CANADA: Brick Brewing partners with Latis Imports

By | 4 September 2008

Brick Brewing Co has partnered with Latis Imports to launch Latis' craft beer import portfolio in Canada.

The Canadian brewer said earlier this week that it will launch selected beers from Belgian brewer Palm Breweries', whose imports are handled by Latis, in the Ontario market in the final quarter of this year.

"Latis was created to import craft beers from talented independent brewers from around the globe," said George Croft, company president and CEO. "The specialty import beer experience Latis brings to the table is a great asset to Brick Brewery."

"The craft import segment is growing and changing and Latis, along with Palm Breweries, is contributing to the vibrancy of this category by bringing an exceptional Belgian portfolio to North America," added Jim Brickman, founder and executive chair of Brick Brewing.

Sectors: Beer & cider

Companies: Brick Brewing

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