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Revolver Brewing Company Is Now Owned By Massive Beer Conglomerate MillerCoors

The Blood & Honey maker is no longer independent

Revolver Beer
Revolver Brewing, now a subsidiary of MillerCoors
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Dallas’ craft beer boom has brought so many new breweries that it’s almost hard to keep track. Now, one of the area’s most beloved breweries is making a big move.

Announced via release, Tenth and Blake Beer Company, the "craft and import division" of massive beer conglomerate MillerCoors, has reached an agreement to purchase a majority stake in Revolver Brewing, the Granbury brewery famous for its most-excellent Blood & Honey golden ale.

"We are excited to be joining the Tenth and Blake family, which shares our commitment to brewing great craft beer," said Revolver co-founder Rhett Keisler. "This partnership will allow us to maintain our brewery and operations in Granbury, while providing us with the additional resources to invest in and accelerate the growth of the Revolver brand in Texas."

The buyout shouldn’t change anything about your favorite Revolver brews. The company will operate separately from Tenth and Blake, and will keep brewing, packaging, and marketing operations in-house.

MillerCoors has not disclosed the terms of the deal, but you can bet that they shelled out a pretty penny for a brew that’s seen as much success as Blood & Honey. The sale is expected to be completed by the end of the year.