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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for July 18, 2018

July 18, 2018

•Copper & Kings American Brandy Co. has launched Geogr&phy Bi-Continental Brandewijn ($50), a new limited release. The 54%-abv offering is a blend of copper pot-distilled American and South African brandies (51%/49% respectively) aged an extra two years in ex-Bourbon barrels. The spirit is bottled without flavor additives or chill-filtering. Geogr&phy Bi-Continental Brandewijn is now available at the Copper & Kings distillery in Louisville, Kentucky and in select retail locations throughout the company’s distribution footprint. In January, Constellation Brands took a minority share in Copper & Kings.

•Inglewood, California-based Three Weavers Brewing has joined the Canarchy collective of craft brewers. Founded in 2013, Three Weavers’ core lineup includes Seafarer Kolsch-Style Ale, Deep Roots ESB, Stateside Session IPA, Expatriate IPA, Knotty Double IPA, and Midnight Flight Imperial Stout. Canarchy, which is backed by Fireman Capital Partners, now has a roster of seven breweries stretching across California, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, and Utah. In addition to Three Weavers, Canarchy added Dallas-based Deep Ellum to its portfolio last month. The collective also includes Oskar Blues, Cigar City, Perrin, Squatters, and Wasatch. Volume totaled 350,000 barrels last year.

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