Thursday, October 30, 2008

BEER AND… PEACHES?

Yep, it’s official! The Yuengling Brewery is pleased to announce that we have opened up the Georgia market this week. Here is the press release, which you can also view on our website at http://www.yuengling.com/n_rolls_into_georgia.htm:
Check out this site created by Shawn Keith http://www.bringyuenglingtogeorgia.com/. (He and fellow Yuengling fan, Jeff Quimby, are pictured below at a kick-off event.) This just shows the excitement for our brands, even in a market where you couldn’t buy Yuengling. We’re very humbled by the dedication of all the loyal Yuengling drinkers out there. Thank you for your continued support of America’s Oldest Brewery.

18 comments:

Darian said...

I just had my 1st one at sidelines in Suwanee, GA. Its been too long. Welcome to Georgia!

Brett said...

You guys rock!

Thanks for bringing one of the best beers in the country to the home of the Dawgs. You're just in time for the biggest game in the SEC -- Georgia/Florida!

The price is perfect, the beer is excellent, and I don't have to drive a hundred miles to get it!

Great job and Go Dawgs!

JBB said...

If we put up a website, will you come to Texas?.....

Please?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for bringing Yuengling to Georgia! I purchased a few cases of for my Halloween party...

Brian Turner
Griffin, Georgia

Luke said...

Congrats, Georgia! Ohio next, please.

Brad said...

Good for georgia..... Now how about taking care of your neighbors to the west!!! We love Yuengling in Ohio (hate the steelers though), and these 2 hour drives to get it is getting old and pricey!

Considering the size of the state, I'm surprised you aren't here already. Any chance you will come in to Ohio?

Your humble beer drinker,

"BE RAD"

Frick said...

Thanks for bringing Yuengling to Georgia! Now look at the distribution map and there's still a hole in the distribution chain, and it's Kentucky Matter of fact someone has followed Georgia's lead and put together a Bring Yuengling to Kentucky site. Stop by and leave a comment

Anonymous said...

About time! Damn!

The only reason I didn't mind driving to North Carolina was because I could stock up on a few cases of the porter and black and tan.

Yuengling Brewery said...

Thanks to everyone from Georgia who expressed their excitement for our arrival. It's great to be selling beer in your market. For those of you who still can't buy Yuengling in your state, please be patient!

jayandcourtney said...

Greatest. News. EVER!

oldestbrew said...

Beer and ...Bluegrass must be next.

Yuengling can't ignore their loyal followers in Kentucky. Join the campaign and vote or leave a comment at
www.BringYuenglingtoKentucky.blogspot.com

A. Leskin said...

I live in CA but I grew up in Pottsville area. I just got a case delivered for my B-Day its the best!!! costed me a fortune in shipping! Get it out here soon! PLEASE!!!

Bill said...

Okay you made it to Georgia. Now That AB has seen fit to sell out. There is a real need for an American beer in Ohio... pretty please...

Adam Petersen said...

I wish you could bring it to Germany. During numerous TDY's to the east coast, this was always a favorite beer for the crew. Recently I was in North Carolina with an international crew and bought them a round of Yuengling. Many of them said it was the best beer they ever had. Coming from Europeans that is some mad props. I am now constantly asked if there is anywhere to get it here.

Anonymous said...

I just got back from AL and returned to Cincinnati. I stocked up on some Yuengling. I am still a rookie with this beer but I am officially hooked! Please can we open up Ohio? My wife and I love to drink craft beers, but these become pricy. Yuengling brings similar quality as an "everyday" beer. I hate AL and would love to drive to the corner store to stock up....please make it happen! After all you can't hold a grudge to our terrible Bengals! Thanks for bringing the high quality at a great price!

Terry said...

The real Dawgs are in Cleveland and need Yuengling badly. I live in Norwalk,Oh. and hate to only have Yuengling when I happen to visit Pa. We have a lot of tourists for Cedar Point and Norwalk Raceway Park that are always searching the carryouts and have to drink something else. I would not want my customers ever haveing to try someone elses product, even a substandard one.

Guy L said...

Please open up the Ohio market!!! I lived in Maryland for two years and drank nothing but Yuengling. I am back in my home state of Ohio but no more of the greatest beer in the world. Please hurry!

Blaine said...

I'm pretty sure the saddest day in my life was when I moved from New Jersey to Ohio. I went to a bar the first week I lived in Ohio and tried to order a Yuengling, but couldn't. How sad is that to WANT to go back to New Jersey and live. Please continue expansion to the west. You can stop after Ohio, there isn't much after it anyway.