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Client News: First-Ever Commercial Producer of Non-Alcoholic Beer Syrups Announces Expansion Plans

The Beer Syrup Company Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Develop New Flavor, Increase Production

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Beer Syrup Company, the first-ever commercial producer of non-alcoholic beer syrups, announced today the company’s plan to develop a new flavor and increase production. The announcement comes on the heels of the company’s soft launch.

The Beer Syrup Company currently offers three flavors: Mocha Porter, Pecan Nut Brown and Bourbon Barrel Stout. The syrups use craft beer as the base ingredient instead of water and can be used for creating craft cocktails or poured on pancakes and ice cream and glazing meat or fish and grilling.

To help fund the company’s plans for expansion, The Beer Syrup Company is launching a Kickstarter campaign to raise $8,000. In addition to adding a new flavor to the product line and increasing production, the company will also use the funds raised to purchase barcodes, bulk bottle packaging and more product in order to provide better retail pricing.

“The company has debuted to tremendous support locally which is very encouraging,” said Russ Meredith, founder. “We’re eager to ramp up operations so that we can accommodate product demand, as well as increase visibility and reach even more customers with the help of retail distribution.”

Donors can participate in the Kickstarter campaign starting at the five-dollar level. Perks include stickers, bottles of syrup and pint glasses. For the $25 to $75 investment, donors’ names will be featured on The Beer Syrup Company’s founders’ page on its website. For a $500 investment, donors will receive all of the available perks, and help select the next flavor of Beer Syrup.

The Beer Syrup Company’s Kickstarter campaign begins on September 25. For more information about the company and to participate in the crowdfunding campaign, visit

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