Feb 4, 2014

Lonerider Beer Expands Distribution in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic

Press Release

RALEIGH, N.C. (February 4, 2014) ­ In response to a booming craft beer market and surging demand for their distinctive brews, Lonerider Brewing Company is expanding distribution to Maryland, DC, Tennessee and Virginia over the next two months. With current distribution in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, Lonerider is one of the hottest craft beer brands around, with their brews receiving some of the highest honors from the Great American Beer Festival.

Expansion of distribution will start the beginning of February with the following schedule:

All of Lonerider’s signature beers, including Shotgun Betty Hefeweizen, Sweet Josie Brown Ale, Peacemaker Pale Ale and their Outlawed seasonal beers, will be available at select bars and grocery stores in these locations.

“Beer is one of the ultimate passions, and the enthusiasm our fans have for our craft beers has been overwhelming,” said Sumit Vohra, Lonerider CEO and Chief Drinking Officer. “This opportunity to expand our distribution to a new band of ‘outlaws’ is both exciting and why we do what we do daily, which is brew craft beers with the highest quality ingredients.”

Started in 2009, the Lonerider brewery is based in Raleigh, NC and hosts public tours every other Saturday from 2-7 pm. In addition, they have daily tasting room hours. Visit www.loneriderbeer.com to learn more about their offerings and hours.

About Lonerider
Lonerider opened its doors in Raleigh, North Carolina, on January 23, 2009 with a beer and a dream. Today, Lonerider has 25 employees and is one of the CED’s 25 businesses to watch. With an eye for quality, Lonerider crafted each of its beers with the highest quality ingredients. As a result, Lonerider has a portfolio of award- winning beers, and two of Lonerider’s brews, Sweet Josie and Deadeye Jack, have taken home some of the highest honors from the Great American Beer Festival. For more information visit loneriderbeer.com.