Spoetzl Brewery invested more than $1 million in upgrades to the factory to allow Shiner to begin manufacturing hard seltzers.

Also, while the Spoetzl Brewery and the Gambrinus Company are owned by the same family, Gambrinus is only involved in the sales and marketing of Shiner beers.

A story on Page A1 May 25 incorrectly attributed the investment in the plant to Shiner’s parent company, and was unclear about the relationship between the brewery and the Gambrinus Company.

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