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Arcadia logoArcadia Ales

Established in 1996 in Battle Creek, MI, Arcadia continues to carve out its niche in the craft beer community with world-class, medal-winning ales handcrafted with British inspiration on an authentic Peter Austin brick kettle brewing system from England.

Bear Republic logoBear Republic Brewing Co.

Bear Republic were established 1995 in Sonoma County, in the heart of California wine country. Bear Republic beers are brewed and aged following time tested and proven methods. They hand select only the choicest ingredients for each batch. The speciality grains and hops used by Bear Republic have been chosen for their unique characteristics. The recipes and their final formulations were developed over a period of several years. Racer 5 IPA® is one of the most award-winning beers in the USA.

Church Street logoThe Church Street Brewing Company

Located in Itasca, Illinois (just 10 miles west of Chicago), Church Street Brewing Company is a new craft brewery that has quickly grown into a reputable name in the Chicago area. Owners Joe and Lisa Gregor use traditional German brewing methods to craft their wide range of lagers and ales that represent both old and new beer styles of European influence.

Firestone Walker logoFirestone Walker Brewing Company

Firestone Walker were founded in Paso Robles, California in 1996 by Adam Firestone and David Walker. The brewery and their beers have won multiple awards including World Cup Champion Brewery for mid-sized breweries 3 times and Gold Medals at the Great American Beer Fest. In 2015 Firestone Walker merged with Duvel Moortgat.

Founders logoFounders Brewing Co.

Founders Brewing Co., of Grand Rapids MI, have evolved into one of the highest recognised breweries in the United States. They have been ranked in the top breweries in the world by Ratebeer.com for the last five years, and we have several beers listed in the top one hundred beers of the world on Beeradvocate.com. Founders have won six World Beer Cup medals, four European Beer Star medals and three Great American Beer Festival medals—thirteen medals total across eight different beers.

Hales logoHale's Ales Brewery

Based in Seattle, WA, the original vision, in 1983, for Hale’s Ales was to produce world-class ales, by the use of traditional English methods, using locally sourced natural ingredients, and to deliver the finished ales to local beer lovers as absolutely fresh as possible. That vision and mission remains unchanged today. Hale's have made sustainability a real pursuit, using one of the west coast’s largest hybrid solar water heating systems to heat the water in the brewery and obtaining locally-sourced ingredients.

Half Moon Bay logoHalf Moon Bay Brewing Company

For the past several years, Brewmaster James Costa has crafted a wide range of compelling, critically acclaimed beers at the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company in coastal Northern California. The brewery is attached to their highly popular bar and restaurant. The Amber Ale won a bronze medal in the 2012 World Beer Cup, and the Ocho Barril Saison won Best in Show for session beers and the gold medal in the Wood/Smoke Ale category at the California State Fair in June 2013.

Heretic logoHeretic Brewing Co.

Heretic Brewing Company, founded in 2010, is an award winning craft beer brewery in Fairfield, California. "Ordinary beer is boring; don’t drink it. Embrace your inner heretic and join us to push the boundaries of beer flavors. We are crazy about beer and passionate about making it. Wanna be a heretic too? There’s always room for one more."

Hermitage logoHermitage Brewing Co.

Hermitage opened in 2009 in San Jose CA. They are committed to using the best ingredients from around the world, introducing those to twice-filtered water, and creating beer they love to drink, and hope you do, too. Hermitage Brewing Company brews up several series of craft beers that represent our creativity, skill and experience. These craft beers are fun and have a little something for everyone.

Lakefront logoLakefront Brewery, Inc.

Milwaukee's own Lakefront Brewery Inc. started in 1987. The industrious and inventive microbrewery located on the Milwaukee River has become a Milwaukee landmark. Lakefront Brewery has won well over 200 awards in its 28 years of brewing. In 1996 Lakefront became the first certified organic brewery in the USA and made the country's first certified organic beer.

Mother Earth logoMother Earth Brew Co.

Mother Earth Brew Co. was founded in 2008, in San Diego CA, by three passionate brewers. Mother Earth Brew Co. had one goal: to create distinguished, hand crafted beers that stimulate sensory conversation and a desire for the next sip. From a modest garage, to a 2000 plus sq. foot facility, to an additional 6,000 sq. foot Tap House and Homebrew Supply Store, Mother Earth Brew Co. maintains the original goal – to challenge even the most discriminating beer drinker by creating complex, palate-pleasing beers, and to promote the art and science of craft beer making.

North Coast logoNorth Coast Brewing Co.

A pioneer in the Craft Beer movement, North Coast Brewing Company opened in 1988 as a local brewpub in the historic town of Fort Bragg, located on California’s Mendocino Coast. The brewery has developed a strong reputation for quality having won more than 70 awards in national and international competitions. In addition to Red Seal Ale, Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout, Scrimshaw Pilsner, and other fine North Coast brands, the brewery has resurrected the old Acme label with a heritage dating back to the San Francisco of the 1860s.

O'so logoO’so Brewing Co.

O’so Brewing in Plover, Wisconsin is run by husband and wife team Marc and Katina Buttera. They have made a remarkable impression on craft beer lovers nationwide. Committed to support the local economy, O’so strive to work with local companies and use local ingredients when possible and have been described as "The Most 'Wisconsin' Wisconsin Brewer!".

Odell logoOdell Brewing Company

Founded in 1989 in Fort Collins Colorado by husband and wife team Doug and Wynne Odell, Odell Brewing company is now a successful employee-owned brewery business. Odell have won multiple medals for their beers, including 5 Gold Medals for different beers at the Great American Beer Festival. Sustainability plays a critical role in the Odell culture, having the goal of making Odell Brewing Co. a zero-landfill brewery by 2020.

Pine Street logoPine Street Brewery

Beginning life in a small apartment kitchen on Pine St. in San Francisco to create the beer that they wanted to drink, Pine Street Brewery was designed so that their products would be available for many different palates in many different communities. There is a unique Pine Street in almost every area. "Our philosophy is to provide a celebration through ales and togetherness. We are active in the community through volunteer work and partnerships with local charities."

Reubens Brews logoReuben's Brews

A small, family-owned brewery located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, WA. Since opening in 2012, Reuben's Brews have been awarded Gold and Bronze medals at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival and over 30 World Beer Championship medals. "Our brewing philosophy is to brew the best beers we possibly can. We build recipes from scratch from the water up - unconstrained by production limitations or requirements. We do not have a house yeast strain, or a house base grain - because that would constrain our recipe formulation, getting in the way of crafting the perfect pint."

Ruhstaller logoRuhstaller

Captain Frank Ruhstaller was California’s Premier Pioneer Brewer. He embodied the Spirit of California, partnering with local hop and barley farmers to grow the finest ingredients for his beers. 134 years later, Ruhstaller, in Sacramento, remains committed to the Captain’s legacy. Rustaller's beer is made with California hops and barley, grown by farmers they know and trust. When you enjoy a Ruhstaller, you experience the rich, nuanced flavours only California Grown ingredients can deliver.

Santa Fe logoSanta Fe Brewing Company

Founded in 1988, Santa Fe Brewing Company is New Mexico's oldest craft brewery. They have a core flagship range of 8 beers, as well as seasonals, and two limited-quantity, barrel-aged sours. They beleive strongly in sustainability using well water to brew the beer, investing in solar panels, and even recycling old shipping containers to form their tap room.

Scuttlebutt logoScuttlebutt Brewing Company

Founded in Everett, Washington in 1996, Scuttlebutt beers are brewed with the Northwest’s finest ingredients - barley from Vancouver, hops from Yakima and Mabton, a proprietary yeast from Odell, and some of the USA’s finest drinking water from the Spada Reservoir in the Cascade Mountains.

Sierra Nevada logoSierra Nevada Brewing Company

One of the most famous names in American craft brewing, Sierra Nevada was established in 1979 with founders Ken Grossman and Paul Camusi expanding their homebrewing hobby into a brewery in Chico, California. Their first brew - Pale Ale - is considered a classic and serves as an introduction to hoppy beer for many drinkers and is the number one selling craft beer in the USA.

TW Pitchers logoTW Pitchers' Brewing Company

TW Pitchers', from San Fransisco CA, brew small batch shandies by blending craft beer with delicious all natural fruit ingredients. They bring creativity, quality, and depth to a new segment of the beer industry, and do it year round - because why should shandies be limited to just summer? TW Pitchers' shandies are delicious, easy to drink, and not too sweet

Two Beers logoTwo Beers Brewing Co.

Two Beers Brewing Co. began operations in a small Seattle basement in 2007 and today produces 18 unique beers including eight year-round and ten seasonals in its SoDo, Seattle brewery. In 2014 they were voted Seattle Magazine's Best Brewery by readers. The Two Beers motto: "Life is just a little more honest after Two Beers"

Uncommon Brewers logoUncommon Brewers

A community oriented organic microbrewery producing delicious and unique beers in Santa Cruz, CA. Uncommon Brewers use traditional Belgian brewing techniques coupled with cutting-edge innovation to make uncommon beers for uncommon people.