Community Brewing Ventures (CBV) and Bay Cannon Beer Company, through a partnership first announced in March 2021, announced that the Bay Cannon brand is available for purchase in over 12 states.Read more
Behind the wide garage doors of downtown Newton’s former fire station, rows of towering silver brewing vats fill nearly half of the expansive space. The station got a facelift over the past year. The front of the building is painted blue and gray and a sleek bar was added in the back. A sign on the building represents its new habitants — Community Brewing Ventures, a beer brewing collaborative started by the founder of D9 Brewing.Read more
Newton, NC — Community Brewing Ventures (CBV) is a disruptive model that discovers, produces, and promotes the most innovative craft brands in the beverage industry. But what does that even mean? After completing its first round of funding in early 2021, CBV is announcing its first round of brand partnerships, explains its mission, and discusses what’s next for its ever-growing pipeline.Read more
Community Brewing Ventures has raised $2.5 million in its seed round to help like-minded brewers grow their brand.
That venture plans additional funding rounds over the next five years.
Community Brewing Ventures, a spinoff of D9 Brewing Co., looks to disrupt the traditional craft-beer model by helping breweries expand their brands - without the signigicant capital investment typically required.
D9 Brewing Co. will grow its brand via a cloud-based manufacturing model.
The Cornelius brewer has formed a spinoff company that utilizes its craft-beer experience to help like-minded breweries expand their brands — without the significant capital investment typically required.
That company, Community Brewing Ventures, looks to raise $2.5 million through its seed-round to support operations, with additional funding rounds planned over the next five years.
In June 2020, D9 Brewing Company announced the formation of Community Brewing Ventures (CBV), a disruptive business model created to assist like-minded breweries expand their brands— without the significant capital investment typically required. At the end of January 2021, CBV raised $2.5 million through its seed-round to support operations, with additional funding rounds planned over the next five years.Read more
The Community Brewing Ventures group said Thursday it has selected UpDog Kombucha as its second partner and its first non-alcoholic beverage partner.
The partnership is projected to help fund promoting the UpDog Kombucha brand with the CBV investment of capital, marketing and production resources. CBV was formed in June by D9 Brewing Co., one of the Southeast's fastest growing breweries. By January, CBV had raised $2.5 million for funding purposes.