Clearwater, Florida-headquartered Big Storm Brewing Company has acquired a minority stake in Blood Brothers Bloody Mary Mix, also based in Clearwater.

Clearwater, Florida-headquartered Big Storm Brewing Company has acquired a minority stake in Blood Brothers Bloody Mary Mix, also based in Clearwater.

Big Storm Brewing Acquires Stake in Bloody Mary Mix Maker

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Clearwater, Florida-based Big Storm Brewing Co. has acquired a minority stake in Blood Brothers Bloody Mary Mix, also based in Clearwater, according to a press release.

“There is no better Bloody Mary that we’ve tried than Blood Brothers. And it’s always awesome to support another local business right here in Tampa Bay,” Big Storm co-owner L.J. Govoni said in the release.

Brothers Dax and CK Hoover founded the Blood Brothers brand in 2015 using a family recipe.

“Working with Big Storm is a natural fit for us,” Dax Hoover, co-owner of Blood Brothers Bloody Mary Mix said in an official statement. “Big Storm has the same commitment to quality, freshness and overall passion that we value at Blood Brothers.”

Blood Brothers employees will tap into the Big Storm’s resources to grow sales and distribution, the release added. Cocktails using the mix will also be available at Big Storm’s Clearwater taproom.

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