CARMEL, IN – Danny Boy Beer Works, a fast-growing Indiana craft brewery, has begun distributing its line of craft beers in cans to the state of Michigan. Prior to this week, the cans were only available in Indiana.
The initial distribution area will be in St. Clair County, Michigan, where Port Huron is the county seat. The cans are currently being sold at select retail outlets through a local distributor. The beer will be familiar to craft brew fans as Danny Boy began distributing its beer on tap last summer.
“We are excited to expand our line of cans into Michigan, but we are still a very small brewery focused on quality beers and innovative recipes,” said Kevin Paul, co-founder and owner of Danny Boy and its sister establishment, the Brockway Public House, both located in Carmel.
The first batch of cans to arrive in Michigan included: Training Day, American Pale AleMiss Ginger Witte, Urban WheatRock n Rolla, Imperial IPA Mac Daddy, Strong Scottish Ale. The cans come in 16-ounce 4-packs. The beer is being distributed through Gerry’s Distributing in Port Huron, MI. Retailers in Indiana can order cans through Danny Boy distributors Monarch Beverage of Indianapolis, Indiana Beverage of Valparaiso and Five Star Distributing of Columbia City.
For more information on Danny Boy Beer Works visit http://www.dannyboybeerworks.com/ or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DannyBoyBeer