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  1. Shipping

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    • We currently can only ship beer in CA and select areas of NV
    • All beer is packed with nitrile gloves in a clean, sterile environment
    • With the exception of Kegs, any item purchased at thebruery.com/shop is eligible for shipping.
    • No minimum order required and you can mix and match cans, bottles, crowlers as you please.
    • We ship orders daily, and they typically arrive within 2-3 business days.
    • Because it’s alcohol you’ll need to show your ID at the time of delivery
    • Shipments only go out Monday – Friday

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  2. Loakal Delivery

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    We’re expanding our delivery zones! Starting Wednesday 4/1/20 we willl be delivering to Santa Ana and Irvine. Place your orders before 2:00 PM on Wednesday to have your order delivered that day Wednesday.


    We now offer safe, contact free delivery methods. Here are a few things you should know.

    • All beer is handled with nitrile gloves in a clean, sterile environment
    • With the exception of Kegs, any item purchased at thebruery.com/shop is eligible for Loakal Delivery
    • No minimum order required. Loakal Delivery costs $5, but if you spend over $50 delivery is free
    • Because it’s alcohol, please have your ID ready at the time of delivery
    • For both your safety and our Bruers’ safety, we request that you have your own pen ready to sign for delivery
    • Society Member’s with cellared orders qualify for Loakal Delivery, just email society@thebruery.com what you’d like to have delivered and we’ll handle the rest.
    • Orders placed before 2:00 PM PDT will be delivered same-day
    • Deliveries occur 7 days per week
    • If you live in CA but not in our delivery zone, you can still have your beer shipped to you!
    • Please bear with us as we navigate this new process – we’re sure there will be a few hiccups.
    • The following zip codes are currently eligible for Loakal Delivery: 92780, 92782, 92801, 92802, 92804, 92805, 92806, 92807, 92808, 92821, 92823, 92831, 92832, 92833, 92835, 92861, 92865, 92866, 92867, 92868, 92869, 92870, 92886, 92887, 92612, 92614, 92617, 92618, 92620, 92602, 92603, 92604, 92606, 92701, 92703, 92704, 92705, 92706, 92707
    • See the delivery Zone map below to see if you qualify for Loakal Delivery options
  3. Virtual Happy Hours

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    We miss seeing all of your smiling faces at the Tasting Rooms, so we figured let’s find a way to be social and safely keep our distance. You’re all invited to join us on Thursday at 5:00 PM PDT for a virtual happy hour. Drink along and ask questions as our Bruers share cheers, and behind the scenes stories. On Thursday 3.26.20 for HH, we’ll be playing a game called Stump The Bruers – where we invite everyone to flex their knowledge and ask our Bruers questions about The Bruery Beers and The Bruery History – take this quick survey to help us get some questions ready. This week’s Virtual HH Beers, will be featured in a drink-along pack, available to order online with free shipping and delivery.

    The Virtual Happy Hour Set List

    Please make sure to order early to ensure your package arrives before our Virtual Happy Hour. We can’t guarantee your order will arrive prior, but our cut off is on Wednesday at 2:00 PM PDT for Loakal Delivery, and 12:00 PM PDT for CA shipping.

    • Offshoot Unwind 16oz can
    • Grey Monday 16oz can
    • So Happens It’s Tuesday: Mole 16oz can
    • Hoppy Horsey 750ml bottle
    • Love Bites 16oz can
    • Frucht: Dragon Fruit Guava 750ml bottle

    If you missed last week’s Virtual Happy Hour, you can catch them all live YouTube or live on Facebook. Watch our first episode below!

    Virtual Happy Hour

     


  4. Local Delivery

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    Deliverable Zips: 92780, 92782, 92801, 92802, 92804, 92805, 92806, 92807, 92808, 92821, 92823, 92831, 92832, 92833, 92835, 92861, 92865, 92866, 92867, 92868, 92869, 92870, 92886, 92887

    We’re improvising here, but why not? We’re putting our Tasting Room staff on the road (with proper safety precautions, of course) to deliver beer right to your door. Order online by 2:00 pm and we’ll deliver your order the very same day. Simply choose “Loakal Delivery” at checkout, it may show a price attached but that will be be discounted down in your order summary as you checkout.

    You can start placing orders today, but delivery won’t begin until Friday 3.20. Make sure to get your order in before 2:00 pm on Friday 3.20. Please bare with us as their may be a few hiccups in our new system. We’re doing our best to get you beer safely! Deliveries start Friday, 3.20.

    No minimums, order your beer and select “Loakal Delivery” at checkout
    $5 Loakal Delivey cost, free delivery on orders over $50
    Orders placed before 2:00 pm will be delivered the same day
  5. February Brue News

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    Love is in the air and soon to be in your glass. We can’t wait to share this month’s new releases, including some chocolate-inspired Valentine’s Day beers. This month we’ll also be hosting an exclusive three-course pre-set beer pairing dinner in collaboration with Chef Chris Tzorin. Learn more and get your tickets here.

    Make sure to check out our Events Page to see all the latest food trucks and happenings at the Tasting Rooms. For full draft and bottle lists at all three locations, head to our Visitor’s Page . To find distributed beers near you, like Ruekeller Helles (now available in cans and draft across the country!), head to our Beer Finder. Don’t forget – all new February beers will be on tap starting today, Tuesday February 4th for Hoarders and Reserve Society members at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room. We open at 2! Now keep reading to get the inside pour from VP of Brewing Operations Darren Moser, Production Director Jeremy Grinkey, aka Sour Jesus, and Production Manager at The Bruery Terreux, Keith Pumilia – on this month’s releases.

    White Chocolate Raspberry

    • Style: Ale Aged in Bourbon Barrels with Cacao Nibs, Vanilla Beans and Raspberries
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve
    • Member Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More

    Frambulous

    • Style: Sour blonde ale aged in oak barrels with raspberries
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation, Public (available 2.7.20)
    • Member Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Public Availability – On tap and in bottles at both Tasting Rooms starting 2.7.20. Limited distribution in February. 
    • Learn More 

    Tart of Darkness with cherry and vanilla – rum barrel-aged

    • Style: Sour stout aged in rum barrels with cherries and vanilla
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve
    • Member Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More

    Love Bites

    • Style: Imperial Stout with Strawberry and Cacao Nibs added
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation, Public (available 2.7.20)
    • Member Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Public Availability – On tap and in bottles at both Tasting Rooms starting 2.7.20
    • Learn More

    Twice Peached

    • Style: Sour blonde ale aged in oak barrels with white peaches
    • Access: Hoarders
    • Member Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More

    Wee So Heavy

    Hey Hoarders! We apologize but we didn’t have packaged beer ready at the time of this content shoot. We’ll make sure to include detailed tasting notes with your email. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at society@thebruery.com.

    • Style: Scotch-style Wee Heavy Ale aged in Brandy Barrels
    • Access: Hoarders
    • Member Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
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    White Chocolate

    • Style: Ale Aged in Bourbon Barrels with Cacao Nibs and Vanilla Beans
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation, Public (available 2.7.20)
    • Member Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Public Availability – On tap and in bottles at both Tasting Rooms starting 2.7.20. National distribution in February. 
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  6. January Brue News

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    The team here at The Bruery is excited to kick off 2020 with a flavor flood of new releases, exciting events, and all new distributed releases. 

    Make sure to check out our Events Page to see all the latest food trucks and happenings at the Tasting Rooms. For full draft and bottle lists at all three locations, head to Our Visitor’s Page . To find distributed beers near you, like Ruekeller Helles (coming late January), head to our Beer Finder. Don’t forget – all new January beers will be on tap starting Tuesday, January 7th for Hoarders and Reserve Society members at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room. Now keep reading to get the inside pour from VP of Brewing Darren Moser and Director of Production Jeremy Grinkey, aka Sour Jesus, on this month’s releases.

    Aloha Friday

    • Style: Imperial Stout aged in Bourbon Barrels with Toasted Coconut and Macadamia Nuts
    • Access: Hoarders Only
    • Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More  

    Frucht: Dragon Fruit Guava

    • Style: Berlin-Style Tart Wheat Ale with Dragon Fruit and Guava added
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation, Public
    • Availability: Online, on tap at both Tasting Rooms, Distribution
    • Learn More  

    Bakery: Cherry Pie

    • Style: Imperial Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels with Cherries, Cinnamon and Natural Vanilla Flavor Added
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation, Public
    • Availability: Online, on tap at both Tasting Rooms, Distribution
    • Learn More  

    Rue Sans

    • Style: Sour rye ale with Roussanne grapes aged in oak barrels
    • Access: Hoarders Only
    • Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More  

    Black Tuesday Two-Year Wine Barrel-Aged

    • Style: Imperial Stout aged for two years in CA sourced red-wine barrels
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve
    • Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More

    Room for You

    • Style: Sour blonde ale aged in oak barrels with peaches and nectarines.
    • Access: Hoarders and Reserve
    • Availability: Online and on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
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    Filmishmish

    • Style: Sour blonde ale aged in oak barrels with apricots
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation
    • Availability: Online, on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More

    Muffin Stuffin

    • Style: Imperial Stout with Blueberry, Vanilla and Cinnamon
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, in the Preservation Society Pack
    • Availability: Online, limited bottle pours at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More

    Mash and Vanilla

    • Style: Bourbon barrel-aged Barleywine with vanilla added
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation
    • Availability: Online, on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room, Distribution
    • Learn More

    Horse in the Orchard

    • Style: Foeder-aged saison ale with apricot and plum
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation
    • Availability: Online, on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More

    Hoppy Horsey

    • Style:Dry-hopped Foeder-aged Saison Ale
    • Access: Hoarders, Reserve, Preservation
    • Availability: Online, on tap at The Bruery – Terreux Tasting Room
    • Learn More

  7. Quality Time, Quality Beer

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    There’s nothing quite like a shared beer, a shared meal, and shared conversation— we like to think our beers help guide all three. Inspired by flavor, many times, our beers sing harmoniously with amazing dishes, but can just as easily also inspire food creations.

    This year for Father’s Day, we thought there was no better gift than a shared meal and some quality time with quality beer. Our founder and Master Cicerone, Patrick Rue, shares his perfect Father’s Day meal paired with our Father’s Day Preservation Society Pack. Enjoy!

    Course 1: Cheese Appetizer + Baguette paired with Annuel

    The richness, slight funk, and acidity of Annuel is a perfect pairing with a creamy, soft, washed rind cheese spread onto a toasted, buttered baguette. Red Hawk from Cowgirl Creamery fits the bill, with it’s pungent, rustic aroma, and buttery, truffled flavor. Make sure to leave the cheese out at room temperature for an hour or so before serving, to fully enjoy the flavors.

    Course 2: Soup + Salad paired with Kisses Betwixt Mr. and Mrs. This is Ridiculous

    This funky, acidic beer, with a hint of wine notes, is a blend of a saison and sour blonde with a light, refreshing body. It pairs well with a light, zesty salad, where the flavors are complementary, or with a cream based soup, where the flavors and textures are contrasting. A simple salad made with micro-kale, frisee lettuce, chevre (fresh goat cheese), olive oil, lemon juice, salt & pepper, and perhaps some toasted almond slices fits the bill. A creamy soup made with roasted cauliflower and roasted garlic with a garnish of dill would also be an excellent pairing.

    Course 3: Smoked Short Ribs paired with Acier

    Our solera-blended anniversary ale is quite rich and pairs well with equally rich food. Smoked short ribs with a side of cheesy, buttery grits would be my first choice. In addition to the dry rub applied before cooking the short ribs, I’d suggest reapplying a dry rub consisting of salt and brown sugar in the last two hours of cooking to give a burnt caramel flavor to the ribs, which matches the flavors of the beer.

    Course 4: Dessert paired with Mash & Coconut

    This beer is dessert on its own, though it’s Father’s Day, so let’s find the perfect pairing. I’d suggest going with a dessert that is somewhat low in sweetness but high in richness and texture, as the sweetness of the beer may be overshadowed by a sweet dessert. Mochi Cake with unsweetened whipped cream and balsamic marinaded strawberries would be a fun pairing. The spongy, buttery, slightly chewy cake enhances the toasted coconut flavor of the beer, and the tart and sweet strawberries offers a bit of contrast to the beer.

    Introduce dad to The Bruery

    Get our Father’s Day special Preservation Pack: Four beers, two The Bruery tulip glasses, and a special Father’s Day greeting card.

  8. Hold The Spoon Release

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    After months of recipe development, we’re ready to unveil our collaboration with Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams: Hold The Spoon . Early access for Society members starts online on March 4 and in online and in the Bruery Terreux Tasting Room on March 6, 2019. After meeting with our friends at Jeni’s, it became clear that we both focus on creating one-of-a-kind flavors utilizing only the best ingredients, making this collaboration a natural marriage of our two disruptive brands with fanatic followings.

    Hold The Spoon is an Imperial Blonde Ale inspired by the flavors of Jeni’s Salted Peanut Butter with Chocolate Flecks ice cream. Our innovation manager, Andrew Bell, states, “This was a fun project collaborating with a great craft company from another industry. Tasting through a bunch of ice creams is something we don’t often do at work at a brewery.” The decision to make a beer inspired by this particular ice cream was an easy one, Bell continues. “Jeni’s Salted Peanut Butter with Chocolate Flecks was one of our favorites from the start. It has a bold roasted peanut butter character that is balanced with the creaminess from the dairy, just the right amount of sugar and a surprising salty edge that really made you want to get another spoonful. We made this beer with the simple goal of conveying the wonderful experience of eating Jeni’s Ice Cream in… beer form,” he says.

    Jeni Britton Bauer, founder of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, adds, “I was so excited when the Bruery came to us with this idea — and I don’t think they could have picked a better ice cream to turn into a beer. I love everything the Bruery does, and this beer is no exception.”

    Hold The Spoon is brewed with lactose, cacao nibs, peanut flour and salt. It’s a full bodied, creamy beer with delicate notes of chocolate and peanut butter. The beer will be available online at www.thebruery.com and in tasting rooms, with a public launch party on March 6 at Bruery Terreux. Hold The Spoon will retail at $5.99 per can.

    The Hold The Spoon Launch Party will include:

    • Scoops provided by Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams
    • Beer Pairings for purchase
    • Make your own beer floats for purchase
    • Collectible Glassware for purchase
    • Cans of Hold the Spoon for purchase to-go
  9. February 2019: Society Member Monday

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    Every first Monday of the Month we shutdown Terreux to the public, and invite our Reserve Society and Hoarders Society members to join us for an intimate evening with the team. We offer pours and tasters of new releases for the month and host a Bruer’s panel – where our brewers will walk you through the inspiration and process for each beer, and answer any questions. February’s event was a blast. Jeremy Grinkey and Nathan Watkins, walked our members through More Room For More, S’more BBL’s, Mocha Wednesday, and more. Here are a few our favorite conversations.

    Jeremy speaks on the lineage and work that goes into making More Room For More

    Jeremy starts by going in depth on the passion and aggressive amounts of fruit that go into More Room For More. Next he speaks to the inspiration behind S’more BBLs.

    Jeremy talks S’more BBLs

    Hoarders can find both beers in their current allocations and Reserve Society members have access to S’more BBLs. Don’t forget to join us for the next Society Member Monday on Monday, March 4 at the Bruery Terreux Tasting Room to enjoy another Bruer’s panel and Society-only happenings:

    Micro Science of Brewing:
    Our Quality Assurance Team will be there to give you the insight of what we do to ensure our beer is of the highest quality.

    Sensory Training:
    How do we describe beers and notice when an off-flavor may be present? We’ll show you how!

    Embroidery:
    Bring in items to be embroidered (hats, shirts, sweatshirts) for $5 per piece. Items will be collected during this Society Member Monday ONLY. Embroidered items have to be picked up during April’s Society Member Monday. #HoardersSociety has a limit of 8 items and #ReserveSociety has a limit of 4 items.

    Hope to see you there!

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