PHILADELPHIA, PA. – Sunoco announced today the expansion of the Craft Beer Exchange at its APlus convenience stores across the state of New York with several locations in both the Syracuse and Albany markets.
On the heels of the Craft Beer Exchange’s expansion into the Rochester market in November, Sunoco will add multiple new locations in the Syracuse market. In addition to the new locations in Syracuse, Sunoco APlus’ Craft Beer Exchange will be featured at over 30 locations across the state of New York.
The new locations reside in Albany, Alleghany, Essex, Monroe, Livingston, Lewis, Onondaga, Oneida, and St. Lawrence counties. The Craft Beer Exchange began with 12 locations in western New York in the summer of 2011.
“We have decided to expand the Craft Beer Exchange based on the success we have had in the Buffalo and Rochester markets,” said Wendy Lyman, Sunoco’s beverage category manager. “Now, craft beer fans across the entire state of New York can stop
by one of our nearly 50 locations for growlers and six packs of their favorite microbrews.”
Started as a pilot program in the Buffalo market, the Craft Beer Exchange offers our customers across multiple markets in New York a unique selection of up to 12 rotating craft beers available to-go in our 64-ounce growlers. Customers looking for variety in their craft beer experience can also create their own six packs from our selection of 12- ounce single bottles for $9.99. Selections change seasonally and include excellent craft beers from well-regarded microbreweries such as Long Trail, Ithaca, Victory, Flying Bison, Troegs, Red Hook, Smuttynose, and Brooklyn.
Sunoco is a leading transportation fuel provider with operations located primarily in the East Coast and Midwest regions of the United States. The company sells transportation fuels through more than 4,900 branded retail locations in 24 states. APlus convenience stores are operated by the company or independent dealers in more than 600 of its retail locations. Known for quality, Sunoco is the official fuel of both NASCAR and the Izod Indycar Series — the two premier racing circuits in the United States.