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American Craft Beer Week – 2014

Monday, May 12th, 2014

American Craft Beer Week Logo 2014

All this week is American Craft Beer Week! To celebrate, we’ve got some great events lined up at the brewery all week long.

Wednesday – Discount Growler Fill Night
Kick off American Craft Beer Week in style with a $5 1L or $10 2L growler fill at the brewery from 6pm – 9pm!

Friday – Discount Cask Night
From 6pm – 9pm enjoy $2 cask fills until the cask runs dry. We’re not yet sure what cask we’ll bring out for the event, but we can assure you it’ll be tasty!

Saturday – Brewery Open House & Bourbon Daniel Irons Bottle Release Celebration
We’re getting our brewing done early in the week to hold an open house at our brewery. All guests are welcome to come back to the brewery, get a tour, learn about the brewing & fermentation process, see yeast under our microscope, and more! The open house will be all day long, from 11am – 8pm.

Additionally, we’re happy to report that our labels for Bourbon Barrel-Aged Daniel Irons got approved and printed. 22oz bottles will be available for sale at the brewery starting at 11am for $16. The brew will also be making a re-appearance on our tap list while supply lasts.

Sunday – New Brewery Tour
It’s been a month since our first brewery tour, so we’ve got a second one lined up for you to check out the progress made & learn more about our expansion. We’ll have two tours – one at 2:00pm and one at 3:30pm. So we can accurately prepare for the group, we ask that you please sign up here.

Cheers and Happy Craft Beer Week!

First Tour of the New Brewery

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

There are some events in history that demand being chronicled in words and pictures. The Wright Brothers’ inaugural flight at Kitty Hawk, Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon, and Commander Matt’s guided tour of the new brewery to name a few.

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Sunday, April 13th in the year 2014, shall forever be remembered as the day the faithful followers and aficionados of fine craft beer were treated to a personal guided tour of the new brew facility. Of course, in order to truly appreciate the expanse of the expansion Matt gave a quick overview of the current operation, followed by a walking tour to the future operation.

Upon reaching his destination attendees of drinking age were held spellbound as Matt pressed a high tech podium into service and shared the details planned for the new brewery.

pedestal of presentation

Podium of Presentation

Empty spaces and blank walls were painted with verbal images of a larger tasting room, state of the art 15 barrel brewery that will be visible to guests, barrels of specialty brews that will line the entry, the location of numerous 30 barrel fermentors and other specifics designed with the enjoyment of patrons in mind.

If you closed your eyes you could smell a fresh batch brewing.