Arizona’s largest brewery will soon venture outside of the state for the first time in its 20-year history.
Four Peaks Brewing Company will expand its distribution outside of Arizona to southern Nevada in July.
The planning of the move was announced in April, but it didn’t have a set date of when it was supposed to first be available in Nevada.
Starting July 11, Las Vegas and the surrounding area will be the first spots outside of Arizona to welcome the award-winning Scottish-style Ale Kilt Lifter, Hop Knot IPA and Peach Ale into its bars, restaurants, casinos, grocery chains and convenience stores.
Plans for expansion of other Four Peaks brands to the Las Vegas market are in the works.
“We are really excited to expand our distribution and reach fans who are familiar with our beer while having the opportunity to reach a new segment of beer fans that come and travel to Las Vegas from all over the world,” said Vice President of Sales Ted Golden. “We are proud of our beer and are excited to share it with a new and growing fan base.”
Four Peaks Brewing Company was founded in Tempe, Arizona, in 1996, and quickly became one of the more popular brewing companies in the state. It was named “The Best Craft Brewery in America” by Thrillist, which is America’s favorite craft brewery on the Travel Channel.
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