Fort Collins Brewery Increases Distributon Into Casper, Wyoming

imageFrom Fort Collins:

Fort Collins, COFort Collins Brewery (FCB) is excited to announce a partnership with Western Distributing.  “FCB has an excellent array of amazing beers that our friends and families love and we’re excited to share that with the great people of Casper,” said Western Distributing President Kirk Klungness.

         This will be the brewery’s first entry point into Wyoming.  “While looking to introduce our beers into Wyoming, we sought out numerous potential distribution partners. From the first moment, it was clear that we would forge a strong relationship with Western Distributing,” said FCB Brand Ambassador Josh Hall. “With their obvious dedication & passion to bringing delicious craft beer to the Casper area, Western was a sure fit to achieve that common goal.”

         Participating bars, restaurants and liquor stores in Casper, Wyoming can expect to find FCB brews mid-month. On deck will be the brewery’s core four year round lineup: Red Banshee (a red alt ale), Far Away IPA, Shot Down Chocolate Stout, and Major Tom’s Pomegranate Wheat. Want to try all of the core four? Liquor store placements will carry FCB’s Brewer’s Lunchbox, a 12-pack variety that is lighter in weight and perfect for any on-the-go Wyoming adventure.

         A few of the brewery’s popular seasonals will also be in market including Peaches and Barley, a Belgian-Style Peach Saison that is bursting with flavors of peaches, apricots, ginger, black pepper and sweet orange peel, and FCB’s pride and joy, the 2015 GABF® Gold Medal winning Oktoberfest.

         To learn more about Fort Collins Brewery’s distribution footprint, visit
www.FortCollinsBrewery.com/find-fcb-brew/.

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