The company, based in Downingtown, Pa., plans to launch in Nevada on September 20. The state will be the 35th in Victory’s distribution footprint.
“Nevada has a huge craft beer culture,” Steve German, Victory’s vice president of sales and marketing said in a press release. “We’ve had many requests to bring our beer to the area and are extremely excited we can finally oblige.”
Victory will first hit the new market with its core and seasonal offerings like Golden Monkey, DirtWolf and Prima Pils.
It’s been a busy 2014 for the top-30 craft brewer. Earlier this month, the company announced plans to open a brewpub in Leesburg, Va., the company’s fourth such establishment, but the first outside of its home state. Victory expects the 13,000 sq. ft. location, branded Victory at Courthouse Square, to open during the second quarter of 2016.
In February, Victory began brewing at its new $50 million brewery in Parkesburg, Pa. Sitting on 42 acres of land, the company’s secondary brewing location will ultimately be capable of producing more than 500,000 barrels of beer per year.
Victory produced 102,973 barrels in 2013 and is anticipating production growth of at least 10 percent this year, the company told Brewbound in February.