These days, lining up for coveted craft beer releases has become a way of life here in Seattle. Over the past year, I’ve waited in line for the release of at least 7 or 8 different beers – probably more. The wait in line isn’t only about the beer though. For many of these releases I could have skipped the line, come in later and still gotten my bottles, but then I would have missed the opportunity to hang out with all my friends who also attend these releases.
Half the battle during bottle releases or when anticipating the return of your favorite on-tap selections, however, is knowing when they’re coming. Often times we don’t hear about a particular release until just a few days before it happens, meaning we may have to alter our plans or find a friend to pick up a few bottles, cans or growler fills for us if we can’t attend. That’s why having a release calendar can really help. To that end, Reuben’s Brews has just revealed their 2017 release calendar.
Here is the full press release from Reuben’s Brews:
Reuben’s Brews today announced its lineup of beers for 2017, including year-round favorites, seasonal releases, and limited brews. The brewery’s much lauded Gose, Crikey IPA and Robust Porter will continue to be available to its fans year-round. The official beer of Seattle Beer Week 2016 – Daily Pale – is back this month as a seasonal in cans, 22oz bottles and draft and will run through April, followed by the much loved Summer IPA and finally Roasted Rye IPA in the fall.
Imperial seasonals are also being released throughout the year, along with some very limited quarterly releases. If you’re lucky enough to visit the brewery in Seattle’s Ballard District, there will be some brand-new experimental beers on tap in the brewery’s Taproom Series. The brewery has 25 taps in its taproom, pouring beers from both its production and small batch breweries, and regularly has new beers on tap for beer lovers to enjoy.
See the attached calendar for a complete list of beer releases for the coming year, or visit this page.
For more information, visit www.reubensbrews.com or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@reubensbrews).
Here is the release calendar:
Now you know when to expect each beer from Reuben’s Brews to arrive this year. Also, be sure to also check my Facebook page for the release calendars from a few other breweries including Deschutes and Pike.
Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.