Thursday, July 28, 2022

Cantillon BRC release

We do not use the BRC as much as we used to, but we have a few BRC releases coming up!

We will release Cantillon at the end of this month based on top BRC supporters.

  • Cantillon Fou' Foune Apricot Lambic 750ml
  • Cantillon St. Lamvinus 750ml
  • Cantillon Bruocsella 1900 Grand Cru 750ml
  • Cantillon Classic Gueuze 375ml
Cantillon will be released at the end of the month based on last 6 months of beer purchases.  We will continue to count any of our TWCP beers as double points.  The Perennial DDHs we have released and the 2nd Shift/Perennial Barleywine....anything that fell in the last 6 months.  Emails will got out August 1st.


Side Project Releases!
Then we have two amazing beers coming from Side Project soon.  Apparently they are bottled now.  We are working on release details.  These will be a BRC release too, again we will do double points on our TWCP beers.

just a sneak peak of of the labels -- we have no more info for you now.  We will let you know, please do not call for details, we will announce it when we know.


And this BRC release!

TWCP 40th Anniversary beers!  Thanks to Perennial
We have about 24-30 bottles left.  
We will release the rest in a raffle at then end of July!

2022 Perennial / TWCP Maman 40th Anniversary...$49.99
This batch is 3 barrels of Knob Creek 15 year old, Larceny Wheated Bourbon, Elijah Craig Bourbon. In barrel for about 2 years.
We want to thank everyone for all local support for us and local Perennial!
Thank you to Perennial for doing this release
You must be a member of our Beer Reward Club
  • Based on Perennial purchases June 1st, 2021 until Sunday, July 31st at 3pm. Emails will go out on Monday.
  • We will email out the top Perennial supporters for a chance to purchase a bottle of TWCP Maman 40th Anniversary edition.
Support your local breweries!
Order Perennial online now or shop in store
Double dry hopped with Galaxy and Mosaic 
Perennial / TWCP / Spirit DDH Got the Life IPA...$15.99 / 4pk 16oz cans

The latest installment from our Hazy Lite IPA series
This "hazyish": IPA series features various malt bills and hopping combinations.  All utilize a soft mouthfeel, minimal bitterness and a dryish finish.  Is it East cost? Is it West coast?  Naw, it's a midwest thang..

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