The first thing to know about Rifkin is that it is no ordinary brewery.
It is one of the biggest names in craft beer, a brand that has a history stretching back to the 19th century.
And, while the brewery is located in St. Petersburg, Russia, its brews are brewed under the Rifkins trademark.
And the company is no stranger to the craft beer market either.
In 2013, Rifks founder Mikhail Rifka took the helm of a Russian brewery known as the R&B Brewery.
The brewery became a hit, opening more than 20,000 breweries around the world.
The company’s beer, which includes Rifkes popular Russian lager, won the 2015 Gold Medal at the International Beer Festival in Prague.
But Rifkas newest venture is different from the R.I.P. brewery that opened its doors in St Petersburg.
The new brewery, which opened this week, will be the first of its kind in the U.S. to be located in North Carolina.
In fact, Rifekin will be building a new brewery in the Tar Heel State.
That’s right, North Carolina is home to a brewery with an American name, RIFKS, located in the town of Greensboro.
The news comes just a few days after a Rifkoins’ festival in Greensboro took place.
A number of attendees wore hats that said “Rifkin” and “North Carolina.”
The event brought together some of the most iconic North Carolinian bands, including Rifekans band, the Black Eyed Peas.
That same year, R&e also hosted a festival called North Carolina Music in the Heartland.
The festival was attended by thousands of people from across the state.
The event drew in many celebrities and artists, including Snoop Dogg, the Rolling Stones, Jay Z, and Madonna.
This year, the event will also feature a new lineup, including rapper Snoop Lion, who was recently announced as a new headliner for the festival.
This isn’t the first time Rifekins has taken over a brewery in North America.
In 2015, Riskins brand was acquired by the Rifekas parent company, which was headed by Mikhail Rifeka, the man who launched Rifkans.
The Rifeks’ brand is now owned by a private equity firm called Vassal Capital.