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MillerCoors’ Tenth and Blake to buy majority stake in Revolver Brewing

DBR Staff Writer Published 12 August 2016

MillerCoors' craft and import unit, Tenth and Blake Beer, has agreed to acquire a majority interest in Texas-based Revolver Brewing.

The companies did not disclose financial details of the transaction, which is expected to be completed in the third quarter of this year.

Revolver Brewing is a craft beer brewer based in Granbury, Texas. The company’s portfolio includes Blood & Honey American Wheat Ale, Ironhead IPA, High Brass American Blonde Ale along with other seasonal beers.

It currently distributes its beers in and around Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, Austin in Texas.

After the acquisition, Revolver Brewing will operate as a separate business unit of Tenth and Blake.

The company's management and employees will continue to create, brew, package, market and sell Revolver’s portfolio of brands.

Revolver Brewing co-founder and president Rhett Keisler said: “This partnership will allow us to maintain our brewery and operations in Granbury, while providing us with the additional resources to invest in and accelerate the growth of the Revolver brand in Texas.”

Revolver’s beers will now join Tenth and Blake’s family of crafted beer makers which includes Blue Moon Brewing Company, Crispin Cider Company, Saint Archer Brewing Company and Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company.

Tenth and Blake president and CEO Scott Whitley said: “Our main priority will be to work with the Revolver team to support its continued success and make sure its beer is enjoyed by even more consumers in Texas.”

Image: Tenth and Blake ha agreed to acquire a major itystake in Revolver Brewing. Photo courtesy of stockimages/freedigitalphotos.net.