Budweiser, Bud Light, Select 55, Bud Light Lime, Lime-A-Rita, Bud Chelada, Bud Light Platinum, Black Crown, Bud Ice, Michelob, Michelob Light, Michelob Ultra, Michelob Amber Bock, Busch, Busch Light, Busch Ice, Natural Light, Natty Daddy, Margaritaville, Shock Top, Rolling Rock, Redbridge, Goose Island, Wild Blue and many more.
Legend Brewing, Devil's Backbone Brewing, Clipper City Brewing, Oskar Blues Brewery, Victory Brewing, Lancaster Brewing, Coastal Brewing, Starr Hill Brewery, Tiger Brewery, Redhook, Widmer Brothers, Kona Brewing Company, Waterfront Brewing, Blue & Gray Brewing, SweetWater Brewery, Lonerider Brewing and many more.
Copa di Vino, Beck's, Kirin Ichiban, Bass Ale, Leffe Brown, Leffe Blonde, Boddington's, Hoegaarden, Stella Artois, Grolsch, Gulden Draak, Petrus, Bavik, Wittekerke, Boucanier, Troubadour, King Cobra, Hurricane, Johny Bootleggers, DJ Trotters, Four Loko, Bold Rock Cider, Vermont Hard Cidery, Johnny Appleseed Hard Cider and many more.
Icelandic Glacial Water, Arizona Teas, Arizona Arnold Palmer Flavors, Taste of Florida Premium Mixers, Wild Olive Mixers, Tropical Mary Bloody Mary Mixes, Kill Cliff Recovery Drinks, Dominion Orange Cream Soda, Black Cherry, Ginger Ale, Root Beer and many more.
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In 2014, J. F. Fick, Inc has achieved a 48.6% market share, selling in excess of 2.3 million cases and employing 106 people that serve nearly 1000 accounts for a population of 580,000 people, covering 5 counties.November 17, 2014
The last decade has brought about a revival of small micro craft brewers and JF Fick, Inc. is proud to be the largest Virginia craft beer distributor in the Manassas Fredericksburg region. We carry the finest local crafts available, Starr Hill from Crozet, Devil’s Backbone from Lexington, Legend from Richmond and Blue Gray from Fredericksburg.November 1, 2014
With flat sales in the early 1990's due to the excise tax increase, J.F. Fick, Inc. was forced to rethink its position with regards to a satellite distribution center and in 1997 opted to expand the Fredericksburg location and move the entire operation in 1998. A new fleet facility was constructed and the corporate distribution center was expanded to 54,000 square feet. 1999 was the year the entire beer industry shook off the impact of the excise tax increase and began setting expectations of increasing sales.November 27, 2000
On Tuesday, December 14, 1982, J.F. Fick, Inc. reached a milestone as 1 million cases in 1 year was sold. This achievement moved J.F. Fick, Inc. to become the benchmark for beer wholesalers in our area. Again, sales increases saw the need in 1984 to expand and another 12,000 square feet was added in addition to a 4,000 square foot refrigerated draught cooler capable of handling 3000 kegs. Sales continued to grow and in 1988 J.F. Fick, Inc. seeing the need for even more warehouse space began looking for property in Fredericksburg, VA. 1989 saw the completion of a new 35,000 square foot corporate distribution center. The location at Stafford became a satellite distribution center.November 17, 2000
The 1960’s brought thousands of new customers to the area and in 1969 J.F. Fick, Inc. was again moving to a larger warehouse. This new larger warehouse was located in the Town of Quantico on a rail siding. Steady sales growth and the 1971 opening of an Anheuser-Busch Brewery in Williamsburg, VA required that J.F. Fick, Inc. again start considering another larger warehouse. Inadequate industrial zoning in Prince William County and no longer requiring the need for rail shipments, J.F. Fick, Inc. headed south to a 9.5 acre tract at Midway in Stafford County, where in 1973 a 15,000 square foot block and metal building with offices was opened. In addition, the warehouse in the Town of Quantico was dismantled and erected at the Stafford location as a fleet maintenance facility.November 17, 1980
In December of 1975 Magruder Fick, the youngest son of Jack and Pat Fick joined the corporation as Vice President after obtaining a degree in business management at National Business College in Roanoke, VA. The first 40 years saw J.F. Fick, Inc. grow from 2 employees with 1 truck to 38 people and a fleet of 25 vehicles. The late 1970’s brought about the change from small straight trucks to route tractors with trailers and customized refrigerated draught party trailers.May 17, 1980
Jack Fick becomes sole owner and President of J.F. Fick, Inc. in January of 1958.November 17, 1960
Sales continued to grow through the Korean War years due to a steady flow of troops through the local military bases. The end of the Korean War in 1954 brought about a change in sales trends as the military bases de-staffed and the very beginning of the population boom began in the Prince William County area. No longer was the military J.F. Fick, Inc.’s largest customer base.July 10, 1960
Beer was brought into the Triangle warehouse from the Anheuser-Busch distribution center in Washington, DC. Within a year, increasing sales of the Budweiser brand required that a larger warehouse be acquired to accommodate a growing inventory. 1937 saw J.F. Fick, Inc. move its location to Fuller Heights Road across from the family farm located between Triangle and Quantico Marine Corp Base.October 10, 1940
J.F. Fick, Inc. began its proud relationship with Anheuser-Busch 78 years ago, starting with a warehouse, which was actually a one-car garage located behind Oertly’s Grocery on March 6, 1936. The founder, John F. Fick, Sr. with a helper and an old pulpwood truck started delivering Budweiser from the warehouse on Old Triangle Road in Triangle, Virginia.March 6, 1940