Boulevard Brewing Expands Pennsylvania, Delaware & Connecticut Distribution

06 July 2016

imageFrom Boulevard:

Kansas City brewery entering more new markets

July 6, 2016 – Kansas City –Boulevard Brewing Company today announced further additions to  its growing distribution territory, allowing craft beer fans in Delaware, Connecticut and the entire state of Pennsylvania to enjoy some of their favorite Midwestern beers in their own backyard. Boulevard has entered into agreements with Nittany Beverage, Wilsbach, Kirchner’s Beverage Distributor, Mid-State Beverage and Frank B. Fuhrer Wholesale in Pennsylvania, NKS Distributors in Delaware, and Brescome Barton in Connecticut.

“It has been gratifying to bring Boulevard beers to parts of the Northeast these past few years,” said Bobby Dykstra, VP of sales. “Every new market seems to have lots of craft beer fans who have been exposed to our beers, people with Midwest-ties who are really happy to see us. We’re pleased to have an opportunity to again become part of their daily lives.” 

Pennsylvania and Delaware distributors are currently stocking taps & filling shelves with Boulevard beers such as Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale, The Calling IPA, Tell-Tale Tart, and Ginger Lemon Radler. Kegs and cases will start rolling out in Connecticut in late July. Consumers can visit Boulevard’s website or social media outlets to learn about local launch events.

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