Landmark Beer Co.
We are wondering how many [if...] wholesalers
come to this site and look for Craft Brewed Beers [or contacts....]
for possible distribution????
Landmark Beer Co.
Originally Posted by frigatebay
Now, that's a start.......one in NY
As a wholesaler I would guess the main reason for not many is that there is not an issue with getting in contact with craft brewers but more the issue about which one do you choose. We have at any one time at least 5 craft or imported breweries sending us samples. Remember there are over 550 craft brewers looking for distribution in the US and about the same for Imported breweries. Then the question you have to ask as a wholesaler is which one will sell. the bigger craft ones are being sought out and the smaller ones are looking.
World Class Beverages
Jim is spot on ... we participate here to help move the craft beer industry as a whole forward. We are at a point that our portfolio is pretty much full. We have a few other brewers we'd love to bring to Georgia that fit perfectly into our portfolio and for which our retail customers are asking. Beyond that the best we can do is help new brewers get in touch with other distributors here in the state. There is plenty of room for more great craft beer in Georgia, that's for sure.
Last edited by dplittle; 08-24-2009 at 07:32 AM. Reason: adding title
We are a Texas wine importer and wholesaler but now in 2010 have a Texas beer distribution license and we are looking to work with brewers to distribute thier brands.
9595 Six Pines Dr - Suite 8210
The Woodlands, Tx 77380
832 631 6285
I log on to check things out. I own and operate a small craft brewery in Little Rock AR. Some products that breweries make, aren't always a good fit, for distributers to move and sell quickly. I produce Ales in a three barrel batch system. The ales are double brewed, Then pasteurized. the finished product ages well, and after two years , unrefrigerated on the shelf, is perfect for sipping. http://wwwrefinedale.com
how do you pasteurize?Originally Posted by REFINED ALE
I do as well....Originally Posted by Fred Scheer