Local G&M President Adam Vitale Says Consumers Could See Less Imported Brews This Fall

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Like several other businesses and organizations facing supply chain concerns, G&M Distributors is no different. President Adam Vitale says difficulties receiving imports from overseas could impact the stocking of German Oktoberfest brews:

“Anything coming from Europe has been difficult and we are struggling right now even to get Oktoberfest beers from Germany just because of the shipping issues coming from across the ocean. This year I think, unfortunately, consumers will see less German Oktoberfest beers. However, there are some great domestic versions of Oktoberfest that go in the same manner. It has been fun to experiment with different beers over the years and try to grow our portfolio, whether it’s a local craft, regional craft, or something from the international scene.”

G&M Distributors is currently in their 76th year of operation.

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