ORLANDO, Fla. (June 27, 2022) – Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company, an independent craft brewery and tasting room in Orlando, Fla. was honored to pour their beers at SAVOR: Craft Beer and Food Experience at The Wharf, as well as in the Library of Congress and a tap takeover at Lost and Found DC!

“We have been looking forward to this week of events all year,” CEO and Founder, Glenn Closson mentioned.  “SAVOR has been canceled since the last event in 2019, which we poured at, so it was great to be back and also add some other events as well.”

The other events hosted with Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co. beer present were a reception at the Library of Congress, where all of the Representatives and their staff were invited to socialize and discuss current issues.  This was after the Hill Climb, where the Brewers Association scheduled meetings throughout the day with each brewery’s Representatives.  IPBCo was also able to host a tap takeover at local Craft Beer Bar Lost & Found DC, which was a great time with local Craft Beer drinkers and was a great way for us to tell our story to the local community.

SAVOR: An American Craft Beer and Food Experience is held in Washington, DC every year and hosted by the Brewers Association.  “Discover the intersection of American craft beer and culinary delight. SAVOR marries flavor-forward, independent craft beer with sublime small bites to create an unforgettable experience for beer lovers and foodies alike.”

Located in Ivanhoe Village, one of Orlando’s Main Street districts, the brewery has been open since Summer 2018 and entered distribution later that year in Central Florida with City Beverages.  That distribution partnership has grown and allowed Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co. to work with newly added Bernie Little Distributors to expand their market reach.  They are looking to add a few more distributors soon, as they expand statewide in the Florida market.

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About Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company:

Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company is an independent craft brewery that celebrates the pioneering spirit of early 20th century Lake Ivanhoe founder, George Russell. Ivanhoe Park previously served as home to beautifully lined orange groves and a pineapple farm, and was later named Joyland, an amusement and recreational park. Connecting Orlando’s illustrious past to our brewery’s commitment to community, education and the use of quality ingredients, Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company seeks to make craft beer accessible and approachable.

About the Brewers Association:

The Brewers Association is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit trade association. The association is an organization of brewers, for brewers and by brewers. Nearly 6,000 U.S. brewery members and 37,000 members of the American Homebrewers Association are joined by members of the allied trade, beer wholesalers, retailers, individuals, other associate members and the Brewers Association staff to make up the Brewers Association.