Where is henry weinhard root beer sold

Is Henry Weinhard root beer still available?

Now the beer named after him, and brewed locally since 1976, has been discontinued by parent company Molson Coors. Molson Coors CEO Gavin Hattersley announced the company will be discontinuing the beer, along with 10 other economy brands, as it shifts it focus to premium brands and newer offerings like hard seltzers.

Who makes Henry Weinhard root beer?

Molson Coors

Henry Weinhard’s Private Reserve, once the pride of Northwest beer drinkers and hailed by many as Oregon’s first craft beer, is being discontinued by current owner Molson Coors after more than four decades of production.

Who distributes Henry’s hard soda?

Hard Soda | Henry’s Hard Soda | United Distributors.

Did IBC root beer go out of business?

IBC Root Beer is an American brand of root beer now owned by Keurig Dr Pepper. It was originally owned by IBC until it went out of business.
IBC Root Beer.

Type private
Industry Beverage
Founded 1919
Defunct unknown
Fate closed, IBC name sold

How much alcohol is in Henry Weinhard?


Henry Weinhard’s Private Reserve Craft Beer American Pale Lager 4.7% ABV Cans – 18-12 Fl. Oz.

Are they discontinuing Hamm’s beer?

Milwaukee’s Best Premium is being retired but its Light and Ice versions will still be brewed. Elsewhere, a couple of light beers are being dropped: Miller High Life Light and Hamm’s Special Light are both being retired.