In a cryptic message, the nation’s oldest brewer, hinted that it may start distributing its iconic lager beer in Michigan.
D.G. Yuengling & Son said in a Tweet: "Good news Yuengling fans! We're going to start selling beer in a new state... but where #michigan #kentucky #arkansas and #texas” -- indicating that one of those four states could be added to the brewery's distribution network.
— Yuengling Brewery (@Yuengling_Beer) December 7, 2017
Yuengling is currently only distributed in 15 states and is illegal to sell in Michigan.
A Facebook page titled “Bring Yuengling to Michighan” has nearly 3,000 followers.
The Pottsville, Penn.-based company started in 1929 and is one of the largest breweries in the country by volume, producing more than 2.5 million barrels.
Yuengling & Son is best known for it’s traditional lager, “Black and Tan,” porter, Oktoberfest and several others.