Two Roads Brewing to be Distributed in Ontario

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Two Roads Brewing Company of Stratford, CT announced today that the brand will be rolling into the province of Ontario. Draft distribution will begin in June with packaged options becoming available later in the summer. The beer will be distributed through Hamilton based Liquid Art and Supply Company. This is the first Canadian province to carry Two Roads. 

The launch for Ontario will begin the week of June 20 with a series of kick-off events throughout Toronto. This is the second time that Two Roads will be distributed outside of the United States, as it is also distributed in the United Kingdom. 

“We are extremely excited to announce that we will be expanding our distribution footprint to Ontario," said Meghan Zachry, Two Roads Director of Sales. "When the opportunity presented itself, we jumped at the chance to partner with Liquid Art & Supply Company. Their passion and knowledge for craft beer is a perfect match for our road less traveled philosophy.”

Zachry also added, “The Canadian market has a very strong craft beer scene and we are pleased to be able to share our beer with Canadian consumers.”

Two Roads Brewing Company was founded in 2012 by four friends who dreamed for years of starting a craft brewery. The company they created fosters a “road less traveled” philosophy in the beers they make and how they make them. In that spirit, Phil Markowski, their award-winning Master Brewer and 28-year craft beer veteran, has created an extensive lineup that takes a unique twist on classic beer styles.

Matt Johnston, CEO and co-founder of Liquid Art and Supply Company added, “The quality, craftsmanship, and diversity of products that Two Roads is about to bring to the Canadian market is beyond excellent. We’re very excited to be representing them."

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