Kona Brewing Co. was founded in 1994 by the father and son team of Cameron Healy and Spoon Khalsa, who fell in love with Hawaii and dreamed of crafting fresh, local brews that would embody the spirit and culture of the Hawaiian people. Nearly 25 years later, Kona’s island-inspired beers are enjoyed across all 50 U.S. states and more than 30 countries, and the brand remains deeply rooted in its birthplace of Kailua-Kona where it continues to support diverse cultural, environmental, and community causes that preserve Hawaii's precious natural resources. In 2019, Kona will open its new state-of-the-art 100,000-barrel brewery in its home of Kailua-Kona. The new brewery, which will be one of the most sustainable breweries in the world, will enable Kona to meet local demand for its island-inspired beers, including best-selling flagships Big Wave Golden Ale and Longboard Island Lager. For more information, visit www.konabrewingco.com.
Omission Brewing was founded in 2012 by Brewmaster Joe Casey, who made it his mission to brew a beer that he and his wife, who is gluten-sensitive, could drink together. Through this, Joe created Omission, a gluten-removed beer made with traditional brewing ingredients. Omission's award-winning portfolio includes Pale Ale, Lager and India Pale Ale. In 2017, Omission launched Ultimate Light Golden Ale, a refreshing and flavorful 99-calorie, 5-carb, gluten-removed beer. All the beers in Omission’s portfolio are held to the highest standards, and each batch is tested to ensure that its gluten content is below 20 ppm (parts per million), with test results posted on Omission’s website for transparency. For more information, visit www.omissionbeer.com.
Kurt and Rob Widmer founded Widmer Brothers Brewing in 1984 in a former mattress factory located in what is now the Pearl district in Portland, OR. Inspired by their German heritage, the first two beers they brewed were Altbier and Weizenbier. When a loyal local account requested a third beer, and with no way to increase tank space at their brewery, the brothers left their Weizenbier unfiltered, thinking it was a simple, one-time solution. Not so. The cloudy wheat beer, poured into a distinctive pilsner glass and garnished with a lemon, was about to become the Original American Hefeweizen. Today, Hefe remains Oregon’s top-selling craft beer for its distinctive great taste and hazy appearance, and the beer continues to win awards, including nine medals from the Great American Beer Festival. For more information visit www.widmerbrothers.com.
Redhook was born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1980s in the heart of Seattle. While the term “craft beer” didn’t exist at the time, Redhook became one of America’s first craft breweries with its focus on creating a better beer. From a modest start in a former transmission shop in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard,to a Fremont trolley barn that housed The Trolleyman brewpub, to its current brewery in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Redhook is one of America’s most recognized craft breweries. Redhook’s year-round portfolio includes Long Hammer IPA, Bicoastal IPA, and flagship Big Ballard IPA, a bold and assertive IPA first brewed in the late 80s as an homage to the brewery’s original stomping grounds. Redhook's Brewlab, an experimental 10-barrel brewery and pub, opened in 2017 in Capitol Hill and was named Best Brewery, Best Bar and Best Happy Hour in Seattle Weekly in 2018. For more information, visit www.redhook.com.
Located near Cisco Beach on the island of Nantucket, Cisco Brewers is Nantucket's first craft brewery. Founded by hard-working, entrepreneurial islanders who started selling beer from their outdoor brewery in 1995, Cisco has carved out its own special place where they tough out winters to celebrate summers. Over the years, Cisco's Nantucket location has become a top travel destination and a common ground where people from all walks of life connect over classic and approachable craft beers like flagship Whale's Tale Pale Ale, Grey Lady, Indie IPA, Shark Tracker, and Sankaty Light Lager. In addition to its Nantucket location, Cisco also operates a brewpub in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.) For more information, visit www.ciscobrewers.com.
Nestled in the High Country of North Carolina, Appalachian Mountain Brewery is Boone, North Carolina's Beer Pioneer. Founded in 2013, the brewery is dedicated to making seriously delicious craft beer with a focus on community, sustainability, and philanthropy. AMB has earned multiple awards for its distinctive craft beers and ciders, including three medals from the Great American Beer Festival, the largest beer competition in the world. The brewery's core portfolio includes beers that celebrate AMB's North Carolina home, such as Boone Creek Blonde, named for the creek behind the brewery, and flagship Long Leaf IPA, which takes its name from the North Carolina State Toast. For more information, visit www.amb.beer.
Wynwood Brewing Co. is Miami's first craft production brewery. Founded by Luis Brignoni and his father Luis “Pops” Brignoni Sr., Wynwood is deeply rooted in its founders' Puerto Rican heritage and namesake neighborhood, the vibrant, graffiti-filled Wynwood Arts District. Wynwood's beer portfolio draws inspiration from its family and location within Miami's thriving art hub, with limited-edition beers regularly featuring custom artwork designed by local and international artists. The brewery's year-round portfolio includes best-selling flagship La Rubia Blonde Ale, a crisp and flavorful ale made for hot Miami weather, Laces IPA, and Pop’s Porter, which won a Gold medal at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival. For more information, visit www.wynwoodbrewing.com.
Inspired by the pioneering spirit of those who traveled the Oregon Trail in the pursuit of a dream, we offer Square Mile Hard Cider. We set out to reinvigorate a classic American beverage with a blend of apples hand-selected for the perfect balance of sweet and tart. Our hard cider pays homage to the fortitude and perseverance of the original pioneers. For more information on Square Mile Cider, please visit www.squaremilecider.com.