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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for June 14, 2018

June 14, 2018

•Stockton, California-based High Water Brewing has launched a coffee-infused variant of its Campfire Stout. The beer is made from a blend of High Water’s original Campfire Stout and locally sourced, cold-press coffee from Trail Coffee Roasters. The coffee infused Campfire Stout is now available on the West Coast and will roll out to the Eastern part of High Water’s distribution footprint throughout the rest of the year on draft and in 22-ounce bottles. High Water’s beers are available in California, Nevada, Washington, Hawaii, Alaska, New York, Florida, Vermont, Arizona, Michigan, Montana, and Massachusetts.

•Wyoming Whiskey is set to launch Steamboat Special Edition Straight Bourbon later this month. Rolling out June 22 exclusively in Wyoming, the 45%-abv whiskey is made from locally sourced grains and has a lighter, sweeter profile than existing Wyoming whiskies, according to the distiller. The Bourbon will retail for $45 a 750-ml. and will be packaged in a canister featuring an image of a legendary early 1900s bucking Bronco named Steamboat. 1,000 cases of Wyoming Whiskey’s Steamboat Special Edition will be released.

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