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Founders releases availability calendar

December 11, 2018
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People fill up the beer garden seating at Founders Brewing Co.'s taproom in downtown Grand Rapids. Photo via fb.com

Founders Brewing Co. has released its 2019 availability calendar, confirming changes and additions to the brewery’s lineup, including the return of a couple of fan favorites. 

Grand Rapids-based Founders will kick off 2019 by releasing new packaging for its Solid Gold lager: 19.2-oz cans; 12-pack cans (replacing 15-pack cans); 12-pack bottles; and 24-pack cans, national distribution.

“Solid Gold has more than doubled our first-year expectations and has driven us to meet an ever-growing demand,” said Mike Stevens, co-founder and CEO, Founders Brewing Co. “We’ll be adding additional pack sizes to accommodate more occasions and will continue to push into the American domestic premium lager space with a brand consumers can connect with.”

A handful of limited-series beers will also be added or return to the lineup, beginning with Blushing Monk, a Belgian-style ale brewed with raspberries, in January 2018.

Green Zebra Gose, brewed for ArtPrize 9 in 2017, will also return to the limited series in May 2019, and Founders Imperial Stout will arrive in December 2019, according to the calendar.

“We’ve featured a lot of beers in our lineup over the years and as a result, have had to bench some favorites to make room for new styles,” said Dave Engbers, co-founder and president, Founders Brewing Co. “The silver lining is that we then get the opportunity to re-introduce some of these beloved styles.”

The 2019 calendar also reflects the addition of 12-pack bottles of All Day IPA, beginning in late January or early February.

Additional beers, including the remaining Barrel-Aged Series beers and all taproom Mothership Series beers will be announced later in 2019, closer to their release dates. 

Founders' 2019 “Availability Calendar” can be viewed here.

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