Stillwater Artisanal Ales to “almost quadruple” production this year

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Correction: Classique will be the beer in cans, not Premium. Classique is a similar beer, just tweaked without Brett.

(Stratford, CT) – With a new production agreement in place at the new Two Roads Brewing facility in Connecticut, Stillwater Artisanal Ales is set to produce more beer than it ever has before…growing nearly fourfold.

Stillwater founder, Brian Strumke, recently shared the news on the Under My Host podcast but did not elaborate on what that means for distribution.

Two Roads, which produces its own brand but largely produces beers for other breweries, can brew beer in 100-barrel batches.

According to Strumke, the arrangement has led to a lowering in prices across the board and will soon result in the addition of Stillwater Premium in cans by the start of summer.

He also noted that Cellar Door is his #1 selling beer.

Among others, Two Roads has also signed and is producing beer for Twelve Percent Imports labelmate, Evil Twin Brewing.

Two Roads opened in 2012.

4 thoughts on “Stillwater Artisanal Ales to “almost quadruple” production this year

  1. I’ll believe the price-lowering thing when I see it. If that doesn’t happen, you’ll just have “almost quadruple” the amount of Stillwater beers sitting on the shelves.

  2. Moose, the price lowering has begun, at least in NYC. Stateside 4 packs are retailing for $16; 750s used to be $13. (Prices are generally inflated here)

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