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Written by Rachael Rose   
Sunday, 17 March 2013 19:56

Green Beer
Park + Vine is expanding their selection of eco-friendly products to include beer and cider. See how they're specializing in regional, organic, gluten-free beer to offer options that support the environment and the community.

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Park + Vine is now offering a list of eco-friendly, gluten-free, regionally-made beers


Park + Vine is known for having a wide selection of eco-friendly products, including furniture, baby supplies, reusable bags, cleaning products, houseware items, and groceries. But their newest green option has customers saying "cheers" for more.

 

"We were getting a lot of inquiries from regulars who wanted to be able to pick up beer here," says Dan Korman, owner of Park + Vine.

 

Starting at the end of February, Park + Vine has been selling regional, gluten free, and organic beers and ciders. "In addition to supporting our local beers, we have a gluten free focus, since one out of four people that shop here is looking for gluten free products," says Korman.

 

Some of the brands featured in the shop include Bells' Midwestern Pale Ale and Two Hearted Ale, Tröegs' Troegenator Double Bock, Green's gluten free beer, and Samuel Smith's organic cider.

 

Park + Vine sell beer that is not filtered with any animal byproducts. "We really just want to give people more options when choosing beer in the area. We have a wide variety of options for people that want to support regional beers and those that want to enjoy beer without gluten or animal byproducts."

 

Park + Vine are currently working with two local distributors and are open to working with more. "The process to get the beer was relatively simple. We worked with the right people that were familiar with the process."

 

Park + Vine is on a waitlist to start selling wine in their stores so they can further complete the grocery side of the store.

 

"Through selling beer, we are hoping to bring in people to the store that do not come in on a regular basis," explains Korman, "We are another option for people living, working, or visiting the area. We offer a great selection and are more specialized by screening more to avoid using animal byproducts and supporting regional beers."

 

Park + Vine is planning on having an event to kick off selling beer in the shop once spring officially arrives. After the initial event, they are hoping to hold events on a regular basis.

 

"The response has been good over the past few weeks," explains Korman, "getting the word out always takes time, but we've already had our third shipment come in, which is a good sign."

 

For more information on Park + Vine, visit their website at Parkandvine.com or visit their Facebook Page.

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Rachael Rose is the Marketing/PR Intern at Cincy Chic. Send her an email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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