Reuben’s Brews expands distribution to Southern Idaho



Reuben’s Brews announces new distribution partnership and expansion into new territory.

What started out nine years ago as a modest little brewery in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood has grown into one of the city’s most popular beer destinations and one of the Pacific Northwest’s most-recognized beer brands. Reuben’s Brews just announced the further expansion of its distribution footprint, adding Boise and Southern Idaho to its map.

The Seattle brewery expanded its distribution beyond Western Washington in 2017, when it began sending beer to Spokane and Eastern Washington, as well as the Portland area. In 2019, it expanded again by adding Central and Western, Oregon, including important markets like Bend and Eugene. Now, add Boise and Southern Idaho to that list.

“We’re proud to announce that beginning this week Reuben’s Brews beers are now available across Southern Idaho,” the company said on Instagram. “We’ve partnered with our friends at Craig Stein Beverage to bring a breadth of our beers into the market both on tap and in [bottles and cans].”


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Beer lovers in Idaho should look forward to quaffable favorites like Crikey IPA and Reuben’s Pilsner, as well as the uber-popular Crush series of hazy IPA. If they’re really lucky, Boise Area beer enthusiasts will get access to some of the brewery’s impressive barrel-aged beers.

To celebrate the news and connect with the beer community, this week Reuben’s Brews sent a crew of representatives to the Boise area, including its Co-Founder Adam Robbings. You’ll find them, and the beers, at the following tap-takeover events.


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Tuesday, March 1st
Homestead Bar & Grill (Meridian) @homesteadbarandgrill
Fresh core beers and a special keg of 2019 Three Ryes Men.

Wednesday, March 2nd
Matlack’s Public House (Boise) @matlacks_boise
Featuring a special keg of Farm & Oak: Montmorency Cherry from our wild program alongside fresh core beers.


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Thursday, March 3rd
Hops & Bottles (Boise) @hopsandbottles
Featuring a rare keg of Aeir, our spontaneously fermented wild ale brewed in our cool ship, alongside fresh core beers.

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