Left Hand Brewing Company Beers Now Available in Nevada

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Las Vegas, NV –Left Hand Brewing Company and Wirtz Beverage announced a series of launch events surrounding Left Hand Brewery’s entrance to the Nevada market. The Colorado-based brewery announced their partnership with Wirtz Beverage in August.

Launch parties will be held in Las Vegas and Reno, and will feature selections from Left Hand’s portfolio of award-winning beers. The events, which are open to the public, will be held at Public School 702 (1980 Festival Plaza Drive, Las Vegas) on Tuesday, September 15th at 7:00 PM and at Mellow Fellow Gastropub (300 E. 2nd Street, Reno) on Wednesday, September 16th at 5:30 PM. Guests will have the opportunity to sample a selection of Left Hand Brewing Company’s beers, while learning more about the 22-year-old Brewery from on-site Left Hand representatives.

In addition to the launch events, Left Hand beers will be available in various stores throughout Las Vegas on September 15th and in Reno on September 16th. Selections include Polestar Pilsner, Good JuJu Seasonal, Sawtooth Ale, Introvert Session IPA, Oktoberfest Seasonal, Black Jack Porter, Milk Stout, Milk Stout Nitro, Wake Up Dead Imperial Stout Nitro and Mountain Mixer Variety Pack.

“We are excited to partner with Wirtz Beverage to fulfill a longtime goal of giving beer lovers throughout Nevada the opportunity to enjoy our handcrafted brews,” said Jason Ingram, National Sales Director for Left Hand Brewing. “It’s been amazing to see the growth of craft beer in Nevada, from a craft desert to a beer-lover’s oasis.”

The employee-owned Left Hand Brewing Company has seen its popularity skyrocket in recent years with the boom of the craft beer industry and as a result of their reputation for well-balanced, award-winning beers. Famous for their Nitro Series, Left Hand was the first craft brewery to introduce nitrogenated beers in a bottle. The award-winning craft brewery is the 40th largest craft brewery in the country and their entrance into the Nevada market brings their total footprint to 35 states.