D.G. Yuengling and Son Inc., which claims to be “America’s oldest brewery,” when it is in fact only America’s oldest still-operating brewery, distributes to 19 different states — from Florida to Connecticut — with a growing distribution into the midwest of America. Soon, that number will be 20. Now, along with Ohio and Tennessee, Yuengling is crawling westward, announcing that it will be selling beer in Indiana.
“Some things are just worth the wait!” said John Xenos, Senior Vice President of Monarch Beverage. “We are proud to have been selected to represent the Yuengling Brewery brands when they are finally introduced in Indiana in 2017!” Bruce Leetz, Owner of Indiana Beverage, is also passionate about the brand’s expansion and stated, “our family has been in business in Indiana for five generations and to be able to partner with the America’s Oldest Brewery is both humbling and powerful.”
The rollout will be in March and will include Yuengling’s flagship beer, Yuengling Traditional Lager, as well as Light Lager and Black & Tan brands. Soon after, Yuengling will release its lineup of heritage and seasonal brands.