We are thrilled to unveil our new package redesign, the brewery’s first packaging update since launching its signature 16oz six packs in 2011.
“We have been working on redesigning our cans to give our brewery more continuity across its brands for the last few months,’ says CEO Brian England. ‘The cans still feature our signature outdoor artwork, showing off our mountain town roots, but have a more modern feel then our previous designs.”
The cans will be trickling into the market as older can inventory is sold through.
“We are also pumped to announce that our Grapefruit Yanker IPA and our Raspberry Wheat will be officially moved from seasonal/limited releases into our core year-round portfolio.‘ Says England. ‘These beers have preformed exceptionally well over the past few years and we are excited to have them available year-round.”
Eddyline has seen explosive growth over the past year growing from 11,200 bbls in 2017 to an estimated 15,500 bbls in 2018, an impressive 35% growth rate in a craft beer market that is growing at less than 5% a year according to industry numbers.
This will make Eddyline the next regional brewery in Colorado according to the Brewers Association, and will most likely make it one of the 15 largest breweries in the state. With over 95% of its sales coming from its home market here in Colorado.
“We are proud to show such great growth numbers while maintaining an extremely tight distribution footprint of just Colorado and New Mexico.’ Says England. “Our team and distributors are doing a great job, and we are looking forward to more growth in 2019 with our new cans and portfolio of delicious craft beers.”
For information, samples, or interviews contact Marketing Director Sheila Bustamante at Sheila@eddylinebrewing.com
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