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Bold North Cellars near Alexandria reveals refreshed look

New owners say it will honor the rich history of the brands and infuses new energy into the uniqueness and vibrancy of each brand.

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Bold North Cellars recently refreshed the look of their well-known brands.
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ALEXANDRIA — Bold North Cellars, home of Carlos Creek Winery, 22 Northmen Brewery and Grapestomp, recently revealed refreshed looks for their well-known brands. The updates come after the Tyler and Michelle Bredeson purchased the family-owned business from Tyler’s parents, Kim and Tami Bredeson, in January 2022.

The refreshed look of Carlos Creek Winery, 22 Northmen Brewery, Grapestomp and Bold North Cellars honor the rich history of the brands and infuses new energy into the uniqueness and vibrancy of each brand. While the look may be new, the Bredesons said patrons can still count on the same great high-quality products and experiences created to bring people together and celebrate life.

Bold North Cellars brings the brands together and collectively incorporates the wide variety of their offerings. It was established after their brewery expansion in 2019. The Bredesons have countless ideas about the continued growth of Bold North Cellars, and as the company continues to evolve, the couple notes any future plans will be made with thoughtful intention, paying homage to the hard work of their team and family, and the support of the community.

“We’re grateful to our community and all the amazing people who support Bold North Cellars,” Michelle said. “Our focus will always be on creating welcoming experiences and quality ingredients. Wine and beer should be fun, and most importantly, really, really good! We are always reaching for this goal in everything we do,” she said.

Tyler and Michelle have worked at Bold North Cellars since 2008. Learn more about the Bold North Cellar’s family of brands at boldnorthcellars.com

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