FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
December 10, 2020

MEDIA CONTACT:
Emily Mallos
Kulshan Brewing Co.
emilym@kulshanbrewing.com
(425) 418-0443
https://kulshanbrewing.com

Kulshan Announces Beer Shipping Program for Washingtonians

Kulshan Brewing Company, located in Bellingham Washington, is now shipping their canned offerings statewide to bring more craft beer to the people. The brewery is offering several of their award-winning beers as well as a Special Release Variety Pack which will feature seasonal and limited release brews. They plan to expand this program to include their bottled offerings at a later date.

Washingtonians can view the current selection available for purchase on the brewery’s online store. There will be a one case minimum per order with a $20 shipping and handling fee per case added at check out. Orders will be sent out twice per week.


"We are excited to be able to offer our customers across the state a different way to access Kulshan beer -- having it delivered to your doorstep!” said Emily Mallos, Kulshan’s Marketing Manager. “And since we’re sticking closer to home these days, this will provide people the opportunity to try some of our beers you don’t normally find in stores or are only available in the taproom.”

Although beer can only be shipped in Washington, Kulshan has merchandise for purchase on their site that ships nationwide. For more information and to order visit kulshanbrewing.com/shipbeer. Customers must be 21+ and show valid ID in person upon delivery.

Be sure to follow Kulshan Brewing on social media to keep up with the release dates. Facebook @Kulshanbrewing, Instagram @kulshanbrewery, Twitter @kulshanbrewery.


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