Already, he said, Port City had lost an estimated $15,000 in tasting-room business during the weekend. The company was falling behind on bottling, too: 576 cases of Belgian-style ale were to have been bottled Monday morning, and more than a third were scheduled to go out on a distributor’s truck that same day. The beer wasn’t ready during one of the most important sales periods of the year. "July 4 is a big, big beer holiday," Butcher sighed.
Fortunately, the company found a generator and saved the 13,000 gallons of beer that was in danger as of Monday morning.
via Seattle Times.
Breweries: Port City Brewing