American Brewing Company

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American Brewing Company

180 W Dayton St, Edmonds, WA 98020, United States

Phone: (425) 774-1717

Website: http://americanbrewing.com/

Biography

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Established: 2010

Owners: Brent Hall and Steve Navarro, founder Neil Fallon

Brewers: Head brewer Adam Frantz

Location: 180 W. Dayton St., Edmonds, WA 98020

Specialty: Clean, approachable craft beers for the everyday beer drinker

Five Notable Beers: Revolutionary IPA, Patriotic Pale, Independence Pilsner, Honor Saison, Oatmeal Stout

Awards:

2016 Washington Beer Awards, Bronze, American Blonde; Bronze, Baltic Porter

Breakaway IPA, named Best in the West by Beer West Magazine

2014 Washington Beer Awards, Bronze, Baltic Porter; Bronze, American Blonde

2013 Washington Beer Awards, Bronze, Stupid Sexy Flanders; Gold, Power Play Imperial IPA

2013 Great American Beer Festival, Bronze, Fed white & Brew ESB; Bronze, Polska Porter

2011 Great American Beer Festival, Brave American Brown Ale

Fun Facts:

>>> Pacific Brewing & Malting Co. acquired American Brewing Company in May 2016. Neil Fallon, then CEO of American Brewing Company, sold it to concentrate on his bùcha™ live kombucha acquisition.

>>> American Brewing re-branded with a Top Gun meets George Washington packaging. The brewery pays homage to the founding fathers with a modern military looking logo.

>>> American Brewing released Honor, a wine barrel aged Saison created to benefit Fisher House. A portion of every bottle, keg, and glass sold will be donated in honor of the veteran families served at Fisher House.

Founded in 2010, American Brewing Company, Inc., is an award-winning craft brewery based out of Edmonds, Washington. Head brewer Adam Frantz brews in a 30-barrel house with 60-barrel fermenters. In October 2015, Pacific Brewing & Malting Co. of Tacoma, Washington announced that it entered into a definitive agreement with American Brewing Company to acquire its brewery and related business operations. The acquisition was final in May 2016, and rebranded to be a patriotic themed brewery bridging the gap between domestic and craft beer for the everyday Joe beer drinker.