CraftHaus Brewery Adding Cans

From CraftHaus:

Join us for our Fresh New Can launch at one of our favorite spots Atomic Liquors Get there before the sun goes down to see glitter in "Glitter Bomb" tapping at 4pm. Yes, there is real glitter in Centerpiece, sour table beer!

CraftHaus Brewery fills out their portfolio of canned beers by adding two more styles to their line-up. Belgard, a coffee stout, which features locally roasted coffee and Centerpiece, a sour Belgian table beer join their already established canned offerings: Evocation, Saison and Resinate, IPA.

CraftHaus Brewery has seen over seventy percent growth in 2016 and adding more package options aims to answer that demand.  “Our local market is growing right along with us. We love to see their pallets change and evolve. This is why we chose to offer a seasonal sour.” Wyndee Forrest, Co-Owner.

Distribution has already rolled out to Clark County, with many locations on the Las Vegas Strip.  “Now, visitors can request a local, craft beer and have much more options.” Dave Forrest, Co-Owner. Distribution, in partnership with Bonanza Beverage, has always been locally focused. This includes the diverse make up of forty million annual visitors to Las Vegas.

The addition of Belgard, coffee stout fills in the need for a malt forward beer. This beer also echoes a commitment to support local by utilizing a locally roasted coffee from Vest Coffee Roasters. Packaging has been changed from sixteen-ounce format to twelve-ounce format.  Centerpiece is a soured beer, which will be available during the fall and winter.  Then, the seasonal sour will transition to Zitrone, Gose for the spring and summer months.

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