On March 29th, James Watt - BrewDog Captain - joined the Union Beer team to celebrate the re-introduction of his beer into the NYC market with stops at Fraunces Tavern, Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor and Cooper’s Craft & Kitchen Chelsea.
In early February of 2018, vonTrapp Brewing was awarded four medals in the first International Beer Competition in New York. Some of the awards include; Pilsner Brewery of the Year for 2018, a gold medal for Pilsner, and bronze medals for Golden Helles and Vienna Style Lagers.
We’re excited to announce the newest member to the Collective Arts beer portfolio! Meet Lunch Money.
Lunch Money is a straight-up, easy drinking, ale brewed exclusively with German Magnum and Centennial hops to fuel your creativity. Remarkably crisp, refreshing, and well-balanced, Lunch Money delivers all the quality, taste and authenticity of a well-crafted beer.
We are excited to announce that Craft Brewers Guild will be adding Bell's Brewery to our portfolio! The Michigan-based craft brewery has been ranked by the Brewers Association as the seventh largest craft outfit in the nation!
“As we add any new state, it is very important to us that we remind all of our fans about our dedication to quality. Part of the process of selecting new distributor partners is making sure that is a shared passion,” said Laura Bell, CEO of Bell’s Brewery.
Seaboard Products is excited to announce that we are adding Bells Brewery to our portfolio!
Bells Brewery is the seventh largest craft brewery and are based out of Michigan. The Sheehan Family companies already sells Bell's products in Southern California, Kentucky, New York and greater Milwaukee, Wisconsin area and are excited to add the Northeast to the portfolio.
Since 2006, Ninkasi Brewing Company has been renowned for its larger than life beers like Total Domination IPA, Dawn of the Red and Tricerahops. However, their recent can series is now launching lighter, yet full-flavored beers into the New York City market.
The Pottsville, Pa.-based brewery, known as America’s oldest, recently announced Yuengling Golden Pilsner. The beer will show up in some parts of the country as early as April. Philly, however, will have to wait a few more months before getting a taste.
The pilsner, which has 4.7 percent ABV and combines pale and specialty malts as well as Hallertau and Saaz hops, will be added to the brewery’s other core brands, including Traditional Lager, Light Lager, and Black & Tan.