Florida craft brewery's first expansion will be in Cincinnati Nov 29, 2016, 10:17am EST
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A Florida craft brewery is expanding distribution to Ohio, meaning
Cincinnati will be one of the few markets where consumers can get its
beer outside of the Sunshine State.
Doral, Fla.-based M.I.A. Beer Co. will begin distribution in Ohio on
Dec. 5. The first three markets where its brews will be available are
Cincinnati, Dayton and Oxford.
Florida-based M.I.A. Beer Co. will begin distributing its brews to
Cincinnati on Dec. 5.
The beers will be brought to Ohio by Cincinnati-based Cavalier
Distributing. That's one of the reasons the brewery decided to expand
to Ohio as Cavalier is its Florida distributor as well.
"We?ve been getting a lot of inquiries from Ohio residents on where
they can find our beer," M.I.A. owner Eddie Leon told me in an email.
"We?ve realized that Ohio has a well-developed craft beer market that
might appreciate our unique tropically inspired beers."
M.I.A. was named by market research company IRI as the nation's
ninth-fastest-growing new brewery in grocery store accounts. The
brewery makes beers inspired by the city and culture of Miami.
The first beers distributed to Cincinnati will include draft and
package versions of Miami Weiss Hefeweizen, Mega Mix Pale Ale and
Tourist Trappe Belgian Tripel as well as seasonal and limited
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