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- Founded in 2012, Comstock Park, MI based Perrin Brewing Company has seen rapid growth in their first few years. Perrin Brewing produced over 14,000 barrels in 2015, a 40% increase over 2014. Perrin is expected to have continued strong growth in 2016, under the Oskar Blues/Perrin ownership team, driven by their first full year of package offerings.
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Perrin Brewing joins Union Beer Distributors to introduce the Perrin line-up to the craft beer scene of New York. Perrin, based in Comstock Park, Michigan will offer year-round core brands, seasonal, and specialty bottles including No Rules, Vietnamese Imperial Porter, Black Ale, Gold Ale, 98 Problems IPA, and Grapefruit IPA.
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This isn’t ‘Nam. This is Perrin. There are No Rules. On Saturday, March 25th Perrin Brewing is set to release the award-winning Vietnamese Imperial Porter “No Rules” at the Perrin Pub.
The Perrin Pub draft offerings are becoming more diverse as this partnership evolves into a new year of creative opportunities among Perrin Brewing Company, Oskar Blues Brewery, and Cigar City Brewing. In addition to the release of the iconic Jai Alai IPA of Cigar City, there the first scheduled batch of Michigan-brewed Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale available draft only on January 28th at Ice Jam Winter Festival and in the Perrin Pub.
Partnership, innovation and celebration are all terms that come to mind when discussing the latest collaboration between Tampa’s Cigar City Brewing and Comstock’s Perrin Brewing Company, a Michigan brewed Jai Alai IPA. Born out of the desire to celebrate this partnership, this brew, overseen by Cigar City’s Brewmaster Wayne Wambles, is scheduled to be released January 28th in the Perrin Pub. This will be the first time Cigar City has served it’s beer in Michigan and will be the one and only batch of Michigan-brewed Jai Alai IPA.
As Perrin Brewing continues to rapidly grow within its home state of Michigan and throughout the United States, they’re thrilled to announce distribution in the Florida market beginning in February with the launch of a specialty collaboration brew. To kick off this new launch, Perrin has invited their fellow brewery partners at Oskar Blues Brewery and Cigar City Brewing to create a one-time batch of an Imperial Oatmeal Stout, “Triangulation”. This collaboration will take place on December 1st.
Call it the Oskar Blues effect. Since its sale to Oskar Blues Holding Co. last March, Michigan’s Perrin Brewing Company has been growing like a weed. Volumes have increased 92 percent over last year, and $1 million of equipment investments enabled the company to eclipse 14,000 barrels of production in 2015, the company noted in a press release detailing its growth.
Located just off the beaten path in Comstock, MI, Perrin Brewing has earned a cult like following with beer drinkers that until now have been confined to the Grand Rapids area. Beginning next week, that beer is headed to Colorado.
Perrin Brewing is set to release their award winning Vietnamese Imperial Porter “No Rules” on Saturday, March 26th, at the “No Rules Boondoggle” taking place in the Perrin Pub. “No Rules” will be released in 22oz bottles and on draft. Both bottle and draft selections will be offered to the public at Perrin Brewing, Saturday, March 26th starting at 11am.
Cigar City, a leading independent brewery based in Tampa, Fla., has agreed to sell controlling interest to Boston-based private equity firm Fireman Capital Partners, which already owns majority stakes in Oskar Blues, Perrin Brewing and the Utah Brewers Cooperative outfit that includes the Wasatch and Squatters brands. Together, the five craft breweries make up what the firm calls United Craft Brews LLC., a holding company and special purpose fund set up specifically for craft brewery acquisitions. Terms of the deal were not disclosed and the transaction is expected to close within the next 90 days.
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