(Salt Lake City, UT) – Epic Brewing Co. announced two new beer releases and Wisconsin expansion this week. More below…
Epic Brewing is happy to announce its expansion into the Wisconsin market with a line of 36 beers. Distribution will be handled by River City Distributing, based in Watertown, WI and will encompass the entire state.
The Wisconsin launch will take place over the course of several days, from Monday, January 13th through Thursday, January 16th and include a series of tasting events. Epic’s Co-Founders, David Cole, and Peter Erickson along with National Sales Manager, Michael Malachowski, and Mid-West Sales Representative Molly Swanston will be in attendance at the events.
“We are very excited to become part of Wisconsin’s beer culture.” said Michael Malachowski, “A lot of people have been asking when Epic would be available and now that our Denver brewery is producing its finally time.”
On Monday, January 13th, Dexter’s Pub in Madison will host a “Meet Epic Brewing” event from 4:00-6:00pm featuring Epic’s beer on draught and the opportunity to meet the Co-Founders and sales team. Tastings will continue at Cooper’s Pub from 6:00-8:30pm.
Wednesday, January 15th, Discount Liquor – Waukesha will host a tasting from 3:00-5:00pm. Ray’s Liquor – Milwaukee will be sampling the beers in their tasting room at 6:00pm and Stubby’s Gastro Grub – Milwaukee will begin tapping at 8:00pm.
On Thursday, January 16th, Three Cellars Beer Club – Franklin will feature Epic’s beer at a release party from 5:00-8:00pm and Sugar Maple – Milwaukee will tap a selection of beer from 8:30 – 11:00pm.
“The mid-west is well known for its love of beer and Epic has been met with excitement and enthusiasm.” said Co-Founder, David Cole, “We are looking forward to working with River City Distributing and meeting new members of the craft beer community.”
A relative of Elder Brett, this wise old beer shows off lots of herbal funk. Brewed with rosemary, sage and thyme then aged in old Brainless on Peaches casks with Brettanomyces yeast. Flavors of tropical citrus mix with chardonnay notes and a funky, slightly tart finish.
Only available at the Salt Lake City and Denver breweries.
Santa Cruz Brown Ale is back for early spring. The initial releases of this dark, hoppy beer will feature Cascade, Centennial and Nugget hops in the boil as well as a generous addition of whole leaf Apollo hops in the hop back and even more Centennial and Apollo as a dry hop addition.