Anniversary #2: The Beer and the Party!

It’s our party and we’ll brew what we want to!

Our second anniversary is less than two weeks away, and you know we like to go big.

Last year it was a 12.5% Imperial Stout. This year, we’re taking it a different direction…

Introducing Anniversary Ale #2, a 10.1% Belgian Golden Strong Ale dry-hopped with Nelson Sauvin!

RiverNorth_AnniversaryAle2

A wonderfully floral and tropical brew, Anniversary Ale #2 will serve as the centerpiece for our weekend-long birthday party, beginning Friday, February 14th and lasting until Sunday, February 16th. We’ll have Anny #2 on tap all weekend, with $9 bombers to go (limit 6). But we’ll also pull some rare beers from the cellar throughout the event. Such as:

Friday, 2/14: Side-by-side tapping of Anniversary Ale #1 and Anniversary Ale #2. Both huge, both delicious, both distinct. Opening early at 1pm with the first bottles and pours.

Saturday, 2/15: We’ll rotate through some barrel-aged kegs throughout the day, giving the brewers choice as to what they want to drink.

Sunday, 2/16: J. Marie Barreled & Bretted on tap! We’ll also host our first Cellar Sale…limited quantities of rare bottles from the past two years available to go, one day only!

We hope you can join us for the festivities, but if not, Anniversary Ale #2 will hit store shelves around Colorado after the party. For all the other beers, however, you gotta make it down here!

Cheers to another successful year!

-RNB

3 thoughts on “Anniversary #2: The Beer and the Party!

  1. Pingback: River North 2nd Anniversary Bottle Release and Cellar Sale | Beer Served Rare

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