Redhook Ale Brewery
|Barrels per year||360,000 US barrels|
|Owner(s)||Craft Brew Alliance|
The Redhook Ale Brewery NASDAQ: BREW, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, is a brewer of craft beers, with operations in Woodinville, Washington ( ) and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It was founded in Seattle in 1981, by Paul Shipman and Gordon Bowker and is owned by the Craft Brew Alliance.
Redhook currently produces several styles of beer, marketed under distinct brand names. Redhook's flagship brand is Redhook ESB (5.8% ABV). Redhook also brews Long Hammer IPA (6.2% ABV), Pilsner (5.3% ABV), Copper Hook (5.8% ABV), and its seasonal offerings.
Redhook distributes its products through a network of wholesale distributors, Craft Brew Alliance Inc, and a distribution agreement with Anheuser-Busch InBev, Incorporated. Redhook distributed its products in 48 states, as of March 31, 2008.
Craft Brew Alliance
Craft Brewers Alliance Inc, was formed on July 1, 2008, with the merger of Redhook and Widmer. CBA acquired Kona Brewing on October 1, 2010. CBA brands its beers under the names: Widmer Brothers, Redhook and Kona Brewing.
Craft Brewers Alliance changed its name to Craft Brew Alliance on January 12, 2012.
- Craft Brewers Alliance accessed 08-30-2009
- Post-merger Widmer reports profit Portland Business Journal, August 12, 2009
- Craft Brewers Alliance is now Craft Brew Alliance
- Craft Brew Alliance Changes Ticker Symbol to 'Brew' accessed January 8, 2013
- "CRAFT BREWERS ALLIANCE, INC. FORM 10-K". US SEC. p. 18. "As of December 31, 2010, A-B owns approximately 32.2% of our outstanding common stock and, under the Exchange Agreement, has the right to appoint two designees to our board of directors and to observe the conduct of all standing board committees."
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