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The Austin-based company today announced the close of a $17 million funding round led by Boulder Investment Group Reprise (BIGR), a growth equity fund the partners with early-stage natural and organic products.
Given the investments into a cohort of cold brew companies and the pervasiveness of the new style, it’s likely that stores and distributors are going to need to find room for both clean and sweet cold brew styles. Thus far, it’s been left to individual companies to carve out their own philosophy towards indulgence.
For the creatives descending upon Austin for the week-long celebration of the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries, High Brew Coffee has dedicated a "Keep Austin Wired" team to bring the ready-to-drink cold-brew coffee to those in need of a boost
Following an expansion of its distribution partnership with Dr Pepper Snapple Group, High Brew Coffee has solidified its national DSD network and set its sights on doubling its presence in the convenience store channel, according to company founder and CEO David Smith. BevNET spoke with Smith at last week’s NACS 2016 show, where the cold brew coffee company unveiled a new protein-infused variety.
COCO5 today announced new distribution of its all-natural flavored coconut water beverages in 415 Target stores across the U.S. Meanwhile, premium soda and kombucha maker Reed’s, Inc. announced that its Reed’s Ginger Brew products are now available in 1,335 Target stores throughout the country.
Speaking from his company’s Austin headquarters, CEO David Smith discussed the raise further in a call with BevNET, saying the new funding will go towards further expansion of the company’s sales and marketing efforts and getting more “feet on the street,” which will see the buildout of a High Brew field marketing team across the country.
Johnson brings nearly 19 years of experience to the High Brew family, where she will be responsible for generating awareness for the brand through trade and consumer activities; ultimately helping to drive sales
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