Revision Brewing Adding North Carolina Distribution In 2017

imageFrom Revision Brewing:

Last week Revision Brewing Company’s CEO/Brewmaster, Jeremy Warren and Distribution Manager, Ken Foster, flew to the Southeast to sign a distribution agreement in North Carolina with Mutual Distributing Company. Mutual has committed to distribute Revision Brewing Company’s products shortly after the Northern Nevada brewery launches in 2017.



Mutual Distributing Company is a wholesale beer and wine distributor servicing the entire state of North Carolina. With over 600 employees and seven full-service branch offices throughout the state, Mutual is committed to providing quality products and exceptional customer service.



Mutual Distributing Company did a quality job with distributing beers from Brewmaster, Jeremy Warren’s former brewery, therefore, the choice to partner with Mutual seemed like a no brainer. “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to partner with Revision Brewing and we look forward to introducing their beers to the state of North Carolina,” said Michael Hayek, Statewide Beer Division Manager at Mutual Distributing Company.



Revision Brewing Company is a new brewery located in Sparks, Nevada that is estimated to open to the public in January of 2017. Due to the demand for Brewmaster, Jeremy Warren’s style of IPAs, the brewery will launch with his hop-forward beers in the limelight, however, their portfolio will also integrate seasonal and unique one-off beers. Additionally, Revision plans on adding barrel aged and sour beers within the first year.

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