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MillerCoors Acquires Texas-Based Revolver Brewing

Revolver Brewing Beer Connoisseur

MillerCoors craft division Tenth and Blake Beer Company has reportedly acquired Granbury, Texas-based Revolver Brewing, making it the third craft acquisition by the brand in the past month, along with Georgia-based Terrapin beer and Oregon-based Hop Valley.

The acquisition continues to reflect a strategy of establishing footholds in key geographic locations, as big brewers rush to shore up their craft portfolios.

“We are excited to be joining the Tenth and Blake family, which shares our commitment to brewing great craft beer,” said Rhett Keisler, Revolver Brewing co-founder and president. “This partnership will allow us to maintain our brewery and operations in Granbury, while providing us with the additional resources to invest in and accelerate the growth of the Revolver brand in Texas.”

The brewery is best known for its Blood and Honey, a wheat ale brewed with blood orange zest, honey and other spices.

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Scott S Gardner's picture
sounds like you sold out to me..but that's just me.....
Got3dragtatts's picture
It's hard to find a balance between making a profit/running a business and staying true to your roots. But yes, unfortunately it does sound like they sold out.
Jon M's picture
Stone Brewing: Why We Have Chosen Not To Sell Out To Big Beer I love this rant. Nails it!!!!

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Scott S Gardner's picture
sounds like you sold out to me..but that's just me.....
Got3dragtatts's picture
It's hard to find a balance between making a profit/running a business and staying true to your roots. But yes, unfortunately it does sound like they sold out.
Jon M's picture
Stone Brewing: Why We Have Chosen Not To Sell Out To Big Beer I love this rant. Nails it!!!!

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