Sunriver Brewing Co. will be releasing their first 16oz cans on April 6th. The beer is an endless rotating series of Limited Release options, similar to what they have been doing on draft over the years. The can release will be part of Sunriver Brewing’s Grand Opening Party at their new Oakway Pub location in Eugene, Oregon.
“We’re so ready to fill these beautiful 16 ounce cans with awesome, independent craft beer.” says Brett Thomas, Director of Brewing Operations. The product coming through our canning line is top notch with regards to packaged beer quality. Minimal exposure to light and minimal oxygen pickup creates a truly superior drinking experience. The brewery team is looking forward to presenting some absolutely killer beers in this new format – our favorites like Sunny D, Vermont Vacation and Escape from Escondido, as well as some totally new brews.”
The series will have very limited quantities for small retail outlets and will consist of rotating most of the beer in Sunriver Brewing’s 2019 IPA Factory series. Other Sunriver Brewing favorites like Cocoa Cow Chocolate Milk Stout will also be available in these 16oz cans. In the Sunriver Brewing pubs you will find all of these plus a few extra releases including beers from their 2019 Double IPA Factory series that are exclusive to Sunriver Brewing’s pubs.
about Sunriver Brewing Company – Sunriver Brewing Company’s pub in the Village at Sunriver opened to rave reviews in the summer of 2012. Recognizing that the original pub would not accommodate demand, a 13,000-square foot building was purchased in the Business Park in 2014. Since that time, Sunriver Brewing Company has garnered many national and international awards for their craft beer. In February of 2016, Sunriver opened its second pub location on Galveston Avenue in Bend Oregon. The year of 2017 included a major national accomplishment with winning Small Brewing Company of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival. In 2018 Sunriver will be opening their third pub in the Oakway Center located in Eugene, Oregon.