Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: New Haven
Love Yuengling. Two years ago I spent two weeks in Nashville TN on business and got hooked on Yuengling. Nowanytime I travel anywhere I can get it I bring home a few cases. If you are taking orders to bring home I would love some.
I got the following off the Yuengling website.
Why can't I find Yuengling nationwide?
The Yuengling Brewery is a regional brewer that has manufacturing plants in Pottsville, PA and Tampa, FL. Currently we distribute our products over a ten state area along the eastern seaboard. While there is significant interest for our products nationwide, unfortunately we do not have the manufacturing capabilities to service customers across the United States. As a result, our focus and efforts continues to be on our loyal customers and markets that are logistically feasible to our production facilities.
What are your plans for expansion?
Over the past few years Yuengling's expansion into new markets has been limited. Our future plans for expansion are based upon our production capabilities and our ability to properly introduce and service retailers and customers in any new market. Such decisions are
based on a market by market basis.
Where does the brewery distribute beer?
The brewery currently distributes its products in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, South Carolina & Alabama. We have been reopening markets and opening new territories to distribute Yuengling beers. Stay in touch for further market openings in your area. See our Distributor List to find your nearest source of Yuengling fine beers.
Does Yuengling ship beer anywhere?
As a United States brewer, Yuengling is only allowed to ship to our assigned distributors. Due to various State and Federal laws, we are not permitted to ship beer directly to retailers and consumers.
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Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Central Indiana
Yuengling is fantastic and I buy some any chance I get - but we'll never see it in Indiana. I had drinks one night with a guy who works for them and his statement was that they don't have the capacity to keep up with demand in their current territories - and if they did, that capacity would be used to expand south and northeast.