Thanks to those of you who have visited The Bruery’s tasting room. Our opening weekend on September 5th was a great success. Here’s a heads up on what’s going on this weekend at our tasting room-
Logistics (aka boring stuff that you should probably know)…
Credit Card Payments- You can go back to saving those dollar bills for the gentleman’s club- we now accept debit and credit cards.
Growlers- We still haven’t gotten our new growlers yet, so please continue to bring your own in to be “rebranded” and filled with our draft beers.
Sports Addicts- You don’t have to miss your Friday and Saturday sports watching to come and visit us. We have a large projection tv and are more than happy to put on whatever sports are on the boob tube. We accept all sports and team affiliations, as long as you let us beat you at darts.
Now to Wet Your Appetite…
Humulus Bruin Draft Discount– due to overwhelming response, we are continuing our special on Humulus Bruin growler fills, at just $8 a fill. Come take some home on Saturday for that Sunday Football!! We will also have a special Frogs Breath cheese accompaniment to try with this beer.
Imperial Orchard White (IOW)- What’s better than a glass of cool, crisp, Orchard White, the #1 rated wit beer on Ratebeer.com? How about one with more alcohol and a bit more malt? Well we thought it sounded pretty damn good, so we created Imperial Orchard White. IOW packs a pretty good punch, at 7.7% abv. And since 7 is a lucky number, we predict that this beer will bring only good to those who drink it (or those football or baseball team picks, or stock market listings). So replace that lucky rabbit’s foot with a glass of this beer, and let the good times roll! Only $12 a growler!
Autumn Maple Sneak Preview- What? Say it again yam?!? We have a sneak preview of our Autumn Maple on draft. Coming in at over 10% abv, Autumn Maple is quite malty with the spice background of pumpkin pie (yet not overdone like many other “pumpkin” beers). We won’t be able to hide this beer for long. Come by and try some off the tap, and see what 440 lbs of yams can do for a beer. The bottles aren’t ready yet, but we will keep you posted as soon as a release date is determined.
So hire the babysitter, feed the dog, and clean your growlers. Then get your butt over to our Tasting Room!
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