The Baltimore-based DuClaw Brewing Company announced this week its plans to expand its distribution into Cleveland and will soon make 35 craft beer varieties available to northeast Ohio residents in stores throughout the city.
Famed for its unique flavors, such as Sweet Baby Jesus, a chocolate peanut butter porter, and Dirty Little Freak, a coconut caramel chocolate brown ale, DuClaw's move into Ohio will mark its ninth state of distribution.
“Cleveland is the perfect city for us to begin expansion into Ohio,” Founder Dave Benfield said in a press release. “Our growth into the state is a huge step in our mission to bring quality-brewed craft beer to the masses, and to get DuClaw into the hands of our loyal fans.”
Look for DuClaw bottles to hit store shelves around Cleveland in May.
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