Yuengling Iconic Eagle Packaging Now Available in Indiana

imageFrom Yuengling:

Pottsville, PA, April 3, 2017 – D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc., America’s Oldest Brewery, starts rolling out its new iconic eagle packaging in Indiana this week. Yuengling began selling its draft beer in March.

D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. is a fifth generation, American owned and family operated company that started in Pottsville, PA in 1829.

“As America's Oldest Brewery, we're excited and proud to have the opportunity to expand into Indiana.” said Richard "Dick" Yuengling, President & Owner of D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. “Our continued success and growth is a tribute to our loyal fans and supporters, as well as the hard work and dedication of our employees and wholesalers.”

Indiana is the twentieth state to distribute Yuengling products and is the first to rollout new iconic eagle packaging for its three core brands:

  • Yuengling Traditional Lager: a rich amber lager with well-balanced taste and distinct character, this flagship beer delivers the quality and taste that rivals any craft beer today at an affordable price;
  • Yuengling Light Lager: a 99 calorie offering with the full-bodied, gratifying flavor akin to the flagship Traditional Lager;
  • Yuengling Black & Tan: a satisfyingly smooth blend of dark-brewed Porter and a regional favorite, Premium beer.

Yuengling is proud to announce their three wholesaler partners chosen to distribute the Yuengling portfolio in Indiana: Monarch Beverage, Indiana Beverage and Five Star Distributing.

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