2 Towns Adds Colorado & Indiana to Distribution Territory

2 Towns Ciderhouse announced additional distribution in the states of Indiana and Colorado recently.

Through their partnership with CSA Distributing, 2 Towns will hit stores immediately as Colorado will be the 14th state that the craft beverage producer has its PNW cider available on shelves. Through their partnership with Johnson Brothers, Indiana is now the second state that the two companies have teamed up for.

2 Towns Ciderhouse launched in Corvallis, Oregon, in 2010 with two flagship ciders, and has quickly grown to become the third largest cider brand in the country by sales and largest independently owned. The company has achieved this national position and grown its brand to one of the most diverse and award-winning craft cider lineups in the industry all within a small distribution footprint.  

As a core value, 2 Towns is committed to making true craft cider with fresh-pressed Northwest apples, no added sugars, and no shortcuts. The company has applied the same innovative spirit to beverages beyond cider as well, launching “Seek Out” hard seltzer, “Nectar Creek” mead, and most recently “Craftwell Cocktails,” a new brand of canned cocktails. 

“An Oregon/Colorado partnership is a natural fit due to our similar active, outdoor-focused cultures. These values are inherent in our brand and we are thrilled to partner with CSA Distributing to bring our craft beverages to the beautiful state of Colorado,”  said Nels Jewell-Larsen, co-owner and vice president of business development for 2 Towns. “By adding Colorado to our distribution, 2 Towns can now serve thirsty fans across more states.”

In addition to South Dakota retailers, Indiana retailers will now have access to the full lineup of flagship craft ciders, including Cosmic Crisp®, BrightCider, Made Marion, Pacific Pineapple, and Variety Packs. These brands will be available initially in cans.

“It has been great to be working with Johnson Brothers in South Dakota and we are now excited to be extending our partnership with Johnson brothers to bring our craft beverages to the wonderful state of Indiana.” said Nels Jewell-Larsen, co-owner and vice president of business development for 2 Towns. 

“We are excited to continue partnering with 2 Towns Ciderhouse to bring craft cider to thirsty Hoosiers,” said Jeff Crabill, spirits director, Johnson Brothers. “The market for craft cider in Indiana is substantially growing and we are pleased to meet this need with the 2 Towns Ciderhouse flagship line.” 

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