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Everett, Massachusetts-based Night Shift Brewing will begin distribution to New Hampshire in early 2020.

Night Shift Brewing to Distribute in New Hampshire

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Everett, Massachusetts-based Night Shift Brewing will begin distribution to New Hampshire in 2020, according to a Facebook post from Amoskeag Beverages.

“We are incredibly excited to be bringing Night Shift Brewing to New Hampshire early in 2020,” the post said. “Stay tuned for more details.”

Amoskeag, a MillerCoors house based in Bow, New Hampshire, boasts a portfolio of craft beer brands that includes Allagash Brewing, Harpoon Brewery and Two Roads Brewing, as well as Constellation Brands products (Corona, Modelo and Pacifico) and Boston Beer Company products (Samuel Adams, Angry Orchard, Twisted Tea, Truly Hard Seltzer).

“There are expansion plans for New Hampshire to carry our full portfolio of Night Shift Brewing products,” Night Shift co-founder Rob Burns told Brewbound via a statement. “New Hampshire has been one of our most requested states by our Night Shift fans, so we are excited to connect with a new group of beer enthusiasts.”

Night Shift sells beer in Massachusetts, Maine, and New York.


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