Revision Brewing Adds Idaho and Australia Distribution

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SPARKS, NV. (June 26, 2017) – What do Idaho and Australia have in common? Revision Brewing Company of course!

Things are moving at a rapid pace for the new IPA-focused brewing company out of Northern Nevada. By the end of June, Revision Brewing Company is proud to announce that they will be sending product to both Northwest Specialty Beverage based out of Idaho and also to Redwood Distribution which is based out of Australia. 

Northwest Specialty Beverage, one of Revision Brewing Company’s two newest distribution houses, is located in Boise, Idaho. The owner/CEO of Northwest Specialty Beverage, Grant Core seeks brands out that he feels would be a good fit for his company. Core’s dedication to craft beer and offering quality products to Idahoans was apparent when he traveled to Revision Brewing Company’s Grand Opening Party in Sparks, Nevada to express his interest in the brand in person.

The other new addition to Revision Brewing Company’s distribution network is Redwood Distribution. Located in Victoria, Australia, Redwood Distribution is a husband-and-wife-owned boutique craft beer importer and wholesale distributor. Redwood Distribution pursues a diverse selection of award-winning breweries to populate their craft beer portfolio. Revision Brewing Company is the second brewing company that Brewmaster Jeremy Warren has founded that Redwood Distribution has reached out to in hopes of securing the distribution rights in Australia.

Adding both Idaho and Australia to Revision’s distribution footprint is most definitely an exciting opportunity especially when one considers that Revision Brewing Company only recently began beer production in March of 2017. Those quick to the draw in Idaho and Australia will now have access to Revision’s deliciously danky IPAs!

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