Hangar 24 of Redlands Touts Expanded Distribution to Ventura, Central Coast

Hangar 24 is now available in Ventura, San Luis Obispo, San Benito, Santa Clara, Los Angeles, Orange, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego counties, according to brewery publicists.

Hangar 24 craft beers are now available in northern Los Angeles and Ventura counties as well as the Central Coast, publicists for the Redlands-based brewery announced Thursday.

"Previously only available in Southern California, the nearly five year old craft brewery offers 30 different styles of beer across seven categories," publicists said in an announcement Nov. 1.

Hangar 24 is now available in Ventura, San Luis Obispo, San Benito and Santa Clara counties, in addition to Los Angeles, Orange, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego counties, publicists said.

"Hangar 24 continues to grow and we are excited to see people resonate with the brand," Hangar 24 founder and master brewer Ben Cook said. "I am incredibly proud of the hard work that our team has contributed over the past five years, including our brewery staff, sales team and distributors. We've all worked together to get us where we are today."

For a list of locations carrying Hangar 24 craft beer, visit http://www.Hangar24Brewery.com/findbeer.htm. For a list of Hangar 24's craft beer styles and categories, visit: http://www.Hangar24Brewery.com/currentofferings.htm.

For distribution inquiries in Northern Los Angeles and Ventura Counties contact Allied Distributing at (818) 362-9333. For distribution inquiries in California's Central Coast, contact Central Coast Distributing at (805) 922-2108.

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Steve Rogers November 03, 2012 at 05:17 PM
Yuuummm... beer, and not just any beer, Hanger 2XIPA!
Rich Smith November 05, 2012 at 01:41 AM
Steve Rogers November 05, 2012 at 02:47 AM
Rich, you still a troll for City Manager Nabar with the City of Redlands? Only thing interesting to me is wether you sent this message from a City facility or using City equipment like "Cop Books". And another thing that's interesting while I have you as a captive audience, why don't you ask Nabar why he has allowed a former-fugitive, now on probation, employee on his executive staff posing as Human Resources Director. Word is that she has been popped more than once, but wasn't able to make the CHP arrest disappear, bet the RPD is really proud of their girl, who just got off fugitive status 6/12, and will be on probation until mid-2014? If Nabar won't be straight with you, go ahead and check with Sheriff Rod Hoops and District Attorney Mikey Ramos, they can clue you in as to why DWI-DSL is given special privileges as a government employee in San Bernardino County. I'll give you a hint: She's made a deal with the Devil.
Rich Smith November 05, 2012 at 03:12 AM
Same old Steve.
Steve Rogers November 05, 2012 at 03:27 AM
Talked to your hero SBPEA Super Mario (formerly of the HACSB) lately? <--- HA HA HA, but same old LSW!!!
Rich Smith November 06, 2012 at 01:49 AM
My hero?


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