The 3rd Annual Amnesia Winter Ale Festival takes place this Saturday, December 11 at the brewery (832 N Beech).
For $15 festival goers get a glass mug (which you get to keep) plus five drink tickets, each good for a 6 ounce sample, or two for a full pour. Details from The Beer Here:
Amnesia’s winter beer festival is a great way to keep up with what the pub’s talented brewers are up to, as well as a chance to revisit old favorites such as Sleighjerker and Frosty’s Revenge. They’ll also be pouring, for the first time in five years, The Precious Pilsner, plus a new ale from brewer Sean Thommen. “It doesn’t have a name yet,” says Amnesia boss Kevin King, “but it has completely different malts from the original Amnesia malt lineup and it’s infused with sweet Belgian orange peel. It’s golden in color and about 6.3 percent alcohol.”
Amnesia has also invited Walking Man, Double Mountain, Everybody’s Brewing, Upright, Caldera and Fort George to bring special beers to the fest.
The festival runs from noon until 10pm, and the tent is heated!
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