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Now Flowing in Alberta and Arizona!

Nov 28, 2014 Comments (2) Now Flowing in Alberta and Arizona!

We like to think of Ninkasi as a versatile beverage.

One that can be enjoyed in rain or shine, winter or summer, on hot days or frigid ones, out and about or from the comfort of your own home, with tunes blaring or in peaceful silence.

So it’s fitting that the two newest Ninkasi territories are about as geographically different as possible.

We’ve got Arizona: south of Eugene, hot and sunny, full of deserts, and firmly situated in the United States.


Stellar shot thanks to facebook fan Greg in AZ!

And then there’s Alberta: north of Eugene, currently very cold and snowy, brimming with mountains, and firmly grounded in Canada.


But there’s one very important thing that they have in common (other than starting with the letter “A”, which is true. But significantly less critical): they’re both thirsty for Ninkasi! And we’re thrilled to start quenching that thirst.


Starting NOW, craft beer fans in Alberta and Arizona can find us on tap and in bottles throughout the state and province. We had a blast during our official launches in both regions, with great new friends, killer concerts, amazing tap takeovers and so many fantastic cheers and beers.

Thanks to everyone who showed up to perpetuate better living with us as we turned on the taps in Arizona and Alberta! If you missed out on our official launches, don't worry! We're not going anywhere! We happen to like it in both places A LOT. 

If you want help tracking down the beer of the goddess, you can use our handy Beer Finder or check out the distributors we're partnering with in each region. We're thrilled to be working with Copper & Theory in Alberta and Golden Eagle in Arizona. 

Cheers to many more days with our new friends in Alberta and Arizona!

Comments (2)

  1. Robert Blackmon:
    Nov 28, 2014 at 10:38 AM

    Congratulations on the expansion! Wondering what kind of fan research you did before choosing Arizona and Alberta?

  2. Liz:
    Jan 11, 2015 at 05:35 PM

    OMG, PLEASE come into the Chicago beer market! The water's nice and warm. :)

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