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Jones Brewing begins shipping Stoney's beer to South Korea.

Jones Brewing Co., of Smithton, PA., announced that it began shipments to Korea of its Stoney's brand of non-alcoholic brew.

The initial orders will be for the Seoul, Korea area, with distribution throughout the rest of South Korea within the year.

The export arrangement was the culmination of joint efforts by Jones Brewing Co., and California Imperial Trading, and S&Y Trade of Seoul, Korea, both import/export companies.

All parties expect the initial shipment to signal the start of a long term exporting relationship, that will eventually see Stoney's and other Jones products throughout Asia.

The move into South Korea follows the successful export by Jones Brewing into Canada.

Negotiations have also been taking place with representatives from several other possible export areas.
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Title Annotation:Jones Brewing Co.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Apr 5, 1993
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