It’s been a while since I posted to welcome a new brewery to Ohio, but today I noticed something juicy when perusing the list of beer and wine products approved for sale in our great state – Upland Brewing Company Incorporated has eight beers listed! From my experience, this can only mean the brewery is set for their first foray into the Ohio marketplace. I’m sure we’ll be happy to welcome them with open arms and full pint glasses.
Upland is Indiana’s second largest brewery. They have been cranking out fantastic brews in Bloomington since 1997, and are well known in beer geek circles for their Lambic program. They currently distribute their beer in southern Wisconsin and Northern Kentucky as well as Indiana. They recently expanded to a 37,000 square foot facility which no doubt increased capacity to allow for this territorial expansion. Here are the beers you can look forward to, with more possibly joining as the rollout progresses:
- Wheat Ale
- Rad Red Amber Ale
- Bad Elmer’s Porter
- Komodo Dragon Fly Black IPA
- Schwarz Black Lager
- Double Dragonfly Imperial IPA
- Teddy Bear Kisses Imperial Stout
- Helios Pale Ale
Please note, this information was discovered by me personally – this wasn’t a press release and I have yet to learn who will be handling distribution. Hopefully we’ll have official word soon, but this news excited me and I wanted to share it. I’m very psyched to have yet another great brewery on Ohio shelves and tap lists! Cheers!
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