. Formed over 5,000 years ago, the Ölfus Spring is continuously replenished by a gradual filtration of rainfall and snowmelt over uninhabited and untouched lava fields. One of the world's largest natural springs, over 900,000 cubic meters of water overflows from the Ölfus Spring into the ocean every day. This is more than twice the amount of all bottled water consumed worldwide. The water we collect flows directly into our state-of-the-art bottling plant located right at the source, in Hlidarendi, Iceland at the edge of the Ölfus Spring. During this process, we ensure the water is never exposed to outside air. We also take great pride in running a completely sustainable operation, fueled entirely by geothermal and hydroelectric power. Source of an Epic Life

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Imperial

Imperial

Imperial has a taste for adventure, because adventure has always been right outside their back door. That's what makes Costa Rica one of the world's great destinations for eco trips, extreme vacations, and adventurous people. And while it might not come to mind right away, Costa Ricans know beer. Imperial is a beer for those who aren’t content just drinking what everyone else is.

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Independence Brewing Company

Independence Brewing Company

BREWED IN AUSTIN SINCE 2004

Our talented crew has grown over the years, but the passion for great beer has never wavered.  And that is a passion we instill in every bottle and can that comes off the line, onto the truck, into your local store, and into your homes.  We labor to produce our hand-crafted gift for Texas.  We hope you enjoy it.

Cheers!

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Jarritos Mexican Soda

Jarritos Mexican Soda

Jarritos was Mexico's first national soft drink in 1950 and is now the best selling Mexican soft drink in the U.S. Jarritos is the best complement to Mexican food because of its nine great tasting and authentically Mexican fruit flavors. With so many flavors to choose from there is something for everyone, but the Mandarin, Fruit Punch, Pineapple, and Tamarind are the most popular!

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Johnny Bootlegger

Johnny Bootlegger

Johnny Bootlegger stands out because of its originality, its attractive look and especially its image that recalls the alcohol prohibition of the United States (wasn't that worth while?). This product is only sold in a 200 ml bottle; a pleasing size that can be enjoyed by everyone! 12% alcohol by volume and four delicious flavors.

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Julius Echter

Julius Echter

Wurzburger Hofbrau, the brewery behind Julius Echter, has a rich tradition. Founded in 1643 by the Franconian Prince-Bishop Johann Philipp von Schonborn,  Wurzburger Hofbrau is the oldest business still in existence in Wurzburg today. The idea developed to found a royal court brewery to provide the men with delicious beer to placate them during the Thirty Years War. In memory of the brewery’s founder, the crown of the Prince-Bishop still decorates the brewer's star in the company logo.

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Karbach Brewing Co.

Karbach Brewing Co.

We like beer.  A lot.  Our background is in the beer biz.  Everything from distribution and importing to German training and brewery operations.  A few years ago we had an opportunity that would allow us to open up our own brewery.  We jumped on it. We’re extremely excited about this brewery, and we think it shows in everything we do.  This is just plain fun for us.  The day it starts to feel like a job is the day when lightning shall strike us dead.  Cause, hey, at the end of the day we're making beer.  And beer is fun.

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Kingfisher

Kingfisher

Celebrating over 150 Years of Brewing Excellence! Kingfisher’s heritage started with five small breweries in South India, the oldest of which, Castle Breweries dates back to 1857. Then in 1915, Thomas Leishman, a Scotsman, combined these breweries to form United Breweries Ltd. The popularity of their beers soon spread and within a short time, bullock carts carrying huge ‘hogsheads’ of Kingfisher became a familiar sight in Madras, the Nilgiris and Bangalore. Almost immediately, the brew from UB became a favorite, especially with the British troops. So began the history of beer in India… (US production brewed under license by the state-of-the-art breweries of Mendocino Brewing Company.)

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Kirin

Kirin

Kirin Brewery Company, Ltd., headquartered in Tokyo, is one of Japan's most prominent and respected breweries, and among the top ten brewers in the world.  Its history dates back to 1888 and in that time, the name Kirin has become synonymous in Japan and around the world with beer of the highest quality.  Kirin refers to a mythic beast from ancient Chinese mythology: one-half dragon, the other deer. According to legend, this amazing animal refuses to step on living plants and will not eat living things. Considered a harbinger of auspicious events, a Kirin is said to have appeared at the bedside of the mother of Confucius as she was about to give birth to her son. As a symbol of well-being and good fortune, the Kirin was an ideal choice for the label of Kirin Beer.

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Kona Brewing Company

Kona Brewing Company

Kona Brewing Company was started by father and son team Cameron Healy and Spoon Khalsa. The pair had a dream to create fresh, local island brews made with spirit, passion and quality. Their love of Hawaii, and a desire to protect the pristine environment here, brought them to the Big Island to fulfill their vision. Kona Brewing continues to be headquartered right where it began, in Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island.

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Konig Ludwig

Konig Ludwig

Over the centuries, the brewing know how, quality management and brand management have been developed and fine-tuned within the Wittelsbach family, the Royal Family of Bavaria. Konig Ludwig International is headed and controlled by HRH Prinz Luitpold von Bayern. These Royal Bavarian beers are made from family recipes which have been fine tuned over centuries. Their quality is evidenced by regular success in international beer competitions and quality evaluations, such as DLG, WBA and European Beer Star.

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Konig Pilsener

Konig Pilsener

Over its 150 year history, Konig-Brauerei has transformed from a small local brewery to one of the leading premium breweries in the world. Now, as then, excellent ingredients are used: hops, barley, and malt selected from the best growing regions in the world and water of first-class quality. The company has invested heavily in research and design to make it one of the most modern, cutting-edge breweries in Europe.

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Kronenbourg 1664

Kronenbourg 1664

Kronenbourg 1664 prefers quality to quantity. They truly believe that everyone deserves the small daily pleasures in order to relax and enjoy the simple things of life. Pleasure is a way of living; it means carefully making a sophisticated product to be enjoyed with seriousness. That is why Kronenbourg calls it the “art of enjoyment.” Kronenbourg 1664’s “art of enjoyment” is spontaneous and effortless. Kronenbourg has a firm commitment to quality through its choice of ingredients, traditional brewing techniques and unique taste. Kronenbourg 1664 invites you to celebrate the French art of pleasure.

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La Trappe

La Trappe

La Trappe comes from the Brewery de Koningshoeven, the only Trappist brewery in The Netherlands. All La Trappe beers are developed and brewed in collaboration with the monks of the O.L.V. Koningshoeven Abbey. Worldwide, only seven Trappist breweries remain. Six of these come from Belgium, one comes from The Netherlands, and that is La Trappe. A beer can only be called a "Trappist beer" if it is brewed at a Trappist monastery under the supervision and responsibility of the monks. A part of the profits from the La Trappe beers goes to the monasteries in Indonesia and Uganda, which have been set-up by Koningshoeven.

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Lagunitas Brewing Company

Lagunitas Brewing Company

From points distant and beyond we all converged on Petaluma in 1993 and '94 with an unenunciated desire to be more than we were before. The core of Lagunitas came from Chicago, St Louis, Memphis, Walker Creek, and the highlands of Quincy. The Chicago contingent initiated the brewing and the gravitational effect of its suchness did the rest. We all loved the beer but the mission was larger than the ordinary joy of a hoppy-sweet quaff. It was driven unseen by an urge to communicate with people, to find our diasporidic tribe, and to connect with other souls adrift on a culture that had lost its center and spun its inhabitants to the four winds to wander lost and bereft with a longing to re-enter the light. Beer, we have learned, has always been a good lubricant for social intercourse! The Lagunitas Brewing Co. was not so much an act of ordinary "foundling" as it was willed into being by the unspoken desire of supportive beer-lovers in Northern California after which they continued to nurture their creation and urged us forward to fulfill the unifying needs of that same beer-loving diaspora from coast to coast and beyond. It is good to have friends!

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Lake Austin Ales

Lake Austin Ales

Lake Austin Ales focuses on the N.E IPA style. Packing boatloads of citrus hops into every can until they emerge as luscious, juicy beers.

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LandShark

LandShark

Fins Up! Grab a refreshing, drinkable LandShark Lager and Let the Fin Begin! LandShark Lager is not just a refreshing beer - but a state of mind! LandShark Lager is about good times, good friends, good food and a great party on the beach. Like Margaritaville, LandShark Lager is all about island living.

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Lefebvre Brewing

Lefebvre Brewing

Since 1876, this family brewery has done its utmost to create the most delicious beers. The Lefebvre brewery offers a rich assortment of products, flavors, and packaging all with the aim of optimum customer satisfaction. It has been an independent, family-run brewery since 1876. The fifth and sixth generations now lead the brewery, which is constantly adjusted to ensure technology is used in the service of tradition.

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Left Hand Brewing Company

Left Hand Brewing Company

Living in the great state of Colorado requires great balance – there’s just simply too much to do! Soak in over 300 days of sunshine a year. Catch a show at Red Rocks. Climb to the top of 14,255’ Longs Peak. Catch an Avs or Rockies game. Drop into some fresh powder at A-Basin. Tee up on the first hole at Haystack Mountain. Fly fish the South Platte. With so many choices, how does one manage? We sum it up all in one word: balance. Too much of any one activity leaves you missing out on another, always wondering if the other was better. A healthy dose of all things in a balanced way keeps your right brain feeling good and the left brain knowing it’s all good. We believe the same to be true with craft beer. Every day we strive for that perfect balance between malt and hops, from our lightest to our darkest—allowing a unique flavor experience in every bottle. From a golden crisp Polestar Pilsner to a roasty, black Wake Up Dead Imperial Stout, our balanced portfolio of handcrafted ales & lagers will keep your mind and your palate in a happy state of equilibrium. Now, we can talk about our beers all day, but we’d rather sit back and drink one with you. Next time you’re in town, swing by our Tasting Room for a tour, a few pints, and a great deal of balanced befuddlement about life. See you soon!

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Lindemans

Lindemans

Seven generations ago, in 1809, the Lindemans family owned a farm in Vlezenbeek near Brussels. They decided to intensify Lambic brewing activities during winter, when less farm work had to be done. The farm produced wheat and barley, the raw mterials of the Lambic. Due to the growing success of the Lambic, the brewery became more important and consequently, in 1930, the farm-activities were stopped. In 1978, Lindemans started the production of Faro, after a period during which it was almost disappeared from the market. The Framboise was launched in 1980 and due to the success of the fruit-beers, they created 2 new beers: Cassis (black current beer) in 1986 and Pecheresse (peach beer) in 1987. In 1991 the Lindemans family decided to build a new brewery next to the old one to meet the growing needs of the market without an loss in quality.  A dedication to perfection has resulted in numerous accolades and awards.  And in 1985, beer expert Michael Jakson exclaimed the Lindemans Kriek as one of the five best beers in the world.

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Lost Vineyards

Lost Vineyards

We search the world for little known (lost) wineries that produce highly drinkable wines suited for everyday enjoyment!   We currently import from Argentina, Italy, Portugal and Spain.

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Magic Hat Brewing Company

Magic Hat Brewing Company

The saturnalian saga of the Magic Hat Brewing Company began in 1978 in a Goddard College bathtub, where future brewmaster Bob Johnson first cultivated his maniacally obsessive interest in making “better beer with bigger flavor.” After fifteen years in various non-ale trades, Bob returned to this first fermentational love and made the decision to go pro on Martha’s Vineyard, an island sadly bereft of breweries. It was then, in a moment of supreme serendipity, that Fate sent him off to an accidental meeting on a random Burlington street with future Magic Hat president Alan Newman. Once both neighborhood acquaintances and coworkers at Seventh Generation, an environmentally friendly cleaning product company, the two had crossed paths many times but hadn’t talked for ages. Light pleasantries were exchanged, and upon hearing of Bob’s plans, Alan offered to help him open a brewery in Burlington. Before you could pour a pint, the two were road tripping through the Pacific Northwest, crash-studying the industry and scheming with a New England brewer to bottle Bob’s very first original ale. Seeking some mash tuns and tubes they could call their own, the pair moved into an abandoned Burlington factory in 1994, finally settling into a much larger (and currently expanding) facility near Lake Champlain’s Bartlett Bay in 1997.

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Magners Irish Cider

Magners Irish Cider

Magners (or Bulmers in Ireland) is a brand of cider produced in County Tipperary, in Ireland, by the C&C Group. The Magners product range includes the cider varieties: Magners Original, Magners Light, Magners Pear and Magners Berry. The cider was originally produced as "Bulmers" and continues to be sold under that name in Ireland, although the product is no longer owned by H. P. Bulmer. Magners is a former sponsor of the Celtic League rugby union competition and is current sponsor of Glasgow Celtic F.C

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Maredsous

Maredsous

The Maredsous Abbey stands for values such as patience, devotion and hospitality.  Those values still live on in the beers.  Past and present merge in the abbey, adding to its appeal.  The Maredsous beers represent the rich Benedictine tradition.  Maredsous’s three abbey ales stand out because of their refined flowery-fruity aroma and delicate sparkle.  These ales undergo natural refermentation in the bottle, meaning the beer matures further in the bottle.

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Martin House Brewing Company

Martin House Brewing Company

Martin House Brewing Company is a team of brewers, explorers, and dreamers.  We avoid tradition in favor of adventure, both in brewing and in life.  We value good ingredients and good people, and each of our beers pairs perfectly with life’s memorable moments.  We want to be the handcrafted beer you and your friends choose when celebrating your most recent adventure or planning the next one.  Martin House – Made in Texas by Texans.

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Maui Brewing Co.

Maui Brewing Co.

In 2005, we began our quest to brew handcrafted ales and lagers using the finest ingredients. 
Maui Brewing Co. has a strong commitment to the local economy, and deep concern for the environment.  We package in the most eco-friendly (and beer friendly) material, the can. Our spent grain is given to local farmers for feed and compost, contributing to local sustainability.


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Michelob

Michelob

Introduced in 1896 as a "draught beer for connoisseurs," Michelob was served only on draught in the finest retail establishments. That did not change until 1961 when Michelob was introduced in a bottle with a distinctive teardrop shape and gold-foil shrouded neck. Michelob is brewed using the most expensive ingredients available, including a high percentage of two-row barley malt and imported hops.

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Mighty Swell Cocktail Co.

Mighty Swell Cocktail Co.

At Mighty Swell, our mission is to rescue people from the average and the artificial. That’s why our Sparkling Cocktails are made with real fruit juice and never with any artificial flavors, high fructose corn syrup, sodium benzoate or food dyes. Available in three refreshing flavors, Peach, Grapefruit and Lemon, Mighty Swell Sparkling Cocktails are perfect at the beach, golf course or anywhere that you have a thirst for something extraordinary.

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Mineragua Club Soda

Mineragua Club Soda

A refreshing, bubbly drink from Jarritos®. This club soda beverage has no calories and no sugar, so you can feel good about drinking it. Add your own flavors by tossing in some fruits like lemons or grapefruit for a citrus twist.

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Montejo

Montejo

Montejo is 100% Mexican and 100% authentic. On January 19, 1900, Jose Ponce Solis established Cerveceria Yucateca, S.A. in Merida, Yucatan with the ambition to create authentic Mexican beer.  The first beers sold by this proud brewery were packaged in jars and distributed by horse-drawn cart.  Montejo was named for the founding father of the city of Merida, Yucatan: Don Francisco de Montejo.  Montejo was originally brewed exclusively with European malt and hops, and was actually born as a dark Vienna Lager before it became a Czech Pilsner.

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Moretti

Moretti

In 1859, Luigi Moretti founded his "Beer and Ice Factory" in Udine, Italy, in the region of Friuli. Udine was a very quiet little town in Northern Italy. The Udine townsfolk lived industrious lives, dedicated to traditional trades and handicrafts. When Luigi Moretti founded the brewery, the Friuli region was still annexed to the Austro-Hungarian Empire so there were very strong patriotic sentiments felt among the town's people. It was in this difficult political climate (in the same years as the famous battles of San Martino and Solferino) that thirty-seven-year-old Luigi Moretti, looked to the future with courage and hope and decided to build his beer factory. Born into a wealthy family of merchants, Luigi Moretti already had a well-established business in the wholesale trade of cereals, liquors, foodstuffs and of course beer, but he could never have imagined when he founded his little factory how much it would grow. Five generations later the Moretti name still graces the label of the authentic Italian beer across the world.

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Murphy’s

Murphy’s

The Murphy family's association with Cork started some time between 1709 and 1711, with the arrival of Nicholas Murphy in Carrigrohane, west of Cork city. Jeremiah, son of Nicholas then moved closer to Cork, leasing land in Bishopstown. Jeremiah married Mary Anne Redmond and they had two sons, Daniel and Jeremiah. The eldest son, Daniel, became a farmer while Jeremiah moved into Cork city and entered the leather trade. The Murphy Brewery celebrates over 150 years of brewing going from strength to strength; the now legendary stout is sold in over 40 countries and recognized worldwide as superior stout.

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MXD Cocktail Co

MXD Cocktail Co

MXD Long Island Iced Tea

The MXD Long Island Iced Tea combines the cola, gin, rum and triple-sec flavors of a classic long island iced tea.  At 12% ABV the sweetness is balanced with just the right amount of alcohol bite resulting in a clean finish.  This great-tasting, sessionable beverage can be drunk straight from the can or over ice.

MXD Margarita

The MXD Margarita is balanced with the flavor of tart lime and a traditional salted margarita.  The 12% ABV is amazingly smooth with a clean finish.  The result is an extremely sessionable liquid that can be sipped from the can or served on the rocks.  

Natural Brands

Natural Brands

Introduced in 1977, Natural Light was Anheuser-Busch’s first reduced calorie light beer. A wonderfully blended and balanced American-style light lager, Natural Light is the ultimate value beer. Natural Light’s longer brewing process produces a lighter body, fewer calories and an easy-drinking character – a satisfying refreshment for a satisfying value.

New Belgium Brewing

New Belgium Brewing

Follow your folly. Ours is beer. But isn’t Folly a lack of good sense; a foolish act or idea? Au contraire we say at New Belgium. Folly is freeing. Folly laughs at the status quo, protests mediocrity, sings in the blind alley and celebrates the wild hare. It’s relevant irreverence. It’s living like there is a tomorrow. Our Folly is Beer. Really good beer. Our folly is also a near-constant tinkerering with our company practices to make them more sustainable. Employee-owned since 1996. Wind powered since 1998. Striving to honor nature at every turn of the brewery. Tastes great, Less landfilling. As well, a folly takes inspiration. Within our beers, you’ll meet a few friends of ours who inspire New Belgium. They’re making more from less and living large at the same time. Rebels with a cause. We think they have a folly worth following.

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Nine Band Brewing Co.

Nine Band Brewing Co.

Texas born and bred, the Nine-Band brewmaster brings his award-winning experience to every one of our carefully crafted styles, each made with the highest quality ingredients available for the ultimate taste experience.   Texas born and bred, the Nine-Band endless tumbleweed-strewn highways, deep canyons and wind-worn rock formations, long-lost ghost towns, moss-draped swamps, and vast rolling plains filled with the most fearsome of critters. This is the Texas that brews the legends, and the inspiration for every premier craft beer created by Nine-Band Brewing Company™. Every sip serves up a tip of the hat, a nod of the head, and a taste infused with the distinctive twang of our distinctive state.

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North Coast Brewing Co.

North Coast Brewing Co.

A pioneer in the Craft Beer movement, North Coast Brewing Company opened in 1988 as a local brewpub in the historic town of Fort Bragg, located on California’s Mendocino Coast. Under the leadership of Brewmaster Mark Ruedrich, the brewery has developed a strong reputation for quality having won more than 70 awards in national and international competitions. In addition to Red Seal Ale, Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout, Scrimshaw Pilsner, and other fine North Coast brands, the brewery has resurrected the old Acme label with a heritage dating back to the San Francisco of the 1860s. These exceptional beers are available in 47 states now and also are exported to Europe and the Pacific Rim.

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O’Doul’s

O’Doul’s

Together, O'Doul's and O'Doul's Amber have won 13 consecutive awards in the non-alcoholic malt beverage category at the Great American Beer Festival dating back to 1993. They have also won 10 medals at the North American Beer Awards in the non-alcoholic malt-based beverage category and five World Beer Cup Awards in the non-alcoholic malt beverage category.

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Oasis Texas Brewing Company

Oasis Texas Brewing Company

Fresh, handcrafted, iconic, rustic session beer from the heart of the Hill Country in Austin, TX. 

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Odell Brewing Co.

Odell Brewing Co.

Founded in 1989, Odell Brewing was started by Doug Odell, his wife Wynne, and his sister Corkie. Twenty-four years later, the culture of family and collaboration still thrives fostering a brewery full of beer-centric people. It is this passion for beer that inspires Odell Brewing to create quality, hand-crafted, innovative brews. As a regional craft brewery, Odell Brewing is committed to serving the communities in which it distributes by minimizing its environmental impact, sourcing local raw materials, and through its charitable giving program known as Odell Outreach. Odell Brewing was named a “Best Company to Work For” in 2013 by ColoradoBiz Magazine and is an award winning brewery, nationally and internationally: 2013 Great American Beer Festival® - gold medal for 5 Barrel Pale Ale, 2012 Brewers Association Recognition Award, 2011 Great American Beer Festival® - gold medal for Friek, 2008 World Beer Cup® – gold for IPA. 2007 Great American Beer Festival® – gold medal for IPA.

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Old Speckled Hen

Old Speckled Hen

Old Speckled Hen is a traditional English Ale brewed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the MG factory.  It was named after a paint-spattered MG automobile called the "Old Speckled" that used to drive about the factory.

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Omission Lager & Pale Ale (Gluten-Removed)

Omission Lager & Pale Ale (Gluten-Removed)

Omission is the first craft beer brand in the United States focused exclusively on brewing great-tasting craft beers with traditional beer ingredients, including malted-barley, and specially crafted to remove gluten.  We’re committed to ensuring that every bottle of Omission beer meets our team’s standards. Each batch of Omission Pale Ale and Omission Lager is tested by an independent lab using the R5 Competitive ELISA for gluten content. Although there is scientific evidence supporting this testing, the evidence is not conclusive. Omission beer may contain gluten. See your bottle’s test results: the date code stamped on every bottle of Omission beer corresponds to a batch of Omission Lager or Omission Pale Ale, and you can use that code to view your bottle’s test results. Enter the code from your bottle and take comfort in knowing the results of your beer’s R5 Competitive ELISA test results. See the Omission website for more FAQs and a legalistic description of “gluten-free” as it is defined in the U.S.

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Ommegang

Ommegang

In October of 1997, not far from the birthplace of baseball, ground was broken for what was to become America’s most unique microbrewery. Based on traditional Belgian farmhouse architecture and set on a former hop farm in upstate New York, Brewery Ommegang was born with the philosophy that truly unique ales must be built from the ground up. Now brewing five award-winning Belgian-style ales and offering daily tours and tastings, plus a full calendar of special events, Brewery Ommegang is the place where brewing is an art and partaking is a passion.

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Original Sin Hard Cider

Original Sin Hard Cider

Original Sin was born out of the NYC experience. The founder, an NYCer, came to see the need for a superior cider, a cider that was clean and complex with a noticeable bite. The quest to create the perfect recipe encompassed both day and night. Day was spent upstate in a winery, tasting, testing and mixing. Night was spent in NYC bars, getting feedback from bar owners and patrons. The result, Original Sin Hard Cider was released to immediate acclaim from sources as diverse as The New York Times, Paper Magazine and Market Watch. Original Sin is made from the best apples and contains no artificial flavors or colors. Light with a clean and crisp apple taste, Original Sin goes down equally well in a pub after a game, served with dinner or dessert, or over ice on a hot summer day. We hope you visit some of the great locations stocking our product, and please let others know how refreshing and pleasurable Sin can be. Original Sin Cider is gluten-free!

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Orval

Orval

Throughout the long history of Orval, there has probably always been a brewery at the monastery. Various facts corroborate this idea: topographical references on old drawings, a detailed description of production left by a Franciscan visitor three hundred years ago, and an area called the "hop-field" very close to the monastery. Brewing beer was customary in these areas little-suited to vine-growing. Beer was first and foremost considered for its nourishing properties: it was called "liquid bread." The origins of this distinctive beer can be attributed jointly to Mr. Pappenheimer and to the Belgians, Honore Van Zande and John Vanhuele who were working in the brewery at the same period. They were daring; their combination of production methods is nowhere else to be found. Several of these methods, such as infusion brewing and "dry-hopping" are English. The result is a beer with characteristic aroma and a taste owing more to the hops and yeasts than to the malts.

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Oskar Blues Brewery

Oskar Blues Brewery

Great canned beer? The term has been an oxymoron for craft beer lovers used to getting their full-flavored beers from bottles only. When Dale decided to turn his restaurant into a brewpub in 1999, he had no idea that what started out as a small side project would turn into a huge success. Customers were diggin’ the beer, and wanted more.  In 2002, Dale decided it was time to start packaging his beer. And he felt there was no better package for his big craft beer than a CAN. In November of 2002, we launched the “Canned Beer Apocalypse” by putting our 3-dimensional Dale’s Pale Ale in a can. And so began our unCANny story. 10 years later we’re still rockin’ our craft beer in cans!

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Palm Breeze

Palm Breeze

Vacay every day! Palm Breeze is gluten-free.

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PALM BREWERIES

PALM BREWERIES

PALM Breweries is Belgium's largest independent brewery and the maker of PALM Ale, Belgium's top-selling ale. Located in Steenhuffel, Belgium, PALM Breweries has a long tradition of producing award-winning beers and ales. In fact, PALM Ale is the product of just such a tradition, born out of a challenge by the Belgian Brewing Guild to brew a Belgian Ale to compete with the newly popular Pilsners and Lagers.  PALM Breweries represents unique dedication to the art and craft of beer-making, even within a country as steeped in beer-making tradition as Belgium. Today, PALM is the only brewery in Belgium to still offer all four fermentation methods (bottom fermentation, top fermentation, mixed fermentation and spontaneous fermentation) within its portfolio.

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Palma Louca

Palma Louca

Palma Louca is a very refreshing and light beer, brewed by Heineken Brazil with the finest imported malts and hops. It is a beer for the Brazilian style of fun, to be enjoyed by friends on the beach, or at hot nightclubs and lively restaurants.

Paulaner

Paulaner

Since 1634, Paulaner beers have been famed for their unique flavors – as has the company’s passion for brewing. The skill and expertise of Paulaner’s master brewers, the use of the best raw materials, and state-of-the-art technology all guarantee the best product quality. Their wide and diverse portfolio has the right beer for every taste and any occasion. Paulaner is the market leader for wheat beer, and its traditional products convey the typical Munich joie de vivre.

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Pilsener El Salvador

Pilsener El Salvador

Brewed in El Salvador since 1906 using the finest ingredients to create a soft and delicious taste of high quality, Pilsener has been the most successful beer of Industrias La Constancia for more than 100 years. Its name is derived from Pilsen, in the Czech Republic. Its traditional label, with the red Ace of Hearts, is part of the Salvadorian culture and tradition, a merit that has turned it into the number one beer of El Salvador.

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Pinkus Organic

Pinkus Organic

Pinkus beers are churned out by the Pinkus Muller brewery, which is named for Pinkus Muller, "the singing brewer", a chap who sang in the Munich Opera and found time to run the brewery that his forebears had founded back in 1816. Today, the fifth and sixth generation of the family operate the famous Pinkus-Muller Pub/Brewery. So dedicated to quality is Pinkus, that they are the world's first brewery to brew with only organically grown barley malt and whole hop blossoms.  Pinkus Brewery is certified organic by USDA-accredited ABCERT GmbH.

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Port Royal

Port Royal

Developed in 1983 to bring a European style pilsner to the Honduran market, this beer was brought to life by master brewer Helmut Lutz. Through the years it has become the premium beer of Honduras. Located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Port Royal has brought the finest quality barley, yeast, hops and water out of Central America in the form of three golden lagers.  In 2009, each brand was awarded medals for quality from the distinguished Australian International Beer Association.

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Pyramid Breweries

Pyramid Breweries

Pyramid has been proudly brewing quality beers in the Pacific Northwest since 1984. Our heritage has been built on award winning brews worth sharing with friends. Today, we're serving four staple beers, two seasonal brew and periodic alehouse exclusives to discerning palates nationwide. What a long, delicious trip it's been.

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Quilmes

Quilmes

Cervecería y maltería Quilmes is an Argentine Brewery founded in 1888 in Quilmes, Buenos Aires Province, by Otto Bemberg, a German immigrant. The company quickly started growing and in the 1920s it was already the most popular beer in Buenos Aires. Since then, it has become something of a national symbol, and has 75% of the beer market share in Argentina. It sponsors the Argentina national football team, and the colours of its labels are Argentina’s light blue and white.

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Radeburger

Radeburger

The Radeberger Gruppe is a market leader in the German beer market. The group is part of the Dr. August Oetker KG family business in Bielefeld and a strategic business arm of the Oetker-Gruppe. The Radeberger Gruppe sees itself as a keeper of the German beer culture. With a clear commitment to regional heritage and to the values and traditions of its brands, the brewery group fosters the diversity of German beers and beverages and actively develops the German beer and beverage market with its innovative business model.

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Real Ale Brewing Company

Real Ale Brewing Company

Since 1996, we’ve been brewing in Blanco, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country. When you get to make beer in a place like this, you develop a greater appreciation for the simpler things in life — fresh air, wide-open spaces, and working with your hands. We're proud to make beer with as little processing as possible. In addition to being unfiltered and unpasteurized, we never use preservatives or artificial colors. We start with water from the nearby Blanco River and the highest quality ingredients. Then we take the time to allow all the unique characteristics of the ingredients to shine. We believe doing less to the beer actually creates more complexity, aroma and flavor.

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Red Bull

Red Bull

Inspired by functional drinks from the Far East, Dietrich Mateschitz founded Red Bull in the mid-1980's. This was not only the launch of a completely new product, but Red Bull Energy Drink was the birth of a totally new product category. Today Red Bull is available in 171 countries and over 62 billion cans of Red Bull have been consumed so far.

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Redbridge

Redbridge

Redbridge is the first, nationally available gluten-free beer made with sorghum - a safe grain for those allergic to wheat or gluten. No blending or mixing of the ingredients takes place in order to preserve its purity. Redbridge was awarded gold medals in the gluten-free beer category at the 2008 and 2007 Great American Beer Festival and the 2007 North American Beer Awards and a bronze medal at the 2008 World Beer Cup.

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Redhook

Redhook

Redhook Ales will quench the thirst of any craft beer drinker. Today the craft beer continues to grow in popularity. The original Redhook ales were modeled after spicy Belgian ales and today Redhook is known as one of the most technologically advanced craft brewers in North America. Redhook has introduced a variety of quality brands to the beer world including its flagship ESB. There is an ale for any taste. Defy Ordinary and Drink Redhook.

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Regia

Regia

Regia Extra has been produced in El Salvador since 1959.  It is an exquisite intensely flavored beer, carefully prepared by a process of maturation.  They have received gold medal awards for quality from the International Institute for Quality Selection, Monde Selection in 2005 and 2006.

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Rentsch Brewery

Rentsch Brewery

Brewers of Wind Powered Beer and Proud Supporters of the Beer Garden Life

 

We at Rentsch Brewery pride ourselves on being the first craft brewery in Georgetown, Texas and an active part of the local community. As a family run operation, we are committed to producing high-quality beer. Incorporating Old World German and New World American styles, we have created a perfect lineup for your enjoyment.

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Resignation Brewery / KCCO

Resignation Brewery / KCCO

Stop by theCHIVE’s office in Austin for a tour and you’ll be led immediately to our famous beer fridge. In fact, popping open that fridge is a rite of passage here, like riding down our slide or losing to our best ping pong players on the table out back. But when you look inside that fridge, you’ll notice a selection of beers labelled “KCCO.” That’s right — they’re ours. We made them. It’s a special home brew, crafted from the highest quality ingredients, one that joins our websites, our shirts and our culture in bringing the world closer together with that famous “Keep Calm and Chive On” outlook. Now, you don’t have to come to Austin to enjoy one of the best things about theCHIVE. We’re now available at thousands of locations across the U.S. and Canada. Of course, you’re always welcome to join us down here for a brew, too. As long as you’re willing to lose at ping pong.

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Rochefort

Rochefort

The Abbey of St-Remy, in the southern part of Belgium, was founded in 1230. The monks began to brew beer sometime around 1595. The beautiful small brewery in the abbey, Rochefort Trappistes, is one of only seven Trappist breweries in the world and makes full-bodied, deeply flavored dark ales. They are bottle-conditioned and among the world's most highly-respected beverages.  Only beers made in a Trappist Monastery, under the supervision of the monks, can use the Authentic Trappist Product seal.

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Rodenbach

Rodenbach

Affordable specialist beer, aimed at refreshment and quenching thirst - to be enjoyed with kindred spirits.  Rodenbach undergoes two stages of fermentation before it acquires its sweet-sour flavor.  The first stage of fermentation is unique because top-fermerntation yeast cohabit with lactic flora: so-called mixed fermentation.  Rodenbach only acquires its fruity bouquet, which is unmatched by any other beer, after maturation in oak casks.  A Rodenbach is best served cold!

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Rogue Ales

Rogue Ales

Rogue is a small revolution, which expresses itself through handcrafted Ales, Porters, Stouts, Lagers and Spirits, and this is the way we conduct our business. The spirit of the Rogue brand, even the name, suggests doing things differently, a desire and a willingness to change the status quo. A Rogue Ale, Porter, Stout, Lager or Spirit is crafted to give it unique character, innovative in its makeup and brewing, a process that has not compromised quality. We believe if a Rogue Ale, Porter, Stout, Lager or Spirit cannot be all of these things, it should not be made at all.

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Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Saint Arnold Brewing Company, located in Houston, is Texas’ Oldest Craft Brewery. Our goal is to brew world class beers and deliver them to our customers as fresh as possible making them the best beers in Texas and Louisiana. Our customers are beer lovers - people that appreciate great, full-flavored beers. Our small crew does everything at the brewery: brew the beer, filter the beer, keg the beer, bottle the beer, sell the beer and drink the beer. For us, this is a passion, not a job. We believe that this comes through in the beers we make. Our beers have soul. We brew several different beers; some are year round, some are seasonal and a few are single batch brews. They are available in bars, restaurants, grocery stores, liquor stores and warehouse stores throughout Texas and Louisiana. Our first keg of beer was shipped on June 9, 1994. Founded by Brock Wagner and Kevin Bartol, we chose Houston because, other than living here, this was the largest city in the country that did not have a microbrewery. Brock was a longtime homebrewer and had considered opening a brewery as far back as college, although that was quickly dismissed as a silly idea. Seven years after graduating, Brock revisited the idea, enlisted Kevin’s help and the brewery was off and running. Kevin has since left the business after a bitter battle. (Just kidding - but don’t you wish people wrote that when it was the truth?).

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Salva Vida

Salva Vida

Salva Vida has been the leading brand in Honduras since 1916. Located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Salva Vida brings the finest quality barley, yeast, hops and water out of Central America in the form of three golden lagers.  Each lager has its own distinctive formulation with European barley malt and hop varieties. Salva Vida has won many awards throughout its long history, most recently Salva Vida was awarded medals for quality in 2009 from the Australian International Beer Association.

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Samuel Smith

Samuel Smith

Established in 1758 in North Yorkshire, Samuel Smith’s Old Brewery at Tadcaster is Yorkshire’s oldest brewery.  Traditional methods of brewing have been retained at The Old Brewery. The brewery still has its own cooper making and repairing its oak casks.  All of Samuel Smith’s naturally conditioned draught beer is served from the wood.  The original well at the Old Brewery, sunk in 1758, is still in use, with the brewing water drawn from 85 feet underground.  Samuel Smith’s ales and stouts are fermented in ‘stone Yorkshire squares’ - fermenting vessels made of solid slabs of slate - which give the beers a fuller bodied taste.  The yeast used to ferment Samuel Smith’s ales has been of the same strain since the nineteenth century.   All of Samuel Smith’s beers are brewed solely from authentic, natural ingredients without any chemical additives, raw material adjuncts, artificial sweeteners, colorings, flavorings or preservatives.

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San Miguel

San Miguel

San Miguel Beer was first produced by La Fabrica de Cerveza de San Miguel, a small brewery in the Philippines that began its operations in 1890. In 1963, the brewery was renamed San Miguel Corporation. The beer business provided the foundation from which San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has grown to become the largest food, beverage and packaging company in the Philippines today. From a single product produced in a single brewery in 1890, San Miguel beer has, over 117 years later, grown into an array of popular beer products catering to the distinct tastes and preferences of beer drinkers across all segments and markets in the Philippines.  The Company’s products have been internationally recognized for quality, including five Monde Selection International gold medal awards in 2007. SMB has breweries in each of Valenzuela City, Metro Manila; San Fernando City, Pampanga; Mandaue City, Cebu; Bacolod City, Negros Occidental; and Darong, Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur, with a total annual production capacity of 15.1 million hectoliters.

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Sangría Señorial Soda

Sangría Señorial Soda

Sangría Señorial is Mexico's original Sangría-flavored soft drink. Its unique and refreshing non-alcoholic Sangria-flavor makes any occasion spectacular and unique.

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Sapporo

Sapporo

Sapporo, the oldest beer brand in Japan, was first brewed in Sapporo, Japan in 1876 by the German-trained brewer Seibei Nakagawa. Sapporo, now the largest city in the Northern part of Japan, was a frontier town. It was up to Nakagawa, the first German-trained Japanese “Braumeister” (brewmaster), to make high quality domestic beer, using some of the locally produced ingredients and authentic beer crafting techniques, in this big-city-to-be. The beer quickly became a success and was consumed throughout the nation. The iconic star, initially a symbol of the pioneers in the area of Sapporo, was chosen to represent the pioneering spirit behind the SAPPORO brand.  From the beginning, Sapporo was a favorite among beer lovers – a crisp, clean taste they appreciated and an advanced brewing process they respected. Sapporo Premium was brought to the U.S.A in 1964. Since then, Sapporo has established its status as the #1 selling Asian beer in the United States. Today, three varieties of the brand (Sapporo Premium, Sapporo Reserve, and Sapporo Premium Light) are enjoyed by beer connoisseurs across the country.

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Schilling Hard Cider

Schilling Hard Cider

In 1881, Colin Schilling's great-great-grandfather, August, founded Schilling Spice Company in San Francisco. His goal was to bring pure, natural spices to everyone at a fair price.  Today, at Schilling Cider, we carry August's core values forward and pair them with innovative cider-making techniques. We capture the essence of the Pacific Northwest by creating ciders that are deliberately innovative, bold and flavor forward.  Never back-sweetened, we use only 100% percent fresh pressed apples, locally sourced non-GMO ingredients, and individually hand-selected yeast strains to create a cider experience that is truly unique. Today, the majority of American hard cider is produced on the east coast, although many of the apples come from Washington State. Our cider uses only local apples. Just like August with his spices, I want to bring my west coast neighbors the very best. I hope you enjoy drinking Schilling Cider. It’s made with passion and love.”

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Seagram’s Escapes

Seagram’s Escapes

Seagram’s Escapes malt beverage blends light alcohol with tropical and exotic fruit tastes. Eight deliciously, fun and refreshing flavors like Wild Berries, Jamaican Me Happy, Strawberry Daiquiri and Fuzzy Navel make enjoying a cooler easy. Seagram’s introduces new flavors every year in order to appeal to every taste.

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Seagram’s Hard Soda

Seagram’s Hard Soda

Introducing Seagram’s Hard Sodas, a decidedly curious concoction.

Available in four re-quizzically chill flavors like Lemon 'N Lime, Cherry Cola, Orange Cream and Grape. Are they malty sodas? Or fizzy malts? Try one, and decide for yourself. Enjoy responsibly.

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Shock Top

Shock Top

Shock Top is a traditional Belgian-Style wheat ale first introduced in 2006 as a seasonal brew under the name Spring Heat Spiced Wheat. After winning a gold medal in 2006 and bronze medal in 2007 in the Belgian White category at the North American Beer Awards, Anheuser-Busch decided that it was only right to bring it to the people year-round. Since calling it Spring Heat didn’t seem to make a whole lot of sense in the middle of November (or July, for that matter), the company changed the name to Shock Top.

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Sidral Mundet Soda

Sidral Mundet Soda

With a distinctively crisp and refreshing apple flavor, Sidral Mundet is among the best-known brands in Mexico and has been a tradition since 1902.

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Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

In 1979, Ken Grossman began building a small brewery in the town of Chico, California. His goal: to brew exceptional ales and lagers. Today, the Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. is considered the premier craft brewery in the United States. And the beer? Critics proclaim it “Among the best brewed anywhere in the world.” Ken’s passion for brewing began when a friend showed him the basics of home brewing. Using homemade equipment, Ken began brewing five-gallon batches of beer on his own, and soon became a proficient home brewer. In 1976, after studying chemistry and physics at Butte Community College and California State University at Chico, Ken opened his own store, The Home Brew Shop. There, he supplied Chico’s home-brewing community with equipment, materials, and advice, but dreamed of opening his own brewery. Two years later, it was time to make the dream a reality. Ken and co-founder Paul Camusi cobbled a brewery together from dairy tanks, a soft-drink bottler, and equipment salvaged from defunct breweries. Though the equipment was secondhand, they created a first-rate microbrewery. The ingredients were premium, including the copious quantities of hops that would become the brewery’s trademark. An avid backpacker, Ken named the new company for his favorite hiking grounds- the Sierra Nevada mountains. Finally, on November 15, 1980, the Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. brewed the first batch of what would soon become a landmark in American craft brewing: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. To this day, the Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. remains true to its roots. Ken is still personally involved in every aspect of brewery operation. Most importantly, the Sierra Nevada commitment to quality remains the same. Premium ingredients and time-honored brewing techniques make Sierra Nevada ales and lagers truly exceptional beers.

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Singha

Singha

Boon Rawd Brewery, the first brewery in Thailand, was set in 1933 by Boonrawd Srethaputra, who was later bestowed the aristocratic title of Phya Bhirorn Bhakdi by His Majesty King Prajadhipok (Rama VII). Singha Beer became the first beer to be brewed by a Thai, and is now considered a nation's heritage as well as a family's pride. Boon Rawd Brewery is still privately owned, with majority shares being owned by the founding family.

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Spaten

Spaten

One of Germany’s most successful breweries, Spaten is deeply rooted in Munich’s venerable beer-brewing tradition, yet it remains modern and dynamic. Spaten has been a leading exporter of German beer for more than a century. It played a crucial role in establishing the present superior worldwide reputation for German beer. The basis of their continuously expanding export figures is a healthy pioneering spirit, leading Spaten to set up a network of committed import partners at an early date. Today people all over the world take pleasure in drinking original Spaten beers, not only in the neighbouring states of France, Austria and Switzerland, but also in Italy, Spain, Scandinavia and the United States.

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SpikedSeltzer

SpikedSeltzer

SpikedSeltzer is made exclusively from purified water and natural ingredients.  The fresh fruit flavors infused in SpikedSeltzer are derived from cold-pressed citrus essence from a variety of fruits.  Fermentation of this citrus essence and sugar naturally produces 6% alcohol.  The result is clean and clear without the sugary sweetness of wine or the heaviness of beer.  Whether it is straight from the can, poured over ice, or used in a mixed drink, SpikedSeltzer always remains perfectly refreshing.

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Square Mile Cider Company

Square Mile Cider Company

Inspired by the pioneering spirit of those who traveled the Oregon Trail in the pursuit of a dream, we offer Square Mile Hard Cider.  We set out to reinvigorate an enduringly classic American beverage with a blend of apples hand-selected for the perfect balance of sweet and tart.  Our hard cider pays homage to the fortitude and perseverance of the original pioneers.

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St. Bernardus

St. Bernardus

St. Bernardus has brewed dark and blond abbey ales since 1946.  Located in the most remote corner of West Flanders, Belgium, a beer is made that fancies most beer lovers.  St. Bernardus is the legacy of two trappist monasteries, one which gave it its name, the other its its beer.  In 1934, Trappist monks transformed a farm in West Flanders called “Refuge Notre Dame de St. Bernard” into a cheese factory.  Shortly after WWII, the Trappist Monastery St. Sixtus in Westvleteren gave its beer license to the cheese factory in West Flanders.  The brew master from Westvletern became a partner in the brewery and brought along the recipes, the knowledge, and the St. Sixtus yeast strain.  In 1992 the license came to end, but the same beers are now brewed under a new name: St. Bernardus.

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Staropramen

Staropramen

As the city of Prague grew and evolved, so did its undying appetite for a wonderfully crisp Premium Czech Lager beer. In this indulgent city; in this spontaneous country, the brewing method, passed through generations, is an undeniably part of the Czech cultural tradition. Embrace yourself for an exciting journey through time and discover how the Staropramen brewery has been constantly linked to Prague.

Stella Artois

Stella Artois

Stella Artois was first brewed as a Christmas beer in Leuven. It was named Stella, from the star of Christmas, and Artois after Sebastian Artois, founder of the brewery. It’s brewed to perfection using the original Stella Artois yeast and the celebrated Saaz hops. It’s the optimum premium lager, with its full flavour and clean crisp taste. It is brewed using only natural ingredients, with the same process of mixing and fermentation as in the old days. This guarantees that the beer you drink is something we’d be proud of.

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Stella Cidre

Stella Cidre

Welcome to the taste of sophisticated leisure— dry, balanced and very Belgian. Here, we prefer to toast in the sun during a perfectly, put-together picnic. Or sip amongst friends at a brunch that happens to dip ever so gracefully into dinner. Our hard cider hits all the right flavor notes in this deliciously delightful composition. C’est musique for your palate.

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Stiegl

Stiegl

This privately owned Salzburg brewery combines tradition and innovation, forming a concept for success that makes Stiegl the strongest beer brand in Austria. The "beer with the red steps" is an unmistakable symbol in Austria for the "art of brewing at the highest level". Since 1998, Austria's leading private brewery has consistently borne the unique, eye-catching brand logo. The Stiegl brewery brand logo can now be found everywhere, in circulars, TV ads, promotions, on glasses, advertising materials, and even on the furnishing in our restaurants and shops.

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Stone Brewing Company

Stone Brewing Company

Founded in 1996 by Greg Koch and Steve Wagner, Stone Brewing Co. has become one of the fastest growing breweries in America in the past fifteen years. Its beers are big and aggressive. Its marketing has a sharp edge. This is a company that has earned an international reputation for its huge hop bombs while taunting beer drinkers by proclaiming “You’re not worthy” right on its own bottles. From the start Stone followed its own path, and their tactics have paid off with 43% year- to- year growth proving that Stone Brewing Co. is a true powerhouse when it comes to business and brewing excellent beer.

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Suprema

Suprema

Suprema has been known as the classic premium quality Salvadoran beer since 1967. Its sense of tradition is supported by its great quality, fine taste and distinctive image. It is a European style beer, with a casual, classic image.

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SweetWater Brewery Company

SweetWater Brewery Company

Living by the motto “Don’t float the mainstream,” SweetWater Brewery has been blazing its own path in craft beer throughout the Southeast since its inception in 1997. With a brewer calling the shots, quality of beer—and life—are always most important in crafting a lineup of lip-smackin’ brews. Widely known for its flagship 420 Extra Pale Ale, SweetWater also serves up an ever-evolving Catch & Release seasonal lineup of brews and a Dank Tank series of rarely released randomness.

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Texas Select Beverage Company

Texas Select Beverage Company

Texas Select was founded in 1981 and offers a full line of all natural beverages - non-alcoholic beer, tea and coffee The Texas Select Beverage Company began with the simple idea that all natural beverages can be an important part of a person’s day, a way to refresh and inspire one to continue to strive to get the most out of life. Starting with this simple idea, the founders of The Texas Select Beverage Company developed a full line of “all Natural” beverages including All Natural Teas, Coffees and its World Famous Texas Select NA brew. TSBC is committed to a philosophy of developing and delivering products that are good for the mind, body and soul. The Company is also committed to participating in programs that are positive and supportive of local communities, our country and our planet.

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Tiger

Tiger

Asia Pacific Breweries operates an extensive global marketing network in over 60 countries with the largest brewery footprint in Asia. Tiger beer leads as the flagship brand among the company's portfolio of over 40 beer brands and brand variants. APB benchmarks itself against international brewing standards and observes the most stringent brewing process.

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Tona

Tona

Tona is a golden Lager beer with an alcohol content of 4.6% by volume. Its smooth and refreshing flavor is the result of its perfect balance of extract, alcohol and bitterness. Tona is brewed following strict quality standards, using the finest North American and European malts and hops, certified by world renowned laboratories (Siebel Institute of Technology, Chicago and Brautechnische Pruf-und Versuchsanstalt, Munich-Weihenstephan).

TUPPS Brewery

TUPPS Brewery

TUPPS Brewery is a McKinney, Texas-based, small, independently owned craft brewery founded by Keith Lewis and Tupper Patnode in 2015.  Their award-winning lineup of beers includes, TUPPS IPA, Cotton Mill Gold, pale ale, and Texas Shade Wheat.  At the brewery, TUPPS has created an environment that embraces the feel and the era of the historic Cotton Mill.  When you visit the brewery, you will be immersed in the old Texas feel of the Cotton Mill and experience the past when things were slow and life was not as complicated.

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Twin Peaks Brewery

Twin Peaks Brewery

Welcome to your mountain lodge getaway. Here at Twin Peaks, we offer everything you crave and more: hearty made-from-scratch comfort food, draft beer served at a teeth-chattering 29 degrees and all the best sports on TV shown on high-definition flat screens. All of this is served by our friendly and attentive Twin Peaks Girls, offering their signature “Girl Next Door” charisma and playful personalities to ensure that your adventure happens at the Peaks. We’re your Mountain Manual for a good time- Game on!

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Uinta Brewing Co.

Uinta Brewing Co.

Uinta Brewing Company embarked upon its mission of brewing world class, full-flavored, craft-brewed beer in the winter of 1993. From a small, renovated mechanic's garage located in Salt Lake City, Uinta began distributing a tasty variety of beer ranging from 4.0% to over 10% alcohol by volume to local bars, restaurants, and liquor stores. Demand escalated, resulting in the installation of a bottling line in 1996. Then, in 2001, having outgrown its original building, Uinta built and relocated to a 26,000-square-foot facility. Uinta beers have received awards and medals from regional, national, and international competitions, including the North American Beer Awards, World Beer Cup, and Great American Beer Festival. We are also proud to have a loyal local following who share their personal stories about Uinta beer and who regularly visit us to have a pint. Thank you!

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Uncommon Wine Project

Uncommon Wine Project

We liked wine, but man was it limited…there are a lot of rules in traditional winemaking around adjuncts and added ingredients. We don’t follow the rules. At UWP, we make wine without the traditional boundaries. You can expect a wide variety of fruit wines, added herbs and botanicals, etc. Nothing is off the table.

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Unibroue

Unibroue

Unibroue's brewing methods were inspired by the great European brewing traditions and, in this respect, are one of a kind in North America. Our brewing methods are time consuming and costly. Given that the beers contain no chemical additives or preservatives, they require strict quality control. This all-natural brewing process is also, why our beers are higher in alcohol content and can provide a rich flavour without the bitter aftertaste of conventional beers. Moreover, they have a longer shelf life and adapt very well to the room temperatures, unlike conventional beers. This competitive edge makes Unibroue products attractive to foreign distributors.

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Verhaeghe

Verhaeghe

The brewery Verhaeghe was established in 1875 in the castle-farm in Vichte, West Flanders. Today it’s still a family owned & run company.   Their traditional Flemish red ale: Duchesse De Bourgogne.

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Victory Brewing Company

Victory Brewing Company

Victory Brewing is a privately held microbrewery located in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Begun by two childhood friends who shared a passion for home brewing, the brewery formally began operations in February of 1996. Victory, Pennsylvania’s widely acclaimed brewery and restaurant, now serves fans of fully flavored beers in 29 states.

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Warsteiner

Warsteiner

The Warsteiner Brewery lies deep in the heart of the Arnsberger Forestpark (Arnesberg Forest Nature Park) outside of Warstein, Germany in the north central section of the country. The Cramer family has been brewing beer since 1753, from the hand blown bottles and crude copper pots of the Cramer family's German kitchen to the current brewery which stands as a benchmark in modern brewing. Its systems and processes represent a single-minded commitment to modern technology in brewing. 

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Weihenstephaner

Weihenstephaner

Over the centuries much has changed in the world, and the future lives from change. It’s nice to know that in the eventful history of Weihenstephan, with all its developments, achievements and setbacks, one thing has remained constant: our beer. Thus the Weihenstephan Monastery Brewery – after nearly a thousand years – still stands atop Nährberg Hill, proud of its quality and its tradition and conscious of its position as the oldest existing brewery in the world.

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Wells and Young’s

Wells and Young’s

Wells and Young's Brewing Company is the UK's largest privately owned brewery and is a leader is cask ale and premium lager. With some of the UK's best loved beers, Wells and Young's is a leader in its field. With passionate farmers and expert brewers, the beers are brewed using techniques over a hundred years old, but in one of the UK's most modern breweries. And all the beers are brewed with the accredited natural mineral water from the brewery's very own well, sunk over 100 years ago.

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Westmalle

Westmalle

For more than 200 years the Westmalle Trappists have chosen a life of prayer and work. That is their true vocation, entirely in accordance with the rule of Saint Benedict. Monks, he stipulates, have to provide for themselves. Thus there is also a brewery within the abbey. The monks deliberately keep production small, with special care for man and the environment. And because profit is not their motive, they spend the surplus from it on charity work and on people in need. A monk's life is primarily a life of prayer. But it is also a life in community and a life of work.  You will learn more about this on this website:

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Wexford

Wexford

Greene King brews all its beers at Bury St Edmunds. The company is still as committed to brewing today as it was when it started some 200 years ago, and is proud of the quality, variety and reputation of its excellent range of cask, keg and bottled beers.

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White Claw Hard Seltzer

White Claw Hard Seltzer

The way we see it, the most refreshing innovation in the hard beverage aisle is honesty. And when it comes to artificial additives, less isn’t just more—it’s best. So we’ve decided to pioneer something true to nature. Something pure.

White Claw Hard Seltzer: all-natural sparkling seltzer water with 5% alcohol and a hint of honest-to-goodness fruit.

Crafted dry, hard and refreshingly drinkable, any flavor pairs perfectly with good times and even better company. Whether you’re beach-bound, out blazing trails or simply chilling, you can count on one deliciously crisp sip after another.

No additives. No funny business. Just 110 calories of good clean fun with a kick.

Cheers to that. 

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Whole Foods Market Brewing Company

Whole Foods Market Brewing Company

Whole Foods Market Brewing Company, the first craft brewery in a grocery store, will begin distribution of its first draft beer in two phases, starting with the Greater Houston area on Aug. 8, followed by the launch of statewide distribution in Texas on Sept. 18, 2015.  Both launches will be celebrated by special tapping events, including a tapping event in Austin on Sept. 18 at the Lamar Whole Foods Market, hosted by Dave Ohmer, brewmaster of Whole Foods Market Brewing Company.

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Widmer Brothers

Widmer Brothers

It began in 1979 when home brewing was legalized in Oregon. Having trouble finding beer in the U.S. that they liked to drink, brothers Kurt and Rob Widmer began making beer for themselves and their friends. After quitting their jobs in 1984, the Widmer brothers decide to turn their hobby into a vocation and open their own brewery. They pulled all of their resources together and build the Widmer Brewing Company in NW Portland. The brothers start by brewing Altbeir, meaning “Old Beer” in German, and a Weizenbier, their interpretation of a filtered wheat beer. Asked by the owner of the local Dublin Pub for a third beer for him to serve, the American-Style Hefeweizen was born by leaving the Weizenbier unfiltered resulting in a cloudy appearance. The Widmer Brothers Brewing Co., renamed in 1990, now resides in North Portland and continues to make one of America’s most popular wheat beers, the American-style Hefeweizen. 

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Wild Acre Brewing Company

Wild Acre Brewing Company

John Pritchett founded Wild Acre Brewing Company in 2015 after an 18-year career in beer distribution out of a love for the beer industry, beer itself, and in particular, the opportunity to participate in the creative energy fostered by craft breweries throughout Texas and the US with a self-designed strategy and team of unique and passionate people.

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Woodchuck Cider

Woodchuck Cider

A long time ago, way back in 1990, there was a little winery in the town of Proctorsville, Vermont. Back then, we made our living producing a variety of apple wines, something not many wineries do. We also made a little cider called “Vermont Old-Fashioned Hard Cider” – not the most catchy name, yet pretty darn appropriate. The Vermontiest of Vermonters are sometimes called “woodchucks” and this seemed like a pretty good name for our newest small-batch, Vermont-based cider. As you may know, the new Woodchuck cider tasted pretty darn good, and it quickly found distribution. Soon, our winery-turn-cidery was struggling to meet the demand for the cider. The early bottling line didn’t help either. Throughout all of Woodchuck’s years, a lot of things have changed. What’s even more surprising is the stuff that’s stayed the same. Like our cider recipes. We’ve figured out smarter ways to get them in bottles, but the ingredients and taste are exactly the same. More importantly, many of the same folks from the little Proctorsville Winery still make Woodchuck today.

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Wyder’s Hard Cider

Wyder’s Hard Cider

Wyder’s Hard Cider has specialized in eclectic fruit-forward ciders for more than two decades. We figured it was about time our look on the outside of the bottle, matched the artful reality of what is inside the bottle! The liquid remains unchanged; we just updated our look to better fit what we are all about. It’s a pretty hyper-connected world out there, grab a Wyder’s when you’re ready to unplug. We hope you enjoy.

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Xingu

Xingu

XINGU BLACK BEER was born to give continuity to the tradition of a beer initially brewed by the indians of the Amazon Forest. Long before Western civilization reached the Amazon, native brewers fermented roots and grains and used herbs as bittering agents to produce beer. They named their beer XINGU after the homeland of these pioneer women in brewing.  Xingu   Black Beer helps defending the Amazon Forest by supporting financially   the Y Ikatu Xingu organization, for the protection of the Xingu River, a symbol of Brazil s biological and cultural diversity,  dangerously threatened by burning and deforestation. A percentage of the brewery s benefits are transferred to the Y Ikatu Xingu foundation.

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Young’s

Young’s

After a 2 1/2 year review, Young’s decided to enter into a joint venture with the Bedford brewer, Charles Wells, creating a new force in the industry, Wells & Young’s Brewing Company Ltd.

There had been a long-standing personal relationship between the Young’s and the Wells families. The decision to combine their joint heritage of brewing expertise, traditional techniques, master brewers’ craft and the highest quality ingredients with the many benefits of a large, modern brewery would safeguard the future of Young’s ales for generations to come.

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Ziegenbock

Ziegenbock

Introduced in 1995, ZiegenBock is brewed in Houston and is a beer of the South. Only Texans get it, but they love it in Colorado too! ZiegenBock was critically acclaimed in Denver winning the Bronze Medal (American-Style Dark Lager) at the 2006 Great American Beer Festival.

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