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Placentia, CA  - Coming to the Northwest as a way of demonstrating their commitment to expand the awareness and availability of their beers, Bruery has two new, pending releases.

The first called Mischief is a Belgian-style Golden Ale, which Benjamin Weiss tells it like this.

This wickedly good golden ale is fiendishly dry-hopped with American hops to add a layer of complexity and mystery to its fruity, dry Belgian-style character. Citrus and resin diabolically combine with ripe melon, pear and slight peppery spice in a precariously effervescent mixture. Enjoy it, but you'll want to keep an eye out. ABV: 8.5%, IBU: 35, SRM: 5.

Unlike the more familiar annual releases, Orchard White and Saison, the Mischief will be released in limited quantities.

The second release with a possible March release date is the Saison De Lente a light spring Saison.

… is light blonde in color with a fresh hoppiness and a wild and rustic Brettanomyces character. Lighter in color and alcohol than our Saison Rue, yet equally complex in its own way. Perfect for warmer weather and Spring celebrations. ABV: 6.5%, IBU: 35, SRM: 4

Look out potentially for the Mischief to be on the shelves now, but more than likely sometime in February.

The Bruery
715 Dunn Way Placentia, CA 92870 (714) 996-6258

About Bruery

The founding of The Bruery was rather meager. It started as the first homebrew batch brewed by Patrick Rue, his brother Chris, and his wife Rachel who was wondering if they were actually going to clean the kitchen stove once the batch was finished. This first batch was an amberish ale with Cascade hops, consumed after four days of fermentation, one day of crash cooling, and a few seconds after force carbonating. These were proud moments. Patrick started homebrewing as a diversion in the first year of law school. As the years went by, his skill and passion for brewing came to a point where the only thing he wanted to do with the rest of his life is make beer. Thus, money was raised, grey hairs were formed, and the rest is history (at least to us).

Our calling is to create beers with character and depth using the simplest and purest of means. We do not filter or pasteurize our beers. All of our bottled beers gain carbonation through 100% bottle conditioning, allowing carbonation to naturally occur through a secondary bottle fermentation. We strive to use unconventional ingredients, and we will proudly state what we put in our beers.

We are inspired by those in the brewing community who are pushing the limits of what 'beer' is. We wouldn't be here if it weren't for great brewers who came before us. We aspire to be an influential force in craft brewing. –source, Bruery’s Bio

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