Residents in Kentucky and Connecticut no longer have to cross surrounding state lines to get their fill of 21st Amendment Brewery brews, thanks to the brewery’s recent distribution expansion into both states.
“There has been a strong demand for our beers in both locations, and we are fortunate to be in a position to finally supply our beer to thirsty fans,” said Dave Wilson, President of 21st Amendment Brewery. “We not only have established relationships with awesome distributor partners in both regions, but we also have a local sales team in both states ready to hit the ground running.”
To kick-off the spring season, locals and visitors to both states will be treated to a refreshing line-up of Brew Free! or Die IPA, El Sully Mexican-style lager, Blood Orange Brew Free! or Die IPA, and Hell or High Watermelon wheat. All 21A beers will be available on draft, in six packs and select 15 pack assortments with other 21st Amendment brews.
In 2000, Nico Freccia and Shaun O’Sullivan opened the doors to the 21st Amendment brewpub in San Francisco’s historic South Park neighborhood with Freccia managing the restaurant and O’Sullivan spearheading the brewing process. In addition to quickly becoming one of the city’s favorite pubs, 21st Amendment began expanding beyond the Bay Area by helping to pioneer the movement to canned craft beer. In 2015, they opened a Brewery & Tap Room in San Leandro where most of their beers are made and canned. Known for artistic packaging, witty names and delicious brews, 21st Amendment offers year-round selections, seasonal offerings and its Insurrection Series of small-batch, limited releases. Sold in 27 states, 21st Amendment is among the top 50 craft beer breweries in America.