MOTHER’S DAY MADISON CRAFT BEER WEEK TOURERY Saturday 5/10 Noon: Meet @ Vintage Brewery on Whitney Way Bus picks up @ Vintage at 1 PM heading to Ale Asylum, then Karben4, and to Next Door. Tours of:
- Ale Asylum
- Next Door
**We will have a limited supply of WI beers on the bus, if anyone homebrews, please feel free to bring along some tasters. Bring your empty growlers to fill along the way too!!
BUS RETURNS TO VINTAGE FOR 8 PM ARRIVAL
Found this at the local liquor store yesterday, its a very tasty beer. Go find some of this seasonal beer before its all gone.
Attention beer chasers! This double IPA from Aleasylum hit the shelves yesterday. Get to a local liquor store and pickup a sixer, it’s delicious.
This stuff is delicious! Central waters works miracles with bourbon barrels. I hope this becomes a usual suspect in their line up. #craftbeer #whatimdrinking
This should be on shelves for a while but wasn’t a huge run, get some while you can.
Just bottled today…the latest from our barrel aging cellar…coming soon to a store near you!!! This will be available at the brewery this weekend (tap and bottle to go) and will soon be hitting every one of our markets in limited quantity!
Found on Facebook
WBC to debut #003.
AVAILABLE: Tuesday, July 16
WHERE: Madison-area Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company and Vintage Brewing Co. locations
BEER: WBC #001 was a Golden Amber Lager. WBC #002 was an American IPA. WBC #003 His third trial batch, a porter developed in the Vintage brewhouse.
WHAT TO DO: Head out to one of the Madison-area Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company or Vintage Brewing Co. locations, order a WBC #003 and fill out a comment card or go to Untappd. Your comments will help us shape the flavors of the first WBC beers to debut next fall. Let your tastebuds be heard. Join us.
Coffee Stout!! “@CWBrewing: It has been a while, but she is back, in a bomber, and coming soon to a store near you…or my office right now.
It’s good to see this one back on the shelves it was not produced last year due to lack of fermenter space in the old facility. Ale Asylum has now moved to a new facility and has plenty of space to grow and produce wonderful ales like this one. http://www.aleasylum.com