Devil’s Canyon Brewing Inks Deal with Bay Area Distributing

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SAN CARLOS, CALIFORNIA – Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company announced today that it signed a distribution agreement with Bay Area Distributing, expanding the availability of its award-winning, sustainably handcrafted products to the California counties of Marin, Alameda and Contra Costa.

The addition of Bay Area Distributing to the growing list of wholesalers carrying Devil’s Canyon’s products signifies a major milestone for the brewery. Availability of their sustainably handcrafted products is now covered through a variety of family-owned and independent distributors wrapping the entire San Francisco Bay area.

Bay Area Distributing was founded in 1972. Since then, the list of products in their portfolio has expanded into an impressive and diverse list of carefully crafted ales, beer, ciders and non-alcoholic beverages. They are one of the few surviving Independent Wholesalers in Northern California.

“Bay Area Distributing has a history of being proactive brand builders and of being very discerning when it comes to the brands they represent,” said Chris Garrett, CEO of Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company. “Having them represent Devil’s Canyon is an enormous win for beer drinkers looking for a brewery offering styles renowned for their balance and complexity.”

Devil’s Canyon’s Full Boar Scotch Ale, California Sunshine Rye IPA and Deadicated Amber Ale brands are now available on draught and in 22oz bottles. Belle, a unique champagne based California Sparkling Ale, is available in 5 USG Kegs and 750ml bottles.

“We are pleased to be able to add such a solid, award winning brewery to our portfolio,” stated Michael Bosnich, VP of Sales for Bay Area Distributing “Devil’s Canyon’s reputation precedes itself and with its fine lineup of quality brews. It will be well received and appreciated amongst both retailers and consumers within our market. We look forward to a long and beneficial relationship.”

Established in 2001 in Belmont, California, the family owned brewery relocated to the City of San Carlos in 2013 and was recently awarded “Business of the Year” by the City of San Carlos and the San Carlos Chamber of Commerce for their contributions to the San Carlos business environment, as well as the community-at-large

About Devil’s Canyon Brewing Co.

Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company, located in the heart of the San Francisco bay area peninsula, produces award-winning, sustainably handcrafted beer and root beer centered on the most premium ingredients and is currently available in 9 states and 5 countries.

Devil’s Canyon Brewing Co. won over 35 awards for their craft beers. San Francisco Bay Area A-List readers voted Devil’s Canyon “Favorite Bay Area Brewery” in 2013 and “Best Bay Area Beer Bar” in 2014. San Francisco Business Journal readers voted Devil’s Canyon “Best Beer” in 2014. Also in 2014, the brewery was awarded “Business of the Year” by the City of San Carlos and the San Carlos Chamber of Commerce.

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About Bay Area Distributing

Bay Area Distributing (BAD) was established in 1972 by Ken Sodo, and is credited with being the original distributor for Sierra Nevada and Calistoga Waters.  Other original brands were Newcastle, Spaten, Chimay, Mendocino, and Anderson Valley. 

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