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Samuel Adams brewer buys nearby local warehouse

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Boston Beer Company, the maker of Samuel Adams, with a local brewery at Upper Macungie Township in the Lehigh Valley, purchased a nearby warehouse building to handle an increased production load.

Plans to increase the capabilities and capacity at the PA brewery site in the Valley were announced last December; the corporate brewer invested in more aging and fermentation tanks at the location.

Realizing it would need additional space for more product; county records from March reveal that Boston Beer purchased a 100,000 square foot facility from Dart Advantage Warehousing Inc., which is directly adjacent to the brewery.

This new building will provide supplemental storage and warehousing for the increased production of beer. Along with the increase brewing at the Upper Macungie operation, Boston Beer will add jobs to the site, also.



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