Devour Brewing Company will introduce limited South Florida distribution beginning in June 2016.
The Boynton Beach brewery, which opened slightly less than a year ago, has signed up with the small and relatively new
They will start with "around ten accounts at the beginning," Devour owner and brewer Chip Breighner said. "I want to keep it small and grow from there."
Fruity Loops Blonde ale and Mosaic to My Ears IPA will be the first two beers heading out the door to retailers.
certified cicerone, and former craft and specialty import manager at Gold Coast Beverage. The company currently holds distribution rights for Hollywood Brewing Company.
The signing of a distribution agreement comes close on the heels of the brewery turning a year old, and will be active by the time it heads over to Tampa for the Beer Camp Across America festival.
Devour Brewing is located at 1500 SW 30th Ave., #4, Boynton Beach. Call 561-806-6011, or visit devourbrewing.com.
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