Lonerider Brewing Company Expands Distribution to Alabama

alprLonerider Brewing Company (Raleigh, North Carolina) has officially announced that their offerings will be available for purchase in the Alabama market beginning on Wednesday, February 22.

Established at the start of 2009, Lonerider Brewing Company is a Wild West-themed craft beer brand “that prides itself as the Ales for Outlaws.”  Thanks to a dedication to crafting beers with only the highest quality ingredients, Lonerider has earned such accolades as being named an Inc. 5000 winner, a CED Top 25 winner, and one of the Top 150 breweries in the USA.  Their beers have also earned several awards, “including medals from the Great American Beer Festival.”  This success has made it possible for the brewery to steadily expand their presence across the Southeast, and Alabama will now become the 8th state in their distribution area.

“Going to school in Birmingham and then bringing Lonerider beers back to Alabama is kind of making a full circle for me personally.” Sumit Vohra, CEO, explains. “I’m very excited to bring the Outlaws to Alabama.”

Lonerider Brewing Company will officially launch in Alabama on February 22 with availability “in major cities such as Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, and surrounding areas.” The brewery plans to enter the market with the following offerings:

  • Hoppy Ki Yay India Pale Ale – “We’ve rounded up some great malts and hops for Hoppy Ki Yay IPA, our year round IPA. This straw colored ale is hopped with Columbus and Amarillo and rounded out by a mild body from the malts.”  ABV – 6.6%  IBUs – 76  Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
  • Saloon Style Pilsner – “Tight-lipped and stoic, our sessionable Saloon Style Pilsner has only one mission – quenching thirst. This straw colored beer, medium bodied and crystal clear, is sure to leave you wanting another.”  ABV – 4.2%  IBUs – 35  Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
  • Shotgun Betty Hefeweizen – “Shotgun Betty uses her sharpshooting skills to target those that show a weakness for wheat beer with a body that won’t quit. This German-style hefeweizen features a rich, banana-clove nose and refreshing dry finish.”  ABV – 5.8%  IBUs – 11  Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
  • Sweet Josie Brown Ale – “A temptress who will seduce you, Sweet Josie is crafted in the American Brown style. This is a complex beer balancing a nice hop bitterness with a generous amount of chocolate and aromatic malts.”  ABV – 6.1%  IBUs – 30  Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft

If you would like to be one of the first craft beer lovers in the state to try the offerings above, Lonerider Brewing Company will have their official Alabama Launch Party at Hop City Birmingham (2924 3rd Ave S, Birmingham, Alabama) on Thursday, February 23.  Stay tuned for more info on this and other launch events so that you can give Lonerider Brewing Company a proper welcome to the Alabama craft beer community later this month.  Prost!