Distribution disruptor? Web-based platform wants to give craft brewers third-tier freedom

Distribution disruptor? Web-based platform wants to give craft brewers third-tier freedom

Craft brewers can head there and input their products of choice into the system. After uploading licenses and basic information, the maker defines product selection, calculates the listed wholesale price and defines where to distribute.

LibDib Launches First Web-Based Three-Tier Alcohol Distribution Platform 

Today, a new path to distribution is available to beverage alcohol suppliers with the unveiling of Liberation DistributionTM (LibDibTM), the first alcohol distributor and technology company to offer a three-tier compliant web-based platform. With LibDib, any maker of specialty wine, craft spirits and micro brews can easily set up distribution.

New Distribution Model for Small Producers Takes Flight

With all the consolidation going on among distributors and producers of alcoholic beverages, it’s become increasingly difficult for small producers to get their product on retail shelves and restaurant lists. But that era’s about to come to an end.

Startup develops model to connect alcohol manufacturers, sellers

Silicon Valley startup Liberation Distribution is offering an online marketplace designed to connect retailers directly with small-batch beer, wine and spirits producers. LibDib founder Cheryl Durzy said the company is the "first to offer a three-tier compliant web-based platform," although manufacturers are responsible for delivering products themselves or through a third party.

Liberation Distribution (LibDib) Launches the First Web-Based Three-Tier Alcohol Distribution Platform

New distributor uses technology to open alcohol distribution to any winery, brewery or distillery, while giving restaurants, bars and retailers access to a larger variety of boutique craft libations

LibDib Cracks the Code of Modern Three Tier Alcohol Distribution

The most shocking thing about the new Liberation Distribution (LibDib) wholesale platform is that the idea to automate distribution of alcohol on a platform that invites everyone onboard apparently escaped the great minds occupying the middle tier.