Randolph, MA – A new crop of Belgian-inspired beers from Logsdon Farmhouse Ales are now available in Massachusetts. Brewed in a big red barn on a real working farm in Hood River County, Oregon, Logsdons Ales are the culmination of decades of brewing experience and dedication to the historic Belgian brewing tradition. Eschewing the lure of high-tech commercial facilities, Logsdons returns to beer’s roots as a product inseparable from its agricultural heritage by utilizing their 10-acre farm for ingredients and inspiration. Beers that will be regularly available in draft and package include Kili Wit, Seizoen, and Straffe Drieling Belgian Triple. Limited quantities of Seizoen Bretta, Aberrant Organic Saison, Szech ‘n Brett Wild Ale and Oak Aged Bretta will also be available in draft and package.
“We are excited for the opportunity to share our ales with the Massachusetts market through the Massachusetts Beverage Alliance” said David Logsdon, owner and brewer of Logsdons Farmhouse Ales.
“Bringing the highest-quality beers to Massachusetts beer drinkers is our mission” said Brian Murphy, Director of Sales for the Massachusetts Beverage Alliance, “After visiting the Logsdon Farmhouse and sampling their unique and amazing beers; we knew they would be a huge hit with Massachusetts craft beer drinkers.”
Massachusetts Beverage Alliance LLC is a craft beer exclusive distributor founded in 2011 with the goal of bringing the freshest and best tasting beer to consumers and retail partners in the Massachusetts market.