1988 - Distribution expands throughout Alaska; Alaskan Pale is introduced as second year-round offering; Alaskan Smoked Porter is introduced as a seasonal release.
1990 - Alaskan Brewing enters the Seattle market.
1991 - What is now known as Alaskan ESB is introduced as Alaskan Autumn Ale.
1994 - First bottling run with automatic casepacker (all cases had been packed by hand).
1995 - Installation of 100-barrel brewhouse and Alaskan Brewing is first craft brewer to install a grain dryer.
1996 - Distribution expands throughout Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon.
1997 - Installation of new kegging system; distribution expands to include California.
1998 - Alaskan Brewing is first craft brewery in U.S. to install a CO2 collection plant; Alaskan Stout is introduced as a year-round offering.
2000 - Alaskan Winter Ale is introduced as a seasonal release.
2001 - Installation of a state-of-the-art bottling line.
2002 - Alaskan Summer Ale is introduced.
2003 - Alaskan Big Nugget Barleywine is introduced.
2005 - In November, Alaskan Brewing celebrates reaching 100,000 barrels (3.1 million gallons) in a single year for the first time.
2006 Alaskan Brewing brings home its 34th medal from the Great American Beer Festival; Juneau brewery celebrates 20th anniversary of Alaskan Amber with commemorative packaging run.