Been Busy Building a Bodacious Bounty of Beautiful Beer
See how we alliterate in an effort to placate our belate(d) news 😉
First off, everyone here at Burning Brothers wishes you a happy 4th of July. We wish you the best celebration and hope it will be a safe one. Note that we will be closed on Friday, July 4th to give our staff a much needed day off. Make sure to stop in the taproom before 8pm on Thursday for any growler fills for your Independence Day events (pint sales until 9pm).
Secondly, when we re-open the doors on July 5th, our regular Saturday taproom hours will change to 2pm to 8pm. While we liked the convenience of the old schedule, we realized that many of you were just getting your taproom mojo going when we closed the doors. We appreciate your patronage and your feedback and hope you enjoy this new schedule.
- Thursday: 4pm to 9pm (Growlers sales stop @ 8pm… it’s the law, sorry!)
- Friday: 4pm to 9pm (Closed 7/4/14)
- Saturday: 2pm to 8pm
Next, the more observant of you may have noticed that we have been working on having Food Trucks Fridays be a regular thing. Everyone we invite serves a selection of gluten-free options, so you are welcome to bring your order in and enjoy it with a pint. We keep a schedule of which trucks and when on the events section of our website. Here’s a sneak preview for July:
Speaking of food, we’d like to remind everyone that we are a 100% gluten-free facility, so please refrain from bringing any outside food that can’t be verified as being gluten-free. Have questions or need clarification, please ask. Thank you!
Last, but certainly not least, we wanted to welcome our 2 new brewing assistants Tina and Andy to the crew. They have both been working hard to learn the in and outs of the brewing process and keep impressing us in new ways daily.
Also, we have introduced a few more options in the tap room with our summer infusions (Lime Shandy, Orange Blossom Honey, Raspberry, etc.). In the works we have an IPA and a Stout and so far they are both tasting great! The IPA will come out of the gate first with the Stout a week or two behind. We will continue to brew small batches for the taproom but are also working on getting our Coffee Ale into cans!
Thank you all again for your continued support of the business and the vision we share, Beer on!