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The Bruery Announces First Distributed Can from Offshoot Beer Company

Relax - it’s just a hazy IPA. But not just any IPA. This is the first year-round release from Offshoot™ Beer Co. Starting this February, fresh 4-packs of Relax [it’s just a hazy IPA]™ will be rolling off the canning line and into craft beer stores throughout Southern California, Northern…

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The Bruery 10 Lords-A-Leaping

I’ve been a big fan of The Bruery’s Twelve Beers of Christmas series ever since crossing paths with Five Golden Rings so […]

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The Bruery Nine Ladies Dancing

Each Winter, The Bruery releases a limited, Belgian-style brew as part of their Twelve Days of Christmas series. There have been some […]

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The Bruery Mélange No. 14

There are few breweries active right now that blend various beers as well as The Bruery — maybe Firestone Walker and their […]

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The Bruery Share This Coffee Stout

I’m usually a good sharer of tasty brews with the wife, but The Bruery’s Share This Coffee Stout is one of those […]

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Bruery Terreux Saixon

The Bruery’s Terreux brand has crafted an interesting beer with Saixon. With the base of your standard Belgian-inspired saison, the company then […]

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The Bruery So Happens It’s Tuesday

The Bruery’s Black Tuesday is the stout that this company is mostly known for, but it’s a beer that has eluded me […]

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Bruery Terreux Humulus Terreux

In late 2015, The Bruery created an off-shoot brand to “focus solely on farmhouse-style ales fermented with wild yeasts as well as […]

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The Bruery Fourthmeal Hoppy Belgian-Style Ale

Fourthmeal is a collaborative effort between Maine Beer Company and The Bruery — two factions of which I am big fans. This […]

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The Bruery Mash

Mash is an English-style barleywine from The Bruery that’s been aged for a little while in bourbon barrels. When I picked this […]

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The Bruery 8 Maids-A-Milking

Ever since first trying Bell’s Hell Hath No Fury (way back in 2008), the combination of a roasty stout brewed with a […]

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The Bruery Rueuze

There are several breweries in the U.S. now that are specializing in sour ales, but the company that I have, so far, […]