First, we announced the next beer in our county series: Mercer County. It’s a blend of Belgian Tripel and Berliner Weisse that we aged in beautiful white oak Mezcal barrels. Finished with lime zest, this beer is perfect for the summer, and we recommend you drink it now rather than let it age! The name is inspired by the cooperage history of Shaker Village – while not created in Kentucky, the Mezcal barrels are beautifully hand-crafted! It goes on sale next Tuesday at 5pm in the taproom, only 400 bottles are available (limit 1 per person).
Second, we announced our Summer Open House on Saturday, May 30th at 3pm. If you missed our first one, don’t miss this one. It’s an opportunity to get an in depth tour of the brewery, watch beer being made and canned, and interact with brewers, owners, and other staff! Tickets are $40 (limited to 100), and include 5 tastings (including a double IPA straight off the canning line), light appetizers, a glass to go home with, and either a Mercer County bottle or a 4-pack of Double IPA. If you can’t wait in line next Tuesday, this is a great way to spend your Saturday afternoon and also snag a bottle! Buy your tickets here, but don’t delay as it will sell out!