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« on: September 05, 2008, 05:01:24 PM »
New kids on the block, making a big name for themselves in the So Cal area. Thought they deserved a page.

http://www.thebruery.com/

Year Round Beers

Orchard White is an unfiltered, bottle / keg conditioned Belgian-style witbier. This hazy, straw yellow beer is spiced with coriander, citrus peel and lavender added to the boil and whirlpool. A spicy, fruity yeast strain is used to add complexity, and rolled oats are added for a silky texture. (ABV: 5.7%, IBU: 15, SRM: 3, Release: Year Round, Format: 750 mL bottles and 30L kegs)

Black Orchard is an unfiltered, bottle / keg conditioned Belgian-style black wheat beer, or “black wit”, if you will. This dark but surprisingly light bodied beer is very drinkable while still having character and complexity. Chamomile is added for its floral aroma, while the coriander and citrus peel give the characteristics of a traditional witbier. (ABV: 5.7%, IBU: 15, SRM: 26, Release: Year Round, Format: 750 mL bottles and 30L kegs)

Saison Rue is an unfiltered, 100% bottle conditioned, Belgian/French-style farmhouse ale. This is a beer of subtlety and complexity, with malted rye, spicy, fruity yeast notes, biscuit-like malt backbone, and a slight citrus hop character. With age, this beer will dry out and will become more complex with rustic notes of leather and earth from the contribution of a wild yeast strain. Being a Saison, Saison Rue is ambiguous unto itself as it is a different beer when fresh and when aged. We hope you enjoy it in all of its incarnations. (ABV: 8.5%, IBU: 30, SRM: 9, Release: All Seasons, Format: 750 mL bottles)

Seasonal Beers

Our Summer seasonal, Trade Winds Tripel is a Belgian-style Golden Ale with a Southeast Asian twist. Instead of using candi sugar (typical for such a beer), we use rice in the mash to lighten the body and increase the gravity, and spice with Thai Basil. The result is an aromatic, digestible and complex beer made for a lazy summer evening. (ABV: 8%, IBU: 25, SRM: 5, Release: Summer, Format: 750 mL bottles)

The first ever batch brewed by The Bruery, Batch No. 1 is the result of a homebrew contest we held in order to determine our first batch. Loren Miraglia and Mark Graham entered a fantastic Belgian-style Golden Strong Ale that captured the judges attention. Batch No. 1 has a pepper-like spiciness and fruit forward flavors of pear and apricot. It is deceptively potent and will continue improving with age. (ABV: 11%, IBU: 20, SRM: 6, Release: One Time Only, Format: 750 mL bottles)
J> I'm telling you, eat just a little and then rub the flesh
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2008, 05:03:13 PM »
Dear Beer-Loving Friends,

We are very excited to be opening our tasting room tomorrow (Friday,
Sept. 5th) for the first time! We'll have tastings, tours, beer to go,
an amazing cask blend of very special beers, and nice people around who
love beer as much as you do. There are a few details that you might like
to know if you're planning on swinging by.

The big one: *Cash Only!* We don't yet have our credit card transaction
equipment, so please stop by an ATM before coming by. Sorry for the
inconvenience, but we'll be able to accept credit cards soon!

*Hours / Days of Tasting Room Operation:*

Friday: 2 pm - 8 pm (Tour at 6 pm)
Saturday: 12 pm - 6 pm (Tour at 4 pm)
or by appointment.

We plan to be closed on holidays and may be open on alternate days in
the event of a holiday, but we'll let you know as these dates come closer.

*Growler Fills:*

For the first few weeks, we ask you to bring your own growler! Our own
growlers aren't in yet, and we don't want to deprive you of fresh Bruery
draft beer at home. We have stickers made which cover all the bases
(legally speaking), and while it's not pretty, you won't have to pay for
a growler for the time being. Not to say you won't want a Bruery
growler, they're going to be pretty cool.

To celebrate our Gold Medals at the Los Angeles International Beer
Competition, Humulus Bruin and Black Orchard will be only $8 for a
growler fill!

Beers Available for Growler Fills:

Orchard White: $12*
*Black Orchard: $12 /(Current special of $8)/
Humulus Bruin: $12 /(Current special of $8)/*
*Hottenroth Berliner Weisse: $12

*Beer Prices @ The Bruery:*

Tasting Flight: 8 tasters for $6 ($6 of tasters can be applied towards a
to-go purchase on the date of tasting)
Cask Serving: $5 (.4L)
Draft Beers (Orchard White/Black Orchard/Humulus Bruin/Hottenroth
Berliner Weisse): $4 (.4L)*
*Keep the Glass: $8

*Bottles To Go:*

Orchard White: $8
Black Orchard: $8
Saison Rue: $12
Trade Winds Tripel: $9.5
Batch No. 1 - Levud's: $15

*Merchandise:*

- T-Shirts (Black or Grey): $15 (M-2XL), $20 (3XL - 5XL)*
*- Ladies Bamboo T-Shirts (Blue, Green, Brown, Magenta): $20 (S-XL)*
- *Rastal Glassware: $5 per glass, $8 filled with draft beer

*First Firkin Fridays & Our Mélange Series (Written by Tyler):*

Start the first weekend of the month off right, every month, with the
tapping of a new firkin (cask conditioned) at The Bruery. The first
Friday of each month will commemorate the tapping of a "Bruery special"
cask conditioned ale. To celebrate the opening of our tasting bar,
Patrick and I created a special blend of Russian Imperial Stout and
Flemish Red to kick off our Mélange Series of beers. The Mélange series
(Mélange meaning blend) consists of the brewers' most prized blend and
don't worry, we will be sure to keep it interesting for you! I'm really
excited about this, as a brewer there is nothing more fun than sitting
down with a couple of beers and creating something new, an art form in
itself. Make sure you come out this weekend; this is an in-house only
beer and who knows when we're going to see it again! No growler fills of
cask beer, unfortunately.

We're at 715 Dunn Way in Placentia, CA, right off of the 57 Freeway at
Orangethorpe. Give us a call if you get lost (714-996-6258). Looking forward to seeing
you this weekend!


Cheers,

Patrick, Rachel and Tyler
The Bruery
J> I'm telling you, eat just a little and then rub the flesh
Can't help it....I have man-love for the Cuban Missile.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2008, 05:07:39 PM »
If someone wanted to get me some of that Berliner Weiss...

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2008, 05:18:42 PM »


Arriving this Monday at my store!
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #4 on: October 30, 2008, 05:20:31 PM »
Me too.

If someone wanted to get me some of that Berliner Weiss...

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #5 on: November 12, 2008, 11:32:05 PM »
I just saw on their website they will have a holiday release. Its called Partridge in a Pear Tree. Anyone heard anything about this beer?

"Partridge in a Pear Tree, our festive Holiday Belgian-style Dark Strong Ale is looking like it'll be released in early December."


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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2008, 12:10:02 AM »
Joey, did you end up getting 15 cases? Seems like you sold out of it awfully fast..
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #7 on: November 13, 2008, 12:36:33 AM »
Joey, did you end up getting 15 cases? Seems like you sold out of it awfully fast..
Patrick only had a small amount for Stone to pick up on the first wave so I only ended up getting 5 cases.

I should be getting 5-10 more cases this Monday, though.
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #8 on: November 13, 2008, 06:23:16 PM »
Partridge in a Pear Tree is coming within the next few weeks.

It's a Belgian-style Quadrupel of around 11% brewed with large amounts of Vienna and Munich malt, as well as caramelized sugar. Most of the color in this beer comes from the caramelized sugar rather than from roasted grains.
It's their Winter seasonal.

Approximately 250 cases will hit distribution.
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #9 on: November 13, 2008, 10:43:12 PM »
Partridge in a Pear Tree is coming within the next few weeks.

It's a Belgian-style Quadrupel of around 11% brewed with large amounts of Vienna and Munich malt, as well as caramelized sugar. Most of the color in this beer comes from the caramelized sugar rather than from roasted grains.
It's their Winter seasonal.

Approximately 250 cases will hit distribution.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #10 on: November 13, 2008, 10:49:49 PM »
Partridge in a Pear Tree is coming within the next few weeks.

It's a Belgian-style Quadrupel of around 11% brewed with large amounts of Vienna and Munich malt, as well as caramelized sugar. Most of the color in this beer comes from the caramelized sugar rather than from roasted grains.
It's their Winter seasonal.

Approximately 250 cases will hit distribution.



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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #11 on: February 27, 2009, 01:30:38 AM »
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Dear Fellow Beer Lovers,

Long time, no Newsletter! As you might guess, we've managed to keep ourselves quite busy lately. Just a few things we've been working on-- receiving some sweet accolades, bringing our beers to new places, brewing Saison De Lente, connecting with our customers at Facebook, and putting together a homebrew shop!

RECENT ACCOLADES

DRAFT Magazine in their January / February issue proclaimed Orchard White among their Top 25 Beers of 2008! We think Orchard White is a great beer, and we're glad others do too. We are in great company, with Lost Abbey Isabelle Proximus, Three Floyds Dark Lord, and many other of our favorite beers also in the top 25.

The Beer Chick Christina Perozzi named The Bruery her favorite new brewery of 2008! Thanks Christina!

PLACES OUR BEER IS NOW AVAILABLE

We have some good news for those on the East Coast-- we just started distributing in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New York! These are fantastic places for Belgian beer in general, and we're excited to bring our beers to those who appreciate them. We have a few kick off parties and events next week in New York and Philadelphia during Philly Beer Week, so check out our FaceBook page for where and when, and become a fan while you're at it!

NEW BEER: SAISON DE LENTE

Saison De Lente, our Spring seasonal has just been released! It is golden in color with a fresh hoppiness and a wild and rustic Brettanomyces character. Lighter in color and alcohol than our Saison Rue, yet equally complex in its own way. Perfect for warmer weather and Spring celebrations. (ABV: 6.5%, IBU: 35, SRM: 5)

On draft only (at The Bruery and great beer spots), we've also released Humulus Ambre and Hottenroth Berliner Weisse. Humulus Ambre is a hoppy, amber Belgian-style ale that weighs in at 5.9% ABV. Hottenroth Berliner Weisse is a tart Berlin-style wheat beer, traditional in its sourness and low alcohol content at 3.1% ABV.

THE BRUERY PROVISIONS

This is supposed to be a secret, but we can't help ourselves. In the next month or so (god-willing), we'll be opening The Bruery Provisions just down the way from The Bruery. We'll specialize in fresh and unusual homebrewing ingredients, but also feature homebrewing equipment, Bruery merchandise, general beer merchandise, and books about beer. When we get closer to opening we'll give more specifics and an opening date.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE BRUERY TEAM

Bryan Tetzlaff, Southern California Bruery Advocate
A recent addition to The Bruery, Bryan is responsible for building sales and supporting our retail customers in Southern California. Before this position, Bryan was a frequent tasting room beertender who gained much love from our tasting room customers. Make sure to say "hi" to Bryan at a tasting around town, he does many of them!

Thanks for reading! Til next time, check out our website (http://www.thebruery.com) and our blog (http://bruery.blogspot.com) for up-to-date ramblings.

Cheers,
Your friends at The Bruery

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #12 on: March 12, 2009, 07:30:03 PM »
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Special Release Beers for our St. Veronus Celebration!
 
Our St. Veronus Celebration is almost here!  As promised we'll be releasing some new beers for the event, and oh man are they exciting!


First, Melange #3 is a complex blend of three unreleased bourbon barrel aged beers, including our Black Tuesday Imperial Stout, White Oak Wheat Wine, and Papier, our 1st Anniversary beer (an Old Ale).  Weighing in at 15% ABV, and layered with flavor, this is a special release you won't want to miss.  Some of you may have had the opportunity to sample this one at the Tasting Room, and now you can come and fully enjoy it.


Another beer we'll be premiering is our Cuvee Jeune.  This is a Young American Wild Ale fermented with traditional Lambic flora and then aged in Chardonnay barrels, finishing at approximately 6.5% ABV.


Last but not least, we'll be serving White Zin.  Nope, not the wine.  It's a beer for which we've blended that Cuvee Juene with our Zinbier, a Belgian blonde fermented with almost 1000 lbs of zinfandel grapes.  It's approximately 7.5% ABV and will be available for the first time this weekend.


Hopefully this news has you even more excited for this weekend's event, I know we sure are!  See you there!
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #13 on: October 15, 2009, 06:57:15 PM »
TheBruery Who loves sour beer? We do! So we're putting Cuvee Jeune on tap at the Tasting Room tomorrow. Young lambic aged in Chard barrels. Mmm sour..

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #14 on: October 23, 2009, 04:59:40 PM »
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #15 on: October 23, 2009, 08:20:01 PM »
I would so be over this if I lived in CA (no shipping outside CA).

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Re: The Bruery
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #17 on: October 30, 2009, 02:21:33 PM »
http://brueryprovisions.3dcartstores.com/

$200 I didn't plan on spending today... but it's my birthday so the hell with it.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #18 on: October 30, 2009, 02:32:26 PM »
http://brueryprovisions.3dcartstores.com/

$200 I didn't plan on spending today... but it's my birthday so the hell with it.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #19 on: October 31, 2009, 11:23:42 AM »
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Reserve Society memberships on sale this weekend at the Tasting Room! Sign up &take home bottles of White Oak, BA Partridge& 2 Turtle Doves!

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #20 on: November 09, 2009, 07:24:46 AM »
Now distributed in Wisconsin!!!!!!! :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited:
Saison Rue, Rugrod, Orchard White, and Two Turtle Doves
Please be true. Any Madisonians see this yet?

I have a call into the distributor to find out for sure.
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #21 on: November 09, 2009, 07:30:54 AM »
Now distributed in Wisconsin!!!!!!! :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited:
Saison Rue, Rugrod, Orchard White, and Two Turtle Doves
Please be true. Any Madisonians see this yet?

I have a call into the distributor to find out for sure.

I'll be stopping in Madison on the way to/from Chicago this weekend. :excited:

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #22 on: November 09, 2009, 11:40:04 AM »
Now distributed in Wisconsin!!!!!!! :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited:
Saison Rue, Rugrod, Orchard White, and Two Turtle Doves
Please be true. Any Madisonians see this yet?

I have a call into the distributor to find out for sure.
It's confirmed! :thumbup:
Do they barrel or is it strictly bottles?
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #23 on: November 09, 2009, 11:44:29 AM »
Now distributed in Wisconsin!!!!!!! :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited:
Saison Rue, Rugrod, Orchard White, and Two Turtle Doves
Please be true. Any Madisonians see this yet?

I have a call into the distributor to find out for sure.
It's confirmed! :thumbup:
Do they barrel or is it strictly bottles?

They do kegs.  Not sure if they distribute those out to out-state accounts though.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #24 on: November 09, 2009, 04:33:21 PM »
Now distributed in Wisconsin!!!!!!! :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited:
Saison Rue, Rugrod, Orchard White, and Two Turtle Doves
Please be true. Any Madisonians see this yet?

I have a call into the distributor to find out for sure.
It's confirmed! :thumbup:
Do they barrel or is it strictly bottles?
NY definitely got kegs

They do kegs.  Not sure if they distribute those out to out-state accounts though.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #25 on: November 09, 2009, 07:34:19 PM »
Saw three varieties at Discount Liquor in M'waukee this weekend.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #26 on: November 09, 2009, 08:21:18 PM »
Saw three varieties at Discount Liquor in M'waukee this weekend.

I was in Woodman's east this weekend, but I don't recall seeing those bottles.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #27 on: November 13, 2009, 07:10:33 AM »
TheBruery    Brewed our collaboration beer with Cigar City on Mon & Tue, Put BT into bourbon barrels yesterday & brewed a special brett beer today!

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #28 on: November 16, 2009, 06:18:00 PM »
Now distributed in Wisconsin!!!!!!! :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited:
Saison Rue, Rugrod, Orchard White, and Two Turtle Doves
Please be true. Any Madisonians see this yet?

I have a call into the distributor to find out for sure.

picked up a bottle of Saison Rue and 2 Turtle Doves tonight in GB :thumbup:

they had the Orchard White as well
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #29 on: November 17, 2009, 10:46:11 AM »
Now distributed in Wisconsin!!!!!!! :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited: :pickle: :excited:
Saison Rue, Rugrod, Orchard White, and Two Turtle Doves
Please be true. Any Madisonians see this yet?

I have a call into the distributor to find out for sure.

picked up a bottle of Saison Rue and 2 Turtle Doves tonight in GB :thumbup:

they had the Orchard White as well

Stopped by Jeny St on the way through Madison last night, but no Bruery stuff on the shelves.

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #30 on: November 17, 2009, 01:20:17 PM »
I planned on hitting Discount on my way home yesterday but somehow missed the Oklahoma St exit and didn't feel like backtracking.  Wouldn't have minded picking up some Bruery beers but I just wasn't up for the hassle once I realized I'd blown by my exit....not to mention that I was completely worn out from my travels.  Funerals officially SUCK.
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #31 on: November 17, 2009, 01:42:48 PM »
Funerals officially SUCK.

But it has the word "fun" right there at the beginning.  ???
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #32 on: November 17, 2009, 01:55:29 PM »
I planned on hitting Discount on my way home yesterday but somehow missed the Oklahoma St exit and didn't feel like backtracking.  Wouldn't have minded picking up some Bruery beers but I just wasn't up for the hassle once I realized I'd blown by my exit....not to mention that I was completely worn out from my travels.  Funerals officially SUCK.
Sorry there was one :no:

Although it kind of depends on the guest of honor. There are some I would pay money to attend.

Hitler, Bin Laden...hey
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #33 on: November 18, 2009, 01:12:02 PM »
Now in Indiana as well - I have reports of Two Turtle Doves and Saison Rue at a store in Fort Wayne.
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #34 on: November 25, 2009, 02:28:15 PM »
TheBruery    Melange #3 will be on tap at the Tasting Room for a limited time starting this Friday - Happy Thanksgiving!!!!

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #35 on: November 25, 2009, 03:29:08 PM »
TheBruery    Melange #3 will be on tap at the Tasting Room for a limited time starting this Friday - Happy Thanksgiving!!!!
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #36 on: December 03, 2009, 10:39:43 AM »
2 Turtle Doves, our winter seasonal, has been conditioning in a firkin with vanilla beans and for your enjoyment (and mine!), we’ll be serving it this Friday.  I’m thinking the vanilla will be a beautiful addition to the chocolate, nutty flavors that already exist in this beer.  Come down Friday and try for yourself!


On Sunday, we’ll continue to make Hottenroth Mimosas for anyone interested in trying them.  We’ll also continue serving Melange #3 until it’s gone.


We’re planning lots of fun and festive events this month in honor of the holidays so keep your eyes open for these emails as we’ll be announcing them soon.  I do want to give everyone a head’s up that we’ll be holding a Holiday Beer Geek Show & Tell next weekend (Saturday 12/12) so you can start thinking about what you’ve got!  This will be a holiday themed BGST so bring your favorite winter/holiday beers to share if you’ve got them.


Bottles of White Oak are still available, as well as new winter themed gift baskets (with 2 Turtle Doves as the seasonal).  We are also still selling Reserve Society memberships, however we are getting low on them so if they’re on your Holiday Wish List don’t wait too long!


We’ll be releasing a few new beers this month so be on the lookout for details on those as well.  We look forward to seeing you this weekend!


Cheers,

Stef & the other folks at The Bruery

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #37 on: December 22, 2009, 06:36:02 AM »
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Brewing Saison De Lente tomorrow!

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #38 on: December 22, 2009, 08:11:43 AM »
So did they ramp up production? in order to come into WI, IL and IN seems like big areas to come into if they didn't add production space.
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #39 on: January 08, 2010, 12:35:24 PM »
Join us as we welcome you to The Bruery Reserve Society! Beachwood BBQ will be serving their delicious food and we will be pouring limited release beers to share with you.

Please RSVP so we can have an idea of how many people per session there will be. If you are unable to make this session, please eMail society@thebruery.com and request that we switch you to the other session.

Now... for the all important beer list (subject to change):

-- Orchard White
-- Rugbrod
-- Saison Rue
-- Mischief
-- Hottenroth Berliner Weisse
-- 2 Turtle Doves
-- Saison De Lente
-- Trade Winds Tripel
-- Autumn Maple
-- Humulus XPA
-- Melange No. 5: DBJW
-- Oude Tart

Limited Beers Poured on the Hour (varies every hour):
-- Papier (plus the 100% barrel aged versions)
-- Black Tuesday
-- Partridge in a Pear Tree

Oude Tart bottles that have been allocated will be available for pickup (expect an eMail about buying allocations shortly). Your sweatshirts will also be available for pickup. Beer and merchandise will also be available for purchase with your 15% discount.

Looking forward to a wonderful time with you all!

Cheers,
The Folks at The Bruery

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #40 on: January 09, 2010, 06:18:08 AM »
Join us as we welcome you to The Bruery Reserve Society! Beachwood BBQ will be serving their delicious food and we will be pouring limited release beers to share with you.

Please RSVP so we can have an idea of how many people per session there will be. If you are unable to make this session, please eMail society@thebruery.com and request that we switch you to the other session.

Now... for the all important beer list (subject to change):

-- Orchard White
-- Rugbrod
-- Saison Rue
-- Mischief
-- Hottenroth Berliner Weisse
-- 2 Turtle Doves
-- Saison De Lente
-- Trade Winds Tripel
-- Autumn Maple
-- Humulus XPA
-- Melange No. 5: DBJW
-- Oude Tart

Limited Beers Poured on the Hour (varies every hour):
-- Papier (plus the 100% barrel aged versions)
-- Black Tuesday
-- Partridge in a Pear Tree

Oude Tart bottles that have been allocated will be available for pickup (expect an eMail about buying allocations shortly). Your sweatshirts will also be available for pickup. Beer and merchandise will also be available for purchase with your 15% discount.

Looking forward to a wonderful time with you all!

Cheers,
The Folks at The Bruery

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #41 on: February 11, 2010, 10:59:19 PM »
We've got not one but TWO new beers on tap this weekend at the Tasting Room. Saison De Lente, our spring seasonal, is officially back – on draft and in bottles. Some of you may have had a chance to taste the cask of this beer last weekend, but for those of you who haven't tried this beer before, it's a crisp and hoppy Saison that's a bit lighter than Saison Rue and fitting for spring celebrations.

The next beer is the latest in our Melange series that's been brewed especially for Valentine's Day; this is number six - or No. Sechs as we've dubbed it. Melange no. Sechs is primarily made up of an experimental beer brewed with beets for a festive red color before cocoa nibs and rose petals are added. It's then blended with White Oak Sap (our bourbon barrel aged wheat wine) & bourbon barrel aged Rugbrød The resulting beer is 9% ABV and has an earthy flavor with a pleasant chocolate & vanilla nose and a subtle floral hint all wrapped in an incredibly smooth package. It's one Sechs-y beer!

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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #42 on: February 15, 2010, 08:19:12 PM »
Melange series that's been brewed especially for Valentine's Day; this is number six - or No. Sechs as we've dubbed it. Melange no. Sechs is primarily made up of an experimental beer brewed with beets for a festive red color before cocoa nibs and rose petals are added. It's then blended with White Oak Sap (our bourbon barrel aged wheat wine) & bourbon barrel aged Rugbrød The resulting beer is 9% ABV and has an earthy flavor with a pleasant chocolate & vanilla nose and a subtle floral hint all wrapped in an incredibly smooth package. It's one Sechs-y beer!

Had this recently. Gotta say, it's almost too much.

Though the pink head makes me want to raise a pinky while drinking it.
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Re: The Bruery
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #44 on: February 17, 2010, 10:33:19 PM »
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TheBruery   sorry guys, we are NOT releasing Black Tuesday in 12 oz bottles. don't even have a 12 oz bottler. That photo is of a fake bottle of BT.

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« Reply #45 on: February 18, 2010, 07:20:17 PM »
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TheBruery   sorry guys, we are NOT releasing Black Tuesday in 12 oz bottles. don't even have a 12 oz bottler. That photo is of a fake bottle of BT.
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Oh noes, the hype train was just getting ready to leave the station!

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Re: The Bruery
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Re: The Bruery
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Re: The Bruery
« Reply #49 on: March 02, 2010, 12:58:07 PM »
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