Mother Earth Brew Co. Begins Expansion Project and Announces the Addition of New Markets Across the Country
Vista, CA & Nampa, ID – Since first opening its doors in 2010, Mother Earth Brew Co.’s growth has continued at an extremely strong and steady rate averaging triple-digit increases each year.
In 2016, having nearly maximized production at its original San Diego area brewery, Mother Earth (MEBC) opened a new 40,000sf brewery capable of 100,000bbl production in Nampa ID, very near the Idaho state capital of Boise.
Now, just eleven months later, “Mother Earth – Nampa” has already neared its current production limit and is in the process of Phase 2 development to include infrastructure and fermentation improvements. In addition, MEBC is also beginning a planned expansion of its packaging areas to allow for increased throughput and the future introduction of new packaging formats to market.
In a series of announcements set to begin this week, Mother Earth will describe its increased presence in nearby states, as well as announcing the addition of new states that will feature its year-round flagship products of Cali Creamin’ Vanilla Cream Ale, Boo Koo IPA, Borne Blonde, Resinator Series IPA and Sin Tax Imperial Peanut Butter Stout. Emerging markets include the Deep South, as well as the eastern seaboard.
“Retailers and Customers from across the nation have made it very clear that they wish to be able to carry and find our product locally.” Says company Vice President Kevin Hopkins.
Sally Cullerton, Mother Earth CFO and Partner chimes in. “I’ve spent a considerable amount of time looking at sales rates and trends. I am SO enthused by what I’m seeing. I feel that we are on the precipice of something huge!”
Coming off a recent win at the 2017 U.S. Open Beer Championships, as well as having Boo Koo IPA named as one of the “50 Best IPA’s in America” by DRAFT magazine, Mother Earth continues to be on a roll and is excited to expand to a retailer and state near you!
Company: Mother Earth Brew Co. LLC
Contact: Mr. Kevin Hopkins