SOUTH BURLNGTON, Vt. — Cold Brewtus Coffee Roasters, Inc., an early entrant into the craft cold brew coffee segment today reported adding several new distribution partners to fuel the continued sales growth of its Cold Brew Coffee product line.
The company reported new distribution contracts have been signed in key metropolitan New York areas including Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan and Bergen and Passaic Counties in New Jersey. New distributors will carry the full line of Cold Brewtus products including its RTD Nitro and Espresso 12oz cans and 20L Nitro Keg package. These additions expand the Cold Brewtus distribution network in highly attractive markets and are an indication that the Cold Brewtus brand of RTD and Keg cold brew coffees continue to gain in popularity.
“After building a solid consumer brand following in New England, expanding our distribution footprint into the New York metropolitan area was a logical next step in our growth strategy,” said Founder and Managing Partner Bill Peters. “Adding both food service and retail shelf presence for our ready to drink Cold Brew Coffees will boost revenue and production
Cold Brewtus launched in 2015 has gained consumer fans across Vermont and new England and the resulting business growth has been impressive.
“We’re a small company with big plans and adding these major distribution partners will allow us to reach hundreds more retailers in one of the most important markets in the country,” said Peters. “While we are growing, our commitment to the highest quality, craft cold brew coffee will remain our focus and continued commitment to our customers”.
About Cold Brewtus
The culmination of years of hard work and passion, Cold Brewtus officially started operations at the beginning of 2015. Father and son team Bill and Will Peters, together with friends and partners, set out to bring a superior cold brew coffee to the state of Vermont. The company has continued to expand outside its home state while maintaining its commitment to the small batch, craft cold brew coffee process without sacrificing any of the qualities that has made them a hometown success.