Mother Earth Brew Company announces part of their upcoming plans for their 10th anniversary.

Mother Earth Brew Company announces part of their upcoming plans for their 10th anniversary.

Press Release

Vista, CA and Nampa, ID – April 22, 2019. Mother Earth Brew Co. turns 9 on May 1st. To celebrate their near decade of success, they’ll once again be releasing their highly anticipated annual Anniversary beer, ‘Big Mother’ Triple India Pale Ale in 16 oz cans and on draft across the country.

Big Mother has been a legacy brand since Mother Earth was founded, initially as a draft only offering, then adding 22oz bottles and finally evolving its way into 16 oz cans starting in 2018 and available now for the second year in a row to its nationwide network of distribution partners.

“The original concept for Big Mother was to brew a beer that would not only help ring in our business’s birthday, but also act as a metaphor for the growth we have achieved and ways we have evolved as a brand and business year over year. Almost a decade of ‘Big Mother’ later, just like us Big Mother has grown and evolved over time although you can always expect the same level of quality and consistency you’ve come to expect from Mother Earth. We are proud to say that Big Mother represents our ethos as a whole.”

– Kamron Khannakhjavani, Co-Founder/Director of Marketing

In addition to the release and distribution of Big Mother across the nation, Mother Earth will be hosting anniversary events at their Vista, CA and Nampa, ID tasting rooms featuring rare beers, entertainment, and of course first access to Big Mother cans and draft.

About Mother Earth Brewing Company

Founded in 2010 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 over 70,000 sq. ft., Mother Earth Brew Co. maintains our 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.