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Tuesday, August 30th 2016

Wild Goose Canning and Maheen Manufacturing Join Forces

Meheen Manufacturing and Wild Goose Canning
Join Forces to Better Serve Craft Industry

Boulder, Colorado and Pasco, WashingtonMeheen Manufacturing and Wild Goose Canning announced today that they have combined their businesses. The exciting combination brings together the leading manufacturers of bottling and canning solutions for microbreweries and a deep, diverse group of talented and passionate people. The Meheen-Wild Goose team now boasts the unrivaled ability to serve the industry by providing complete retail packaging msolutions to microbreweries and other craft producers. Meheen and Wild Goose will continue offering and supporting their current products. At the same time, they look forward to harnessing their unified experience, industry knowledge and ingenuity to build on their tradition of innovation.

“We’re thrilled about the Meheen-Wild Goose partnership and the opportunities it creates for our customers and employees,” said Dan Cleary, President of Meheen. “Both Meheen and Wild Goose are passionate about supporting craft, and together we’ll be uniquely positioned to do that. We know some craft producers prefer cans, some bottles and many want both. Our team will now be empowered to help microbreweries and other craft producers select and purchase the world’s best packaging solutions – cans, bottles or both – for their needs and preferences.”

“This combination makes tremendous sense on so many levels,” said Alexis Foreman, the President and one of Wild Goose’s founders. “Wild Goose and Meheen have crossed paths for years, and we’ve come to recognize we have a lot in common – from our dedication to serving craft, to our tradition of innovation, to a long list of common customers. When the opportunity to join forces arose, we immediately saw the benefits it would generate. We’re looking forward to taking advantage of the best both companies have to offer to better serve our customers.”

About Meheen Manufacturing. Meheen is the leading manufacturer of bottling machines and related equipment for microbreweries and other craft producers. Born in the early days of the original American craft beer renaissance and from a desire to protect the quality, taste and

integrity of craft beer, Meheen has been delivering industry-leading carbonating and filling technologies to our customers for over 20 years. Crafted in the USA from its facility in Pasco, Washington, Meheen’s machines are currently ensuring beverage quality and consistency in all 50 U.S. states and countries around the world. Learn more at www.meheen.com.

About Wild Goose Canning. Wild Goose is the leading manufacturer of canning machines and related equipment for microbreweries and other craft producers. It all began on a summer afternoon with one unhappy brewer, five cans a minute, two engineers and a few cold ones. When asked to help troubleshoot a local, Boulder-brewery’s faulty canning system, Wild

Goose’s founders realized they could not only fix it, but build a better one from the ground up. They debuted the first Wild Goose Canning system in 2011 and found a sweet spot in the craft industry: the need for a small-footprint system that canned beer dependably, inexpensively and was supported by best-in-class customer service. Since then Wild Goose has taken off, and revolutionized canning along the way. Learn more at www.wgcanning.com.

For more information, please contact Meheen and Wild Goose at pr@meheen.com and pr@wgcanning.com.


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