Indeed expands to St. Cloud, Bemidji, and beyond

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Indeed Brewing Company has announced a new distribution deal that will bring its beer into more Minnesota markets including St. Cloud, Willmar, Little Falls, the Brainerd lakes area, and Bemidji.

"We would like to become one of Minnesota's staple craft breweries," says Indeed's Rachel Anderson, "so there are certainly plans to expand our reach in the state."

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The new deal is with D & D Beer Co. distribution and will bring Indeed's flagships -- such as Day Tripper American Pale Ale and Midnight Ryder American Black Ale -- to outstate towns north and west of the Twin Cities, along with its line-up of seasonal and specialty brews.

Indeed, which makes no secret of its love of the outdoors, sees this venture into new territory as a natural extension of its brand. "We're all big fans of spending time in the outdoors, so it's very exciting to make our beer easily available in parts of the state where outdoor recreation is a way of life," the company's Nathan Berndt said in a recent press release.

Indeed's beers are also available in Hudson, WI.

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Aaron Lee
Aaron Lee

They are anti mining so I quit supporting them. Odd, since all the tools needed for brewing require mining.

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