TORONTO, ON – Junction Craft Brewery has announced that it has acquired Woodhouse Brewing, and has established a new parent company, Junction Craft Beverage Co. (JCBC), which will oversee both brands as well as the Caribru label and partner brewing & co-packaging division, Craft Beverage Services.
As part of the acquisition, Woodhouse founder Graham Woodhouse has joined JCBC as VP of Sales, and will retain an ownership stake in the business.
“We’ve worked with the Woodhouse team for years, producing a number of products for them,” said Stuart Wheldon, CEO of JCBC, in a statement. “Bringing Woodhouse onboard is both an exciting and logical step for us. We’re excited to work with Graham and his team, supporting the great work they have done and providing them with additional infrastructure and resources to help continue to grow the brand and reach new customers.”
“As one of Ontario’s largest contract brewers, we’re proud of what we’ve accomplished over the last eight years,” added Woodhouse. “Joining JCBC, a larger organisation with a physical brewery, allows us to access new channels, more easily bringing new products to market. It’s important that we continue to serve our customers by supplying exceptional products where and however they want to purchase them. We are excited to be a part of this journey with JCBC.”
Source & Photo: Junction Craft Beverage Co.