Monday, 12 July 2010 10:04
Nebraska Brewing Company Begins Pennsylvania DistributionWritten by Erin Peters
Papillion, NE (July 2010) - Nebraska Brewing Company has signed a distribution agreement with Shangy's , Inc. On and off premise retailers in the State of Pennsylvania are now able to order and serve Nebraska Brewing Company's product suite of draft and bottled Reserve Series Craft Beers.
Paul Kavulak, President of Nebraska Brewing Company stated: "The inclusion of the Pennsylvania market continues our expansion into some of the best and most mature Craft Beer areas in the United States." "Shangy's is recognized as the Craft Beer leader in the Pennsylvania market and they represent some of the best beers sold there. We're thrilled to be listed among those brands."
Distribution will begin immediately and will launch with Nebraska Brewing Company's Reserve Series and will quickly expand to distribution of draft beers.
"We couldn't be more delighted to represent Nebraska Brewing Company brands for Eastern, Pennsylvania. They are the very essence of why we began distributing strictly craft beers since 1980. Truly craft, truly distinctive, truly handbrewed!", said Nima Hadian, General Manager of Shangy's.
Paul and Kim Kavulak co-founded Nebraska Brewing Company in November of 2007. Since that time, Nebraska Brewing Company has established itself as a Midwest Innovator of quality Craft Beers and artisanal Barrel-Aged Products. Building on a reputation for quality, flavor, and creativity, Nebraska Brewing Company strives to be a stand-out in an ever growing field.
Nebraska Brewing Company is proud to be a locally owned and locally operated brewpub in Papillion, Nebraska. Small, independent, and pushing the envelope.
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