Yesterday, Kansas Governor Laura Kellly congratulated Bev-Hub, a Wichita-based manufacturer, on investing more than $28 million into the Manhattan community as plans are made to renovate a brewery, which will create 37 new jobs.
A news release from Governor Laura Kelly’s Office says, “Bev-Hub’s expansion is proof that Kansas’ pipeline of talented, educated workers and pro-business environment can compete with anyone to recruit dynamic companies,” Governor Kelly said. “We’ll continue supporting and attracting innovative, growing companies like Bev-Hub to strengthen our economy and keep Kansans and their families in our state. Congratulations to Bev-Hub on this exciting announcement.”
Bev Hub assists beverage manufacturers through the co-packing process. Their services include canning, labeling, processing and testing, shipping, and storage.
Products handled include nitro cold brew, still cold brew, nitro cold brew lattes, cold brew lattes, tea, and water.
The state of Kansas has seen more than $2,338 billion dollars invested by businesses so far in 2021, according to Governor Laura Kelly’s Office.