It has been a good start to 2017 for Lost Craft Inc. First the success of Revivale in 2016, second the launch of their new beer Crimzen, and now the acquisition Sextant Craft Brewing. This announcement will now add a third beer (Why so Sirius) to their portfolio. The beer will go through a re-branding process before being re-launched into the LCBO and Grocery stores Spring 2017.
See the full Press Release below.
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Lost Craft Inc. (“Lost Craft”) today announced that it has acquired the assets of Sextant Craft Brewery (“Sextant”). “We are excited to announce the acquisition. The transaction adds a refreshing American style Pale Ale that is complimentary to Lost Craft’s core year-round product portfolio. Sextant’s flagship beer, “Why So Sirius ?”, is well balanced and sessionable, consistent with Lost Craft’s brewing philosophy.” said Shehan De Silva, Lost Craft CEO. “We viewed Lost Craft as a partner of choice. The Company’s passion to make approachable craft beer was consistent with our vision and we’re thrilled that the Sextant legacy will live on under the Lost Craft banner.” said Dave Wingfelder, Sextant CEO. Lost Craft intends on rebranding “Why So Sirius?” which is expected to be re-launched in LCBO and Grocery stores Spring 2017.
About Lost Craft Inc.
Founded in 2015, Lost Craft is a craft beer company that focuses on brewing world class session style craft beer. The Company travels the globe to source beer styles from around the world to inspire their recipe development. Lost Craft’s core brands include Revivale, a German-style lagered ale, and Crimzen, an English-style red ale. Based in Toronto, the world’s most multicultural city, Lost Craft embraces diversity and is committed to being active in the communities where they operate.
About Sextant Craft Brewery
Founded in 2015, born out of an appreciation for good beer and a love of travel, Sextant is the brainchild of husband and wife team Dave Wingfelder and Cindy Eveline. Sextant’s successful flagship beer, “Why So Sirius”, has distribution in licensees, LCBO, and grocery stores across Ontario. Based in Toronto, Sextant brews under contract at Common Good Beer Co. For further information, please contact: Shehan De Silva Founder 416 271 5980 firstname.lastname@example.org David Wingfelder Founder 416 707 9837 email@example.com