More News from the Canning Department …
The United States of America may be preparing for a regime change next month, but at the Civil Life Brewing Company, we’re still saying, “Yes We Can!” We released our beloved American Brown Ale and our “Craft Beer” in cans (both are still available at the pub with a special holiday price of just $36.00 a case). Next week, we are canning our GABF-gold-medal-award winning Rye Pale Ale (Best Rye Beer in America 2014).
We were pretty pleased with how are brown and bitter turned out in cans. If you haven’t tried them, you’re missing out. Did I mention our $36 case holiday special? We have every reason to believe the Rye Pale Ale will be excellent in cans. It should be bright and crisp with some beautiful pine and citrus and loads of tasty rye spice (think earthy peppercorn).
Our previous plans to get the ESB and Porter in cans were derailed by technical difficulties to the disappointment of many (especially us!), but rest assured, cans of delicious Rye Pale Ale will be available at the pub next Tuesday December 20th. That’s just in time for Christmas. Who on your list wouldn’t want a six-pack of rye? Or better still, a case. Don’t forget to leave some out for the man in the red suit; save the milk and cookies for the children.
And when you stop in for canned beer, don’t forget coozies. We’ve got plenty of shirts, hats, scarves, and other great gifts (including gift certificates), so The Civil Life is the obvious stop for last minute gifts.
We don’t mind repeating ourselves: we’re really excited about these cans! Just remember, for now our cans are only available at the pub. After we complete our planned expansion, we hope to see Civil Life cans gracing the shelves of our city’s finest grocery and liquor stores.
For now, stop by the pub and load up on the best canned beer around. It’s just another excuse to stop by the pub and have a pint. We’re always glad to see you.
The Civil Blog has returned. It is predominantly authored by Civil Life Barman, Dr. Patrick Hurley, who can be found tending to our bar patrons on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. He is also responsible for tending to our draft lines, which is recognized as one of our most important tasks. Special guest writers will appear from time to time. We hope reading this blog will give you much insight about the Civil Life and most importantly help you understand a bit more about all of us that work here and the beers we put our hearts into.