Cigar City Brewing Announces Colorado Distribution

imageFrom Cigar City:

Tampa, Florida’s Cigar City Brewing is proud to announce the addition of Colorado to the brewery’s distribution network.  This is the fourth new state to receive deliveries of Cigar City Brewing’s award-winning beer in 2017.  CCB will be partnering with numerous distribution partners to cover the state including RMC Distributors, Coors Distributing Company, High Country Beverage and Mountain Beverage Co. Twelve-ounce cans of Jai Alai IPA, Maduro Brown Ale, Florida Cracker Belgian-style White Ale, Invasion Pale Ale and Tampa-style Lager can currently be found in this new market. Special draft releases for the launch will include Marshal Zhukov’s Penultimate Push and Margarita Gose.



Market launch events will be taking place across Colorado from May 15th thru May 18th with numerous Cigar City Brewing representatives present, including Cigar City Brewing’s Brewmaster Wayne Wambles, COO Justin Clark, El Lector Neil Callaghan, and Brand Manager Lucas Widrick. These events will be incredible opportunities for Colorado’s craft beer fans to enjoy some of the first CCB beer to be shipped to the state and to learn about

Cigar City Brewing’s brand and its award-winning beer from the people who know it best.

Cigar City Brewing’s beer, including award-winning Jai Alai IPA, is now available in ten states encompassing Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Colorado.  Cigar City Brewing’s ales and lagers are also exported to Denmark.

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  1. Makes total sense since Cigar City is owned (so to say) by Oskar Blues.

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