Why is Lincoln’s brewery on the move?

By now, you know that Lincoln’s is moving into the new world of craft beer.

We can’t wait to see how this all unfolds.

So what are we missing out on?

While there are a number of reasons why Lincoln is moving in this direction, the biggest one is that the brewery has been around for more than 30 years.

That’s why we are here to explain why it is important for you to take a look at the history of the brewery and what you can expect.

The story of the beer industry has been a long one, as it has changed from a craft beer production to a multi-million dollar industry, but it all started in the late 1940s.

In the late 1950s, the German-born Henry Ford was buying up and closing down old manufacturing plants across the US.

He wanted to make a big splash in the beer market by offering a cheaper alternative to the big name beers.

He used his money to acquire Lincoln Brewing Co. as part of his plan to dominate the market.

It was a bold move that set the stage for a new era of American brewing.

The first Lincoln beers Lincoln was able to brew was the Olde English Style Beer.

It’s one of the earliest examples of an American beer made using a wheat malt.

Its popularity quickly grew, and the company eventually turned its attention to making beer that would be similar to the British variety of English Ale.

It was at this point that Lincoln decided to branch out into brewing their own beers.

Lincoln had always been interested in brewing beers for other people, and this meant that they would always be interested in bringing beer to new markets.

They were able to do this by buying out smaller brewers and importing beer directly from the UK.

This gave them the ability to make their own beer in a way that was a little bit different to what the bigger breweries had to offer.

This allowed Lincoln to start branching out into the craft beer market in the early 1950s.

It also meant that Lincoln was one of many breweries that were able in that year to launch their own line of beer.

The first Lincoln IPA, which became a hit, was created in 1954.

It is now a popular beer in its own right.

By 1956, Lincoln was the most successful American brewery, with a revenue of over $500 million.

It sold around 2 million barrels of beer a year, and was also the largest brewery in the US by volume.

Today, Lincoln is one of a number that have expanded their brewing operations and are also looking to the future.

Lincoln recently launched a new brewery in New Zealand, as well as a new tasting room in Sydney, which will feature their own range of beers.

In 2018, Lincoln announced plans to open a second brewery in London, and will be opening a third brewery in 2019.

This is a big step for the brewery as it looks to make it’s mark on the world beer scene. 

The future is looking bright for Lincoln.