D9 Brewing To Expand Wild Sour Distribution To Washington, D.C.

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D9 Brewing Company is pleased to announce that the innovative award-winning brewery is partnering with Washington, D.C.-based Pekko Beer to distribute its brands to the Capital City. The Cornelius, North Carolina brewery will be launching this market by hosting tap takeover events throughout the city.

“Washington, D.C. is a world-class beer market and we’re honored and excited to add our unique perspective to the mix,” said Andrew Durstewitz, D9 Brewing CEO & Co-Founder. “We’ve spent our first two years developing the science behind our wild fermentation sour program, and now we’re happy to share the fruits of our labor with the Capital.”

D.C. craft beer enthusiasts can expect to see a variety of mixed fermentation sours in bottles and draft. Including multiple editions from their rotational series’ such as Systema Naturae, Defying Gravity and Wild Things. Consumers can also expect to see many of D9’s year-round offerings.

“The Mid-Atlantic region has proven itself to be a hotbed for craft breweries in the past decade with DC at the heart of its consumer base. D9’s lab program and their considerate use of local ingredients are elements of successful breweries that we rarely see at their age. We are incredibly happy to bring D9 and their program of Taming Wild Beasts into the DC area!” –Charles Nitze, Pekko Beer

D9 BREWING LAUNCH EVENTS Wednesday 4/26 Pizzeria Paradiso 6-9pm Thursday 4/27 Buffalo Billiards 5-8pm Thursday 4/27 Meridian Pint 5-8pm Friday 4/28 City Taphouse 6-9pm

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