Avery Brewing Co. Celebrates 25 Years


Avery Brewing Company, a pioneering craft brewery known for its all-encompassing obsession with beer, has hit a momentous milestone with 25 years of beer!


To celebrate, Avery Brewing is throwing a gargantuan party on August 4th (12pm – 5pm) honoring what it does best, and providing a liquid “thank you” to all of its fans who have supported the brewery over the last 25 years. Adam Avery is digging into his notoriously well-stocked cellar to bring attendees over 90 Avery beers to sample, all for $40.


Noteworthy beers include:

·         25 Barrel-Aged Series beers such as Black EyeNuttiest Professor, and Scarlata Cucumis.

·         Verticals of discontinued Demons of Ale Series (The BeastSamael’s, and Mephistopheles)

·         First chance to try Avery’s #50 Barrel-Aged Series beer, Raspberry Truffale.


“This year’s Anniversary party is a tribute to the beers that got us to 25 years and to the beers that will write our future,” says Adam Avery, CEO and Founder of Avery Brewing Co. “It’s the best way we know how to thank our loyal fans for supporting us throughout the years. Let’s drink great beer together.” 


In addition to unlimited 2oz pours of over 90 beers, enjoy tunes from Boulder-local Hop Pickers, Casino Effect, and Legitimate Front, plus family friendly fun with a kid zone. 


Tickets are on sale now here: https://tickets.twoparts.com/events/avery-25th-anniversary-party/tickets


About Avery Brewing Company:


A Colorado-based brewery for over 25 years, Avery Brewing has a singular focus on creating the perfect beer. In a world full of discord, their belief is that a singular dedication to something as seemingly simple and inconsequential as beer can transform the world. Avery Brewing exists to pursue the mastery of beer and to reveal its power. Standouts include White Rascal Belgian-Style White Ale, a remarkable selection of IPAs including Maharaja Imperial IPA, and barrel-aged classics such as Tweak Bourbon Barrel-Aged Coffee Stout. Discover what great beer can do to your world. Beer First. The Rest Will Follow. www.averybrewing.com

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