SAN DIEGO — The Fat Cat Beer Company, makers of “sessionable,” handcrafted beer in cans, announced it received its California distributor and importer’s license and has started selling its products throughout the state.
After achieving significant traction in Florida, Georgia and Virginia, the San Diego-based company that brews its beers in Wisconsin now brings their beer to its own backyard.
“We work closely with our distributors in our core business markets and really provide most of the brand building infrastructure. After speaking with some CA distributors, we believed our brands, at least at this juncture, would be best served by our own people. Given that we are a San Diego-based business, this decision will enable us to proactively impact how we grow. It will also allow us to determine how we forge the relationships with our growing list of customers,” said Bruce Taub, President of The Fat Cat Beer Company. “We have a dedicated team of account managers who are extremely customer service oriented. They are placing our beers in some of the most popular places in San Diego with more than 80 accounts opened in less than 60 days. Be on the lookout for the Fat Cat beer truck around town!”
For a complete up-to-date list of Fat Cat beer customers, please visit our beer locator page and check the map on the website here: http://fatcatbeers.com/Find.html.
The Fat Cat Beer Company currently offers five distinctly different craft beers, including its Fat Cat™ Lager, Sultans of Wheat™, Shawshank’s Injunction™ Pale Ale, Beale St™ Brown Ale and Confession™ IPA.
About The Fat Cat Beer Company, LLC
The Fat Cat Beer Company, LLC is known for providing iconically packaged, handcrafted session beers that are complex in nature, but smooth in taste. Fat Cat beers are brewed under its proprietary statements of process and tested for quality assurance. Its Vienna Lager was the first craft beer in a can when it debuted in 1994. The beers are currently available in five states, including Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Virginia and California.