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While announcing the retirement of one of the beers that nearly started with the opening of the brewery, Stone Brewing says hello to another market and hopes for all 50 states to have its beer by the end of the year.
The California and Virginia-based brewery will begin distribution to the entire state of Arkansas this week, but starting in November, it will be the end of the line for the brewery’s “Smoked Porter,” which debuted four months after the brewery opened in July 1996.
“I’ll always remember that a lot of people told me they never liked “dark beers” until they had this one — that’s pretty special,” said Stone president and co-founder Steve Wagner in a blog post late last week.
Stone Smoked Porter was the second beer produced by Stone, which opened in San Marcos, California by Wagner and Greg Koch.
“Times change and so must our beer lineup,” the blog post stated, “however heartbreaking it may be for us.”
Instead of halting production immediately, Stone will make the beer through the summer and celebrate the 20 years it has been around.
Stone increased production from 2014 to 2015 by 13.4 percent, up to 325,645 barrels. The number is expected to increase for 2016 once the new east coast facility is up and running.
Along with 41 states, Stone is available in Washington D.C., Puerto Rico and 14 other countries. Stone expects to be available in all 50 states by the end of the 2016 fourth quarter along with five more countries through its Stone-Berlin, Germany facility, which will open this summer.