(OR) Firestone Walker Brewing expands into Southern Oregon

image Southern Oregon - Word has traveled forth from California that Firestone Walker with the success they have had in Washington and Northern Oregon, will be expanding to cover more of Oregon.

Partnering with Beverage Distributor, Western Beverage; you can expect to see bottles and pints of Firestone Walker in Eugene, Bend, Burns, Coos Bay, Roseburg, and Klamath.

“We’ve had great success already in the Portland market and look forward to bringing our beer to new areas in the rest of Beer Nirvana,” said David Walker, Firestone Walker’s co - proprietor. –source, Firestone Walker

“We are making beer history with partnering up with Firestone Walker and their phenomenal beers.” said Brian Belobradic Western Beverage’s General Manager. –source, Firestone Walker

Starting today, look for bottles of DBA (aka Double Barrel Ale, Pale 31, and Union Jack IPA.

About the Beers

DBA is a British style pale ale partially fermented in a union of oak barrels, a traditional, mid 19th century British brewing method for pale ale.

Pale 31 is a classic California style pale ale.

Union Jack, two-time gold medal winner at the Great American Beer Festival.

In Addition to the highly awarded Firestone beers, the legendary beers of Nectar Ales formerly of Humboldt County will also be available. Nectar Ales beers are made with All natural ingredients and packaged with recycled paper with printed soy based inks. They also produce the cult beer Hemp Ale, a very rare brown ale made with all Natural Hemp Seeds that will finally be legally available in Oregon for the first time. –source Firestone Walker

About Firestone Walker

Established in 1996 on California’s Central Coast, Firestone Walker a regional brewery committed to making the world’s best pale ales, Firestone Walker remains the only American brewery to ferment beer in a union of oak barrels. Firestone Walker Brewing Company was named “Mid-Size Brewing Company of The Year” at the 2007 and 2003 Great American Beer Festivals and “Champion Brewery” for the category of Mid-Size Brewing Company at the 2006 and 2004 World Beer Cups.

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