A German cidery made its United States debut in Philadelphia, brought to the city by the same New York-based company that also introduced a cohort of five German craft breweries to our region.
The Philadelphia area's reputation as a destination known for its craft breweries, distilleries and cideries is growing – so much so that a Brooklyn-based company has been debuting German brands to the U.S. market in the city.
In December 2016, Liquid Projects launched Reinheits Boten, a five-member group of German craft breweries, in Philadelphia – marking the breweries' first forays into the United States. They include Zoller-Hoff, Friedenfelser and Braukunst Keller.
Breaking news and the stories that matter to your neighborhood.
Owner and founder Lars Dahlhaus works independently, with support from importer and distributor MHW.
Liquid Projects — which helps international breweries, distilleries and cideries break into and grow their brands in the United States — has now brought a Germany cidery into the fold, though separate from Reinheits Boten.
Dahlhaus first began selling beer in the Philadelphia market in 2006, working with the local wholesaler now known as 31st & Wharton.
To read the full story, click here.
For more business news, visit Philadelphia Business Journal