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Gluten-free Brewery Seeks Kickstarter Funding for Cannery Operation

Celiac.com 04/22/2015 - Ground Breaker Brewery is a Portland-based 100-percent dedicated gluten-free brewery that has been selling their popular ales throughout the Pacific Northwest since 2011.

Photo: Chris BettsGround Breaker specializes in bold flavored ales, including dark ale made from roasted chestnuts and lentils, a bright IPA of roasted buckwheat and citrusy Crystal hops, seasonal specialties like St. Denny dubel-style ale, and Squash Ale and Coffee Pale from the Experiment Ale Series.

Currently, Ground Breaker ales are available in a large 22-ounce bottle that seems to be impeding their efforts to expand their reach into more pubs, restaurants, and grocery stores.

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The company founder James Neumeister believes that smaller, lighter cans will help the company’s efforts to grow distribution. To that end, Ground Breaker is looking to raise $20,000 in a Kickstarter campaign to help fund a canning operation.

If funded, Ground Breaker plans to have its IPA No. 5 and Olallie Ale canned and ready for sale by the beginning of June.

Kickstarter rewards start for contributions of $5 or more, and include locally designed coasters, kozies, sweatshirts, pint glasses, and more.

For donations of $2,000 or more Ground Breaker will name summer seasonal ale after you.

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