This email is about Craft Beer. If you aren’t interested in this, you can edit your email preferences to only read about the things you do want by clicking the link in the heading of this email that says: Did you know you can dial in your email preferences here?
It’s August, and if you haven’t already done it, you’ll probably be floating one of the fantastic rivers in our area soon. Of course you can’t take glass on the water, so what do you do if you prefer a fine, delicious craft beer?
Quick Reminder: Sierra Nevada Beer Tasting Tonight
Sierra Nevada Beer Tasting is tonight at 5pm and 7pm. We will have CANS of Torpedo and possibly Pale Ale here. The 7pm event is totally booked, but you can still get tickets for the 5pm event.
We have not one, but TWO very special kegs being tapped for this event, and will be featuring special growler fill prices tonight only. Bring a growler, bring a couple growlers, heck bring a few growlers and fill up! If you need a Stainless Steel growler for the river, we have those in stock, or a glass growler if you’re going to be enjoying the beer at home.
Have you heard about $2 pints?
We are running a special right now for Elysian Immortal IPA. $2 pints and $7 growler fills. Are you in?
Canned Craft Beer!
In the past few years, spearheaded by Oskar Blues, craft beer breweries have been canning some incredible beers! There are several benefits to cans.
- Cans preserve the flavor of beer better than glass bottles. No light penetrates the cans and the seal is tighter than a bottle cap. Thus, your beer tastes fresher longer. It’s like a mini-keg.
- Cans are environmentally friendly. They are easier to recycle and require less packaging.
- Cans are cheaper for the brewery and distributor to ship, saving fuel, tires, and cost.
- Cans don’t break.
- Cans are more convenient and more legal to bring along on outdoor activities like camping, disc golf, hiking, river floating, boating, or a day at the beach.
- Cans get to fridge temperatures quickly, and take up less space.
What Craft Beers Come In Cans?
Enoteca has in stock several Canned Craft Beers. Here’s a partial list, you can click through to buy online or come on in and pick them up! When we run out of something we’re re-ordering it, so if it’s not here at the moment, it should be very soon.