Four Peaks Brewing Expands Distribution Outside of Arizona for the First Time

23 June 2016

imageFrom Four Peaks:

TEMPE, AZ - This July, Four Peaks Brewing Company expands its distribution outside of Arizona

to Southern Nevada for the first time in its 20-year history.

Las Vegas, Nevada, and the surrounding area will be the first to welcome the award winning Kilt

Lifter Scottish-style Ale, Hop Knot IPA, and Peach Ale to its bars, restaurants, casinos, grocery

chains, and convenience stores starting July 11, 2016. Plans for further expansion of other Four

Peaks brands to the Las Vegas market are in the works.

The Four Peaks team has worked diligently over the past 20 years to cultivate and grow a loyal

following in their backyard and now, they are taking their show on the road.

“We are really excited to expand our distribution and reach fans who are familiar with our beer

while having the opportunity to reach a new segment of beer fans that come and travel to Las

Vegas from all over the world. We are proud of our beer and are excited to share it with a new

and growing fan base,” says Ted Golden, VP of Sales.
As a bonus we have Pumpkin Porter (12oz Rexam cans, 5.1%-AbV).

2 comments (click to read or post):

Anonymous,  24 June, 2016 06:39  

"Nothing will change" even if AB starts brewing it out of state.

Tim W,  24 June, 2016 22:39  

Anyone see the yacht that Jim Scussel bought with some of the profits they made on the sale to Anheuser Busch? Had to be a 50 footer. These guys don't deserve mention in craft beer press anymore.

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