But first we've got a bit of a "programming note" around these here parts and that's to say that since The Anniversary fast approacheth we're gonna be taking the briefest of hiatuses on releasing new beers so's we can unleash a whole unholy hell of new beers on all y'all when it comes to The Big Event. We know you're used to our usual breakneck "beer per week" pace that we've more or less kept up lo these past seven years, but we thought this would be fun. We hope you understand, etc.
The second beer that's been released during our "hiatus from releasing beers" is Artificial Reaper! This one's our collab with Stryga (for their triumphant return to the stage at our anniversary) and instead of going "light 'n easy" this year we brought those boys in for a blending session and blend we did! They actually helped us come up with a few blends (which will be trickling in over the next few weeks/months) but the biggest blend of all is named after them and it's on tap and in bottles right now!
And speaking of new beers that are on tap right now the last of these sneaky releases is Pale Glow! This one is our fourth collab with Lesser Glow (to pair with their second time playing our anniversary) and it's a straight-up no-funny-business pale ale full of a buncha local grains and local hops plus some of the freshest and fruitiest hops we could get from farther afield and honestly we think pale ales are super underrated, so come give this one a try!
Then on Friday we're "playin' it cool" in terms of commotion and whatnot, but that don't mean we can't have some tasty eats and so tasty eats we shall! More to the point, Tasty BBQ is gonna be poppin' up for the evening, so come on out and grab some grub!
Movin' right along to Saturday we're kickin' off the day with some yoga! Specifically it's Emo Yoga hosted by Crystal and then later in the afternoon we've got Craig Mac 'n Cheese swingin' through with some cheesy goodness and it's gonna be a good time!
** It sounds like I'm being mean here, but that's pretty much how they describe themselves. Their music is honestly a lot of fun (and a lot of the lyrics are pretty meat-centric, but it's up to you to decide if that's a good thing or not).