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New Belgium Brewing Co. continues its expansion across the U.S. this week by announcing it will expand its distribution to Michigan.
The Fort Collins-based brewery announced it will make avalible 22-ounce bottles of Fat Tire, Ranger IPA, Trippel, Shift and Red Hoptober, as well as Lips of Faith offerings Super IPA and Biere de Mars
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Ypsilanti’s O&W celebrates 75 years of beer, looks back at Prohibition days.
O&W Inc. is celebrating its 75th anniversary as a family business in Washtenaw County by looking back to its Prohibition-era founding – and forward to further growth in new markets and sustainability.
Today, the Ypsilanti-based company runs a four-county distribution network for more
A Michigan distributor raises its community profile…
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Beverage World Magazine November, 2010
U-M vs. MSU game like ‘major holiday’ for beer distributor serving downtown Ann Arbor – AnnArbor.com
When it comes to beer sales, a big game means big business.
“For us, in downtown Ann Arbor, it’s the equivalent to a major holiday,” said Kit Morgeson, vice president of marketing for O & W Inc., the
“A Focused Future”
As one of the oldest beer and wine distributors in Michigan, O&W Inc., is deeply rooted in its past and and is focused on the future… [Read the full article about O&W, Inc. at Food & Drink Magazine]
Food and Drink Magazine Fall 2010 Feature Article
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O&W, Inc. – Energy Efficient Lighting O&W, Inc., a beer distributor in Ypsilanti, Michigan, changed 3/4 of its 100,000 square-feet warehouse to energy efficient light fixtures and bulbs. The two-year replacement project involved replacing old metal halide light bulbs with new T5 fluorescent tubes as the old lights burnt out. The 160 new lights use
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A Family Affair – Beverage World Magazine, June 2009