Fireman’s Brew Offering Stock to CA Residents

imageFrom Fireman’s Brew:

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 30, 2012 - Fireman's Brew, Inc. (www.FiremansBrew.com), a Los Angeles-based craft beer company founded by two firefighters, today announced that it is conducting a private offering of stock for California residents.

In accordance with the provisions of California Corporations Code Section 25102(n), the Company is offering 6,250,000 Shares of Common Stock at $0.80 per Share for an aggregate offering price of $5,000,000. The minimum purchase is 6,250 Shares for $5,000*. Prospective investors must be residents of the state of California and must be qualified purchasers as defined under California Corporations Code Section 25102(n)(2).

Fireman's Brew was born from the vision of two Los Angeles based firefighters after extinguishing a brushfire high above the Glendale Mountains. As the two were sitting on the hillside reflecting on their exhausting day on the fire lines, they had a vision to create a premium line of beverages that would quench their thirst and help them relax. From this vision emerged Fireman's Brew, a California corporation that produces and distributes the premium line of Fireman's Brew branded beers:

  • Fireman's Brew: Blonde (Pilsner-style Lager; 5% ABV)
  • Fireman's Brew: Brunette (German-style Doublebock; 8% ABV)
  • Fireman's Brew: Redhead (Amber Ale; 5.5% ABV)

Fireman's Brew is distributed throughout California, Colorado, and Illinois. The Company also produces and distributes coffee and soft drinks.
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