Kansas City, MO, USA – Kansas City Breweries Company, LLC (“Kansas City Breweries Company” or the “Company”), the revived beer maker and once the city’s largest industrial employer before the implementation of prohibition in 1920, announced today that the Company has begun selling shares of stock. The first offering will be in exchange for up to $100,000.00 to finance the co-location brewing phase of Kansas City Breweries Company’s ramp up to large-scale volume production of the company’s familiar tasting American beers. The proceeds will be used to transfer production from Regal Brau LLC, the contract brewers for the proof of concept and test marketing phase to Kansas City Breweries Company’s leased facilities in Monroe Wisconsin while the company’s proposed Kansas City, Missouri beverage complex site near Truman Road and I-435 Highway is being cleared and prepared for renovation by the owners of the former Carnation Dairy manufacturing plant.
The funds from the initial shares of stock will be used for packaging deposits and productions runs of cans stating “brewed by Kansas City Breweries Company, LLC” instead of Regal Brau, LLC for KCB Distributing. Additionally, the funds from the sale will redistribute part of the ownership from the company’s founder Terri Bricker’s personal investment to a large number of fans and customers of the KC Lite TM, KC Lager TM, and KC Malt TM beer brands in the company’s broad Midwestern regional market allowing the customers to share in the growth and success of the beers that they readily welcomed. To make the ownership readily available to the beer’s customers, the shares are offered at twenty-five cents each through GrowthFountain.com, funding portal registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”).
Ms. Bricker believes this distribution of ownership will help buck the trend toward foreign ownership and consolidation in the macro-brewing industry and insure that Kansas City Breweries Company, LLC stays American owned and headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri. Please visit us at the Overland Park Convention Center May 19 & 20 for the Tasty Expo food and beverage convention.
About Kansas City Breweries Company, LLC
Kansas City Breweries Company LLC has developed and test marketed the KC Lite TM, KC Lager TM, and KC Malt TM beer brands as the successor to Kansas City Breweries Company to begin large scale beverage manufacturing. Kansas City Breweries Company LLC is concentrating on creating high growth value propositions for beverage, grocery and convenience store markets. Kansas City Breweries Company LLC’s founding President and CEO Ms. Terri Bricker, is committed to producing the KC Lite TM, KC Lager TM, and KC Malt TM value beer brands are tapping into customer demand by being lower priced than the competition, while offering the regional affinity and identity that is associated with craft beers, but with the familiar favorite tastes of domestic beers customers make a staple in family gatherings, weekend afternoons, and evening relaxation.
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An offering statement regarding this offering has been filed with the sec. the sec has qualified that offering statement, which only means that the company may make sales of the securities described by the offering statement. It does not mean that the sec has approved, passed upon the merits or passed upon the accuracy or completeness of the information in the offering statement. You may obtain a copy of the offering circular that is part of that offering statement from: SEC
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SOURCE: Kansas City Breweries Company, LLC
For Further Information, Contact:
Ms. Terri Bricker, President and CEO
Samuel Lipari, Advisor
Kansas City Breweries Company, LLC