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New Holland Brewing’s beers and spirits are coming to Iowa


New Holland comes to Iowa
Growlers reign supreme At New Holland Brewing in Holland, Mich. — photo by Ben Miller

New Holland Brewing Company from Holland, Mich. has announced that it will begin distributing its beers and spirits in Iowa by mid-September as the brewery expands its footprint in the Midwest and Rocky Mountain regions.

Mad Hatter IPA, Sundog Amber Ale, Full Circle Kolsh and Dragon’s Milk Barrel-Aged Stout are among the New Holland beers that will be available in the state. Spirits include Knickerbocker Gin, Hatter Royale Hopped Whiskey and Clockwork Orange Liqueur.

Several seasonal and limited-edition offerings — like the New Holland and Carhartt collaboration brew The Carhartt Woodsman, as well as the Beer Barrel Bourbon — will also be available as production allows.

New Holland Brewing will host a series of launch events across Iowa in September, though dates and locations are still under wraps.

According to the brewery, distribution in Iowa will be handled by Glazer’s Distributors.


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