Oskar Blues Brewery, a Colorado-based craft brewery and maker of first American craft beer in a can, is all set to distribute its beers in Delaware from 17 February 2014.

The brewery has signed a deal with Standard Distributing Company to make all its beers available on draft and in cans at bars, restaurants and retailers across the Delaware.

Some of the beers that will be available include Dale’s Pale Ale, Mama’s Little Yella Pils, and Old Chub that will be available in 12oz six and twelve packs and a mixed-pack called CANundrum.

The Dale’s and the Mama’s will also be available in 19.2 single-serve imperial pints ‘stovepipe’ cans.

The imperial brews including Deviant Dale’s and G’Knight Imperial Red are sold in 16oz four-packs, while the seasonal brews including Ten FIDY (fall/winter) and GUBNA (spring/summer) are available in 12oz four-packs.

Oskar Blues Brewery marketing director, Chad Melis, said the state of Delaware is a great fit for Oskar Blues’ passion for the outdoors, music, craft beer and their line-up of complex craft beer in a can.

"We look forward to having our North Carolina-brewed beers reach into almost all corners of the Eastern seaboard," Melis added.

To support the launch in Delaware, the brewery is coming up with launch events and parties at select retailers from 17-19 February 2014.

Delaware will join Minnesota, Idaho, southern Alabama, and central California that were recently introduced to Oskar Blues’ beers.

With the addition of Delaware, the brewery currently distributes its beers to 33 states in the US.

Oskar Blues also plans to expand distribution footprint to Kansas, Nevada and Missouri in 2014.