No-Li Brewhouse Pulling Out of Oregon Distribution

imageFrom No-Li Brewhouse:

Due to a surge in demand for No-Li beers in their local market, the brewery has decided to strategically pull out of the Oregon markets beginning in Aug.

“We had to make a tough and gut-wrenching decision to adjust the allocation plan to better serve Spokane and communities closer to home,” says No-Li founder and owner John Bryant.

“We want to thank all the beer enthusiasts who enjoy and support No-Li so much that we’ve been sold out of beer. It made us pause and appreciate the communities across the Pacific Northwest that support No-Li, community and the craft beer movement.”

No-Li will stop shipments into the Oregon market by August 1. This doesn’t mean, however, that the brewery won’t return in the future.

“We want to make sure that we provide a consistent supply of hand-crafted batches and brews to every customer,” says Bryant. “In short, we are very thankful and continue to pursue the hometown vision and cause of a craft beer culture and economy. It’s hard to leave Oregon — we know there are a lot of No-Li fans down there, too — and we want to come back when we can. We spent a lot of time and energy learning and being a part of the Oregon communities.”

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