Throwback Brewery Newsletter

Throwback Brewery – Hankie’s Pale Ale, Cool Beer Truck, and more!

Our Beer Truck!

For those of you that follow us on Facebook or Instagram, you’ve probably seen a few pictures of our ‘new’ Divco beer truck. We are pretty excited about this beauty! It is a 1963 milk truck which has been restored, beautifully painted with our logo and colors, and fitted with four taps!

What you might not know is that you can rent the truck for parties- weddings, private events, birthday parties, you name it! We would deliver the truck and set everything up for you. The truck has already been a big hit at a recent wedding and a beer fest.

Interested? Shoot us an email and we can chat pricing and availability.

Introducing the Brand New Hankie’s Pale Ale

We hope everyone has been having a relaxing and enjoyable Summer! As you might expect, our Summer has been filled with beerfests, work on expansion plans for Hobbs Farm, and, of course lots and lots of brewing!

If you are thinking about visiting, now would be a great time! We have Spicy Bohemian coming back on tap today, one of our all time favorite beers (Red Rover Coffee Milk Stout – a lusciously smooth, roasty treat) also on tap now, plus a brand new beer called Hankie’s Pale Ale.

Hankie’s is a refreshing, highly drinkable, and nicely balanced pale ale with a great hop crispness and a distinct citrus nose. We dry hopped the beer with Citra & Palisades, which contribute hints of stone fruit (especially apricot) and a balanced bitter kick, turning what could be a relatively simple and somewhat lighter weight beer into a beer with a great character and taste. And, at 4.7%, this beer is quite sessionable.

This beer is named in memory of Hank, who was Nicole’s dog. You can read more about the story behind this beer here – http://throwbackbrewery.com/hankies-pale-ale/.
 
When you stop by the brewery, let us know what you think of our latest beer. We love it, and hope you do too! Cheers!

–Annette & Nicole

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Portsmouth Brewery Newsletter

Fall beers are brewing,
but the patio is still open!
 

Notice Anything Different?

Welcome the new Portsmouth Brewery Newsletter, PBrew News!

We’ve recently decided to separate the Portsmouth Brewery news and Smuttynose news; they had a great run together, but not everyone needs or wants both updates. If you’ve been along term subscriber, please click the profile update at the top of this email and let us know which news you prefer. If you signed up via the Portsmouth Brewery’s new website, you’ll need to update as well, to keep up with Smuttynose’s new beer releases, events around the world and happenings at the new Towle Farm brewery. Otherwise, we’ll see you soon at Portsmouth Brewery!

Autumn brings some of the most sought-after and seasonal flavors in the beer world- wet hops! Head Brewer Matt and his team are brewing two different versions of our popular Hop Harvest (5.5%) ale. The first is a single batch featuring a new hop called Equinox, while the second iteration is double brew of the same recipe highlighting the variety Mosaic. There is no other time of the year to enjoy the unique juciiness of freshly picked hops, so make sure you get some Hop Harvest in your growlers this fall!

The great lager streak of 2014 continues! As you read this, 434 gallons of our Oktoberfest (5%) is conditioning in the cellar, while we wait for a call from Blueberry Bay Farm of Stratham, NH. That phone call means 400 pounds of pumpkins are ready to be picked up and put in beer! What beer? Pumpkin Ale (5%) and Imperial Pumpkin Porter (9.9%) will both be double brewed so there’ll be plenty of both to go around. The Portsmouth Brewery proudly uses fresh, locally-grown, chemical-free pumpkins in all our “gourd-geous” pumpkin beers.

If all this isn’t enough, Matt will be home-smoking 55 pounds of malt with a blend of applewood, oak and maple for the next brew of Scotch Ale (8.5%) which will be released later on this fall.

Keep an eye on Facebook and Twitter so you know when these beers go on tap!

Svelte, huh? Portsmouth Brewery cycling jerseys are now available at 56 Market and on our swanky new website.  We’ve also got new hats and fresh t-shirt designs waiting for you. 
Chef John says we’ve had one of the busiest summers of our 23-year history. He asked to share a very loud, public “THANK YOU” to his kitchen staff. Now that summer is winding down, we’re planning our fall/winter/spring beer socials. Rolf, Des and Jon have some great ideas, but we haven’t set anything in stone.

If you’ve got ideas for beer socials you’d like to see at Portsmouth Brewery, please share them via Twitter (@portsbrew) or on our Facebook page

We don’t often make it out of 56 Market Street, but Chef Jon and/or Head Brewer Matt will be representing at these upcoming downtown Portsmouth events.

Vintage & Vine- September 6 at Strawberry Banke; serving pulled duck sliders on a homemade pretzel roll with house apple butter.

Passport- September 13 at Strawbery Banke; 5C’s IPA paired with house pretzel bites and a homemade cheddar-ale sauce plus a cask of Portsmouth Brewery ESB dry-hopped with East Kent Goldings in the VIP tent.

At Portsmouth Brewery, we believe it’s easy to do good while drinking well. Every Tuesday is Community Pint Day, when we donate 25 cents from every pint of beer to your choice of four non profits. Currently on the box are:

Post Landfill Action Network
Child & Family Services of New Hampshire
Portsmouth Zero Waste 
Officer Stephen Arkell Memorial Fund

The civic-mindedness isn’t limited to Tuesdays; everyday is Parking Violation Day! Just bring in your City of Portsmouth Parking ticket and the required payment. We’ll mail it in for you and give you a pint for being a responsible citizen.

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Magic Hat Newletter

Feeling Finer Than a Keg of Niner | Jinx Returns | Wilhelm Scream
Magic Hat Brewing Co. - The Great Aligning Draws Near. Read On to See What the Universe Will Deliver...
Feeling Finer Than a Keg of Niner
Once again, the nines have aligned, and the celebrations will soon commence! Who knows what mysteries will be revealed, what ecstasies await, upon first sip of a #9 on 9/9. Share with us your 9/9 experience via Instagram and Twitter by using #magichat.
Once again, the nines have aligned, and the celebrations will soon commence! Who knows what mysteries will be revealed, what ecstasies await, upon first sip of a #9 on 9/9. Share with us your 9/9 experience via Instagram and Twitter by using #magichat. Merry Pranksters
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South Burlington, VT 05403

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Smuttynose Newsletter

Small batch, wood-aged funk releases this Saturday at the new brewery. See you there?

Heads Up, Funky Beer Junkies!

Brett & I, the newest Smuttlabs beer, is ready for release!

This 6%, barrel-aged, golden beer takes 13 months to make. Why? After an initial fermentation with out house Trappist ale yeast, this entire batch was transferred to red wine barrels where it was inoculated with Brettanomyces Bruxellensis, a yeast first discovered in barrel-aged British beers. During the slow, long secondary fermentation, “Brett Brux” produces a slightly sour, earthy flavor profile which makes Brett & I such a rare treat.

We will be selling all 24 cases from our Towle Farm brewery beginning Saturday, August 2 at 11am. The crown-finished, 375ml bottles are $12 each and there is no bottle limit. We won’t be filling growlers due to the small amount of beer we have.

Don’t worry about not living near the brewery. A small amount of kegs will be shipping to our wholesalers in CT, DC, IL, MA MD, ME, NC, NH, NY, PA, VA and VT beginning Monday, August 4. 

This is our third release of Brett & I, which means some of your are looking forward to its return and some of you may just be hearing about this delicious beer. We hope all of you enjoy!

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Saint Arnold Newsletter

 
Saint Arnold Army Newsletter

Dear Saint Arnold’s Army:

 


Feast of Saint Arnold on Sunday, July 20 

 

First, the special beers, including two never before tapped:

  • Divine Reserve No. 13 aged in bourbon barrels
  • Divine Reserve No. 14 fermented with a different Belgian yeast aged in tequila barrels
  • Weizenbock aged in Old New Orleans rum barrels
  • 20th Anniversary Ale cask conditioned

(All of our regular offerings will be there as well.)

 

 
 

Current Seasonal:


Current Icon:

Texas Common


 

Next, the food, a collaboration of Saint Arnold Executive Chef Ryan Savoie and Landry’s Concept Executive Chef Scott Castell:

 

Passed Hors d’Oeuvres
Yorkshire Pudding Cheese Puffs
Almond Stuffed Dates wrapped with Speck with Pink Peppercorn Gastric
Pork Course
Weedwacker cured Porchetta
with Prosecco poached Figs and Pears over Cornmeal Griddle Cakes
 
Poultry Course
“Buffalo-Style” Beer brined Duck Wings in Brown Ale Beer Mustard Sauce
over Pickled Radish and Chicory Salad
Meat Course
Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb with Harissa, Orzo, Red Pepper, Cashew and Raisins
 
Seafood Course
Whole Roasted Gulf Shrimp with Summer Squash and Saffron Rice
Dessert
Winter Stout Pecan Tassies

Cherry and Pistachio Baklava with Mint and Pomegranate Syrup

 

Finally, the cause:

 

Texas Children’s Hospital’s Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center. Help us work to support research into treating diseases that affect 1.4 million people in this country. And we understand the irony of pairing a feast with IBD, although a meat heavy menu like this is actually good for most afflicted individuals.

 

Please join us at this fun event for a great cause. Taps open at 5:00 PM with hors d’oeuvres. The seating occurs at 5:45 PM, and the cornucopia of food appears soon after.

 

Tickets are $100 each and include all of your food and beer. This is a popular event and will sell out.

 

Make your Feast of Saint Arnold reservations here.

 

Want to do even more? Become a Feast of Saint Arnold Sponsor! Get more information on sponsorship here. 

 

Thank you to our sponsors so far:

 

Gold
Silver
Bronze
Silver Eagle Distributors Friends of Martha alliantgroup
Martin Frost & Hill Cathy and Randy Crath
MicroStar Keg Management Chefs Produce
Combustion Engineering
Del Papa Distributing
Fusion Acupuncture
Karen Twitchell & Kirk Heyne

 


Annual Beer for Backpacks at the Brewery
Wednesday, July 2 – 5:30 – 8:00 PM

Join us Wednesday evening at the brewery with State Representative Jessica Farrar as we collect backpacks and other school supplies for children who otherwise would not have these supplies. We will pay you for your generosity in beer. Bring the materials listed below and in return you will be able to enjoy all of the beers we regularly have available on our tours. Per usual, we will also have limited release beers available for purchase.
 
Admission: Bring one new or gently used children’s backpack and at least two of the following items (you’re of course welcome to bring even more!):
  • 1 subject wide-ruled notebook
  • 4 pocket folders with brads/assorted colors
  • 1 packet of loose leaf wide-ruled paper
  • 1 box of 24-ct crayons
  • 2 glue sticks


Celebrate Independence Day with Saint Arnold:
Make Lunch Reservations for Thursday and Friday

If you’re looking for a great place to enjoy lunch on Thursday, July 3 and/or Friday, July 4, we’ve got you covered. From 11:00 AM to 1:15 PM, we’ll be serving our Daily Special only (see below). For $17.55 plus tax ($19 total), you’ll get the two course lunch and beer. We will be taking reservations online, and we expect these days (and other holidays) to fill up quickly.

Thursday, July 3
Spring Greens and Arugula
with Cherry Tomatoes, Artichoke, Parmesan and Balsamic Vinaigrette

Ziti with Housemade Italian Sausage and Fennel and Red Pepper Tomato Sauce
Served with Garlic Toast

Friday, July 4
Melon and Jicama Salad with Chile Lime Vinaigrette

Choice of: Chicago Style Hot Dog or Barbecue Pork Sandwich
Served with Potato Salad, Cole Slaw and Zapps Chips


A Few Great Places to Enjoy 20th Anniversary Ale
 
Goode’s Armadillo Palace

Friday, July 4 – 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM

The Goose’s Acre, The Woodlands
Saturday, July 5 at 6:00 PM
Plus Tap Takeover

Tapology Gastropub, League City
Wednesday, July 9 at 7:00 PM

Witchcraft Tavern & Provision Co.
Wednesday, July 9


Jupiter Pizza & Waffle Co.
Thursday, July 10 at 6:30 PM
Cask Tapping


Other Fun Stuff

Boiler Room Night at Mongoose versus Cobra
Wednesday, July 2 at 5:30 PM
Our new Boiler Room Berliner Weisse served with our
Woodruff and Weedwacker Blackberry Syrups, plus MvsC’s Serrano Syrup.

Boiler Room with Syrups at Luke’s Icehouse, Beaumont
Thursday, July 3 at 5:00 PM

4th of July Party at Liberty Station
Friday, July 4

Tap Takeover at Whole Foods Market, Bellaire
Monday, July 7- 4:00 – 7:00 PM

Boiler Room with Syrups at Whole Foods Market, Vintage Park
Wednesday, July 9 – 3:00 – 6:00 PM

Saint Arnold Night at Flying Saucer, Sugar Land
Wednesday, July 9

Pub Night at Saint Arnold
Friday, July 18

Save the Date: Downtown Pub Crawl
Saturday, July 19

Thank you as always for the support!

 

Cheers!

 

The Brew Crew

Aaron, Alex, Allison, Andrew (2), Ben, Bennette, Bob, Brock (2), Casey, Chad, Chelsea, Colin, Crispy, Daniel, Deb, Dennis, Donny, Eddie, E’ Mandi, Felix, Frank (2), Gonzo, Grant, Greg, Halston, Janet, Jared, Jeremy, Joe, Joel, Josh (2), Justin, Kathy, Kelsey, Kendra, Kevin, Kim, Lauren, Lennie, Luke, Mark, Mary, Melissa, Michael (4), Nathan, Nicole, Phil, Ricardo, Robbie, Ryan, Schaefer, Seth and Stephen

 
Tours Weekdays at 2 PM and
Saturdays between 11 AM and 2 PM

www.saintarnold.com

 

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Shipyard Newsletter


 

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Hey Shipyard Ale Society –

Summer is finally here and we have loads of beer filled fun lined up for you. Think patios, BBQ’s, music, and — for the overachievers out there — running!

 

July 12th is a big day here at Shipyard. We are gearing up for the 1st Annual Shipyard Summer Fest and 3rd Annual Shipyard Old Port Half Marathon and 5K taking place on July 12 & 13. Find all the Summer Fest details and Half Marathon and 5K registration here!

 

To get the locals through their half marathon training we have weekly happy hours lined up through the summer: Shipyard Summer Wednesdays at The Great Lost Bear, FREE BBQ Thursdays at Brian Boru, and Happy Hour Fridays at The Porthole. Check out our full event calendar to find Shipyard fun near you.


If you can’t join us in person, join us virtually!

Use our Beer Finder to locate your favorite Shipyard brew near you and show us how you’re enjoying the summer! #SipAShipyard

 

Cheers,

 
THE CREW

 
P.S. If you’re in our neighborhood this summer, full brewery tours are now being held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. They fill up fast so if you haven’t had the full Shipyard Brewing experience head over to our website and grab your spot!


#SipAShipyard & ENJOY MAINE MUSIC


JULY 12 @ SHIPYARD OLD PORT SUMMER FEST

Join us on the Maine State Pier for a great day of music, beer, and celebration! Find more information on this FREE event here.


JULY 12th @ THE MAINE MUSIC HALL OF FAME SHOW
 

As a proud Maine company Shipyard is honored to be a part of this historic Maine entertainment event. The legendary lineup will include: Don McLean, Howie Day, Ellis Paul, Dave Mallett, Devonsquare and Carol Noonan
 
Find more information and purchase your tickets here.


AUGUST 9th @ ROSSPORT FARMS GUITARS BY THE SEA
 

Tickets are now on sale for Rossport Farms Guitars By The Sea! Join us August 9th in Eastport, ME and #SipaShipyard with guitar legend Dick Dale in one of the most beautiful spots on earth.

Find more information and purchase your tickets here.


COOKING WITH BEER


Here is a perfect accompaniment to any summer BBQ!
 
Find the full recipe here.


UPCOMING EVENTS



June 21
Bangor, ME
June 26
The Pier – Old Orchard Beach, ME
June 27 Rooster’s Tap Takeover Wrap Up Party 
Augusta, ME
June 28

The Porthole – Portland, ME
This Made in Maine bikini company will be giving away prizes all night long and Shipyard Summer Ale will be on special.
June 30
TideSmart Global – Falmouth, ME
July 10
Shipyard Beer Dinner
The Colony – Kennebunkport, ME 
Reserve your seats by calling 207-967-3331 ex. 526.

July 12

Maine State Pier – Portland, ME 
July 13 Shipyard Old Port Half Marathon & 5K 
Ocean Gateway – Portland, ME

 
Find a complete calendar of upcoming Shipyard events here.

IN THIS ISSUE…



HEADLINES


Well Pumpkinhead fans, here are the cold hard facts: “You are the kind of person who yearns for fall. Screw all other seasons. Fall is the best.”
 
Shipyard Monkey Fist IPA, improving weekends one pint at a time.


WILL RUN
FOR BEER



 


BREWERY TOURS


Want to learn more about Shipyard’s history, brewing process and award winning ales?
 
Free video tours are held daily. Watch a video, view the bottling line and sample our line of ales. Tours run every hour on the hour from 11 am to 4 pm at the Brewery Store located at 86 Newbury St. Portland, ME. Reservations not required.
 
Full brewery tours are now being held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings through the summer. Reservations are required for these tours and they fill up fast so head over to our website and grab your spot!
 
Must be 21+



If you are looking for product near you don’t forget about our Beer Finder.
Still having trouble? Here is our 2014 distributor list.
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Throwback Newsletter

Throwback Brewery – Cask Takeover, Beer Fest Mania, New Tanks and Farm-a-Cue!

Cask Takeover at the Coat of Arms!

It’s NH Beer Week and we’re taking over the cask lines at the Coat of Arms on Friday, June 27th starting at 6 pm.

We’ve been collaborating with Chef Jessie to come up with some great combinations of cask ale and food.  We’re bringing four different beers for these awesome pairings:

- Peach Saison
        
Grilled shrimp salad on baby artisan greens with a light green curry vinaigrette
- Extra-Hopped Hopstruck Red IPA
        
St. Louis ribs with a Carolina style BBQ
- Bourbon/Oak-Aged Imperial Stout
        
Coffee marinated sirloin tips
- Red Wine/Oak-Aged Dippity Do Brown Ale
        
Spiced chocolate truffles rolled in our beer nuts
 

 
 

Summer Beer Fests

We are participating in some great beer fests this Summer! Come and hang out with us!!
-
New England Beer Festival, Lincoln, NH, on June 28th.
-
Granite State Brewers Association Beer Fest, Manchester, NH, on July 26th
-
Beer Camp Across America, Portland, ME, on August 1st.
-
Passport at Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth,NH, on September 13th.

We packed all this information into our events calendar, which you can find on the Throwback Brewery website 

 

Third Annual Farm-a-Q

The 3rd annual Farm-a-Q will take place this year on June 29th at Emery Farm in Durham, NH.  A joint effort of Slow Food Seacoast and the Heirloom Harvest Project, Farm-a-Q is a picnic-style bounty of heirloom and heritage foods grown on local farms and prepared by some of the area’s best restaurants. The afternoon features an incredible buffet, showcasing the abundance of delicious, locally-grown products and the talent of local chefs.

And lots of great local beer too! :)

Tickets still available!

 

The New Tanks are FINALLY all in Place.

Over the past few months, we have been transitioning to larger, jacketed fermenters and brite tanks. The new tanks will give us more flexibility in our brew schedule and a bit more capacity so we can hopefully keep up a little better.  We’ll be taking the tanks with us on our move to Hobbs Farm at the end of this year, so for now, we have our temporary set up so we can use them in the meantime.  We’re all pretty excited to get some beer into them, starting next week.

 

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Saint Arnold Newsletter


 
Saint Arnold Army Newsletter

Dear Saint Arnold’s Army:

 

This past Friday evening, we were proud to present Operation Homefront with a check for $41,400 from the sales of Homefront IPA. Operation Homefront is an organization that provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors – a cause we are passionate about.
 
Including the contributions from our distributors Silver Eagle and Del Papa, we delivered over $50,000 to Operation Homefront. Thank you to everybody who made this possible.

 


The Newest Beer in our Icon Series,
Texas Common is Now Available

The inspiration for our latest Icon beer comes from San Francisco steam beers. Since the name “Steam” has been trademarked by Anchor Brewing, these beers are referred to as California Common Beers. We took a hoppier twist on this and thus named the style Texas Common. We fermented with the “San Francisco Lager” yeast at ale-like temperatures as is characteristic of the California Common style.

Our Texas Common is a red amber beer that holds a nice creamy head with an aroma full of tropical fruit. The flavor starts with a pleasant combination of fruit and malt and then goes to a long, dry bitter with just a hint of malt hanging on all the way.

We used only one hop variety in this beer: Mosaic. This is a fairly new hop varietal, released in 2012, and is known for its distinct but complex tropical and citrus aroma and flavor. The tropical aspects come through well in our Texas Common.

As always, you can find Icon in four packs at the grocery store and on tap at bars and restaurants around town. Learn more about Icon Green here.

 
 

Current Seasonal:


Current Icon:

Texas Common


 

Enjoy a Beer with Astros President Reid Ryan
at our Minute Maid Park Happy Hour
Friday, June 27 – 4:30 – 6:00 PM

Next Friday, June 27, you’ll be able to get into the game vs. Detroit early via the Union Station entrance. Why the Union Station entrance? It’s right next to our bar inside the ballpark. Convenient!

At our bar, we’ll be hosting a happy hour with entry at 4:30 PM and specials on Saint Arnold beer. You’ll also be able to meet and chat with team president Reid Ryan – or just have a beer with him. Our founder Brock and some of the Brew Crew will be there too. We’ve also recently added to the area several of our signature picnic tables straight out of our brewery tour hall. You’ll feel right at home.

You do need a ticket to the game to attend the happy hour, but we’ve got you covered there. Follow this link and enter special offer code “happyhour” to get a discounted ticket ($7 off regular price) in the Saint Arnold section for the game, the right field mezzanine.


Feast of Saint Arnold at the Brewery
Sunday, July 20 – 5:00 – 8:30 PM

On Sunday, July 20, we will be hosting the Feast of Saint Arnold, our annual fundraiser for Texas Children’s Hospital’s Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center. IBD includes Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis, which together affect 1.4 million people in this country alone. The TCH IBD Center is a leading institution in the treatment and research of these diseases in the juvenile population.
 
Feast of Saint Arnold is a beer dinner unlike any other event. It features four courses: beef, pork, fish and fowl. All are served simultaneously and family-style (or as you would expect medieval knights to be served). The food is the result of a collaboration between Saint Arnold Executive Chef Ryan Savoie and Landry’s Concept Executive Chef Scott Castell. Reviews from previous years have been enthusiastic, to say the least.

You’ll get to pair the dishes with any of our regular beers, and we’ll also have DR13 aged in bourbon barrels, Weizenbock aged in Old New Orleans rum barrels and cask conditioned 20th Anniversary Ale.
 
You’ll arrive at 5:00 PM, enjoy some hors d’oeuvres and your aperitif beers. At 5:45 prompt, the Feast will commence. Utensils optional. Attire is brewery formal, which only precludes flip-flops.

Reservations are $100 each and include all of your food and beer. This is a popular event and will sell out.

Make your Feast of Saint Arnold reservations here.


Looking for a great marketing opportunity? Or perhaps you just want to do more for this cause. We encourage you to consider these sponsorship levels that will help us raise even more money! All of the sponsorship levels are tax deductible. You will be a hero to whomever you bring to the Feast, be they friends, clients or coworkers.

 

Platinum Level Underwriter: $10,000 (one available)

  • Special VIP reception in the Saint Arnold iPub before the main event begins.
  • Premiere seating for eight at a reserved table.
  • Invitation for eight to have a special dinner hosted by Brock and Karen Wagner at their historic Montrose home. The dinner will be prepared by Saint Arnold Executive Chef Ryan Savoie and will feature special beers from Brock’s cellar of Saint Arnold special releases.
  • Special recognition in all promotional materials, on social media, and at the event.

Gold Level Sponsor: $5,000

  • Special VIP reception in the Saint Arnold iPub before the main event begins.
  • Premiere seating for eight at a reserved table
  • Recognition in all promotional materials, on social media, and at the event.

Silver Level Sponsor: $2,500

  • Premiere seating for eight at a reserved table.
  • Recognition in all promotional materials, on social media, and at the event.

Bronze Level Sponsor: $1,000

  • Seating for eight at a reserved table (this event sells out every year, so securing your tickets by becoming a sponsor is a great way to guarantee your own table for your group).
  • Recognition at the event.

If interested in sponsorship, please contact brock@saintarnold.com.

 

We would like to thank our current sponsors:

 

Silver
Bronze
Friends of Martha
Combustion Engineering
MicroStar Keg Management
Fusion Acupuncture


Houston Firkin Fest at DeFalco’s
Saturday, June 28 – 12:00 – 4:00 PM

The Houston Firkin Fest at DeFalco’s is a celebration of Texas craft beer served in traditional casks. We’ll be tapping casks of 20th Anniversary Ale and our new Icon Green – Texas Common.

With your $35 admission, you’ll receive eight 3 oz samples with the option to purchase additional samples.

Get your tickets here.

 


Annual Beer for Backpacks at the Brewery
Wednesday, July 2 – 5:30 – 8:00 PM

Join us at the brewery with State Representative Jessica Farrar as we collect backpacks and other school supplies for children who otherwise would not have these supplies. We will pay you for your generosity in beer. Bring the materials listed below and in return you will be able to enjoy all of the beers we regularly have available on our tours. Per usual, we will also have limited release beers available for purchase.
 
Admission: Bring one new or gently used children’s backpack and at least two of the following items (you’re of course welcome to bring even more!):

  • 1 subject wide-ruled notebook
  • 4 pocket folders with brads/assorted colors
  • 1 packet of loose leaf wide-ruled paper
  • 1 box of 24-ct crayons
  • 2 glue sticks


Where to Find 20th Anniversary Ale on Tap

Yet to enjoy our 20th Anniversary Barleywine Ale? (Or enjoyed it and want more?) Here are a few places to find it:

Sunday, June 22

  • WineStyles, Cypress – 4:30 PM

Tuesday, June 24

  • Canyon Creek
    • Beer Dinner with 20th cask and Icon Green

Thursday, June 26

  • BlackFinn American Grille – 5:00 PM
    • Craft Your Thursdays with a burger and beer combo
  • Carney’s Pub, College Station – 6:30 PM
  • Whole Foods Market, Katy
    • Taptastic Thursdays plus Elissa IPA cask

Saturday, June 28

  • Onion Creek – 6:00 PM
    • Party in the Parking Lot: live music, Saint Arnold Root Beer brisket and Saint Arnold Beer brats.


Other Fun Stuff

DR14 Cask Tapping at Center Court Pizza & Brew, Pearland
Saturday, June 21 at 5:00 PM
Help them celebrate their 8th Anniversary
with a cask of DR14 and other Saint Arnold beers.


Saint Arnold Night at All Stadia Sports Grill Locations
Tuesday, June 24 at 7:30 PM

DR14 Tapping at Local Pour
Wednesday, June 25 at 6:30 PM

Tap Takeover at Winston’s on Washington
Thursday, June 26

Saint Arnold Night at Stadia Sports Grill, Westgreen
Friday, June 27

Launch Party at Jerry Built Homegrown Burgers, Bellaire
Monday, June 30
Get 50% off a beer and burger combo from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
They’ve even got a new Saint Arnold Burger that pairs great with Amber Ale.

Beer & BBQ Dinner at Killen’s BBQ
Monday, June 30
Save the date, and stay tuned for details.

Boiler Room Night at Mongoose versus Cobra
Wednesday, July 2 at 5:30 PM
Boiler Room with our Woodruff and Weedwacker Blackberry Syrups,
plus MvsC’s Serrano Syrup.

Thank you as always for the support!

 

Cheers!

 

The Brew Crew

Aaron, Alex, Allison, Andrew (2), Ben, Bennette, Bob, Brock (2), Casey, Chad, Chelsea, Colin, Crispy, Daniel, Deb, Dennis, Donny, Eddie, E’ Mandi, Felix, Frank (2), Gonzo, Grant, Greg, Halston, Janet, Jared, Jeremy, Joe, Joel, Josh (2), Justin, Kathy, Kelsey, Kendra, Kevin, Kim, Lauren, Lennie, Luke, Mark, Mary, Melissa, Michael (4), Nathan, Nicole, Phil, Ricardo, Robbie, Ryan, Schaefer, Seth and Stephen

 
Tours Weekdays at 2 PM and
Saturdays between 11 AM and 2 PM

www.saintarnold.com

 
 

   
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Wandering Star’s 3rd birthday coming soon!

Wandering Star Craft Brewery 3rd birthday party slash bash, will be held this Saturday June 14th noon to 5pm at 11 Gifford St Pittsfield Ma. If it’s anything like the last two this one should be just as great, with three bands, food and great brews. The Badassbeerwife and I will be there helping out with whatever we can do along with pouring brews. We just love these folks, Chris Post is the brewer and he’s got one heck of a British accent and makes great brews along with his wife Shannon who always has that face like she’s happy to see you on growler filling days with great conversations. Come on down and show your support for a local brewery and have a great time. See you there!

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Throwback Brewery Newsletter

Throwback Brewery – Raspberry Wheat, Rhubarb Wit, Spicy Bohemian Day & More!

Summer Farmers’ Markets

We are excited to be back at the Portsmouth Farmers’ Markets this Summer! And, we are delighted that we got accepted to all the Exeter and Greenland Markets as well! The Portsmouth and Exeter markets have kicked off already.
- Portsmouth markets are Saturdays 8am to 1pm.
- Exeter markets are Thursdays 2:15 to 6pm.
- Greenland markets start May 27th and are from 3 to 6pm.

We packed all this information into our events calendar, which you can find on the Throwback Brewery website 

New, Refreshing Seasonal Beers are Here!

We were beginning to think the Winter would never end. But, here we are, almost through May, and the weather is finally getting nicer! To coincide with the change in weather, we are thrilled to rollout two Seasonal beers. First up, our Rhubarb Wit - a traditional belgian style wit made with local oats, coriander, chamomile, and rhubarb. We’ve made this beer for the past few years, and it never lasts long, so please be sure to stop by and pick some up! This year the orange notes from the orange peel are more pronounced & very pleasant. The beer is a bit tart, nice and citrusy, and very refreshing!

Next up is a brand new beer that we are extremely excited about! It is called Berry Occidental, and it is an amazingly refreshing Raspberry Wheat beer made with black raspberries from Hobbs Farm (North Hampton, NH.) With an aroma and flavor of fresh picked raspberries, this delicious beer has a colorful backstory that you can read about here.

We love these beers, and hope you guys do, too! Cheers –Annette & Nicole

Spicy Bohemian Launch – June 8th

Last year we threw a small celebration on a Sunday to celebrate the release of Spicy Bohemian. We had such an amazing time, that we thought we would do it again! Please come join us on Sunday, June 8th starting at 11:30 am and running til 3pm. We will be–
- Selling bottles, filling growlers, and pouring tastes of Spicy Bohemian.
- Hosting the talented folks of
Vida Verda, who will have their food truck here & will be selling their tacos & other mouth watering goodies.
- Filling growlers & pouring 4-oz beers
- Having a tie-dye t-shirt fundraiser – buy a tie-dyed t-shirt or make your own. All proceeds will go to the amazing folks at
Seacoast Eat Local.

If you can join us and are on Facebook, please let us know on our event page.

Latest places to get your Throwback on

Over the past few months, we have expanded the number of places where you can enjoy a Throwback beer. We would like to thank you as well as our newest retail outlets for your continued support. You can now find our beer at the following additional accounts:

- Leaven in Somersworth
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Hobbs Tavern in Ossipee
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The Joinery in Newmarket
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On the Rox in Rochester
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Calef’s in Barrington
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Lazy Dog Beer Shoppe in Londonderry
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The Farm at Eastman’s Corner in Kensington

If you have a favorite watering hole or beer shop in NH that you would like to carry our beer, please let us (and them :) know!

 

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