Left Hand Brewing Adds Portland OR Distribution

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LONGMONT, CO - 31 January 2017 – Get ready to #PourHard Oregon! Left Hand Brewing Co. has partnered with GDI (General Distributors Inc.) to bring America’s original nitro stout in the bottle, Milk Stout Nitro, to the Oregon beer community this March. Left Hand plans to feature a number of the brewery’s 28x Great American Beer Festival medal winning portfolio to the greater Portland area. “We couldn’t be more excited to introduce Left Hand Brewing to Portland!,” states Steve “Tiny” Irwin, COO at GDI. “Their world class lineup is a perfect fit for the GDI portfolio and has been eagerly anticipated for years.”  The development will be an extension of Left Hand’s continued West Coast expansion, recently opening Alaska, N. Idaho, S. California, Nevada, and W. Canada in the last two years, increasing the brewery’s U.S. footprint to 40 states.

General Distributors Inc. plans to offer Left Hand’s year round line-up, seasonal and limited packages, including their famous Nitro lineup, and fan favorites: Milk Stout & Milk Stout Nitro, Good Juju, Polestar Pilsner, and Fade to Black. “Anybody that is lucky enough to have been able to visit Oregon realizes, that much like Colorado, it is one of the top craft beer destinations in the world.  We are super excited and humbled to be able to offer our beer to the great folks of the Greater Portland Community” shares Jason Ingram, National Sales Director of LHBC. Left Hand Brewing will kick-off their arrival to greater Portland area in early March, with a series of kick off events. Event details will be posted at lefthandbrewing.com/blog.

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