June Lake Brewing
Kilmister Ginger Beer ~
That's right folks, it's finally time! This Sunday at 11am we will be tapping our first 1bbl pilot batch of Kilmister Ginger Beer at our tasting room. Be there early because this stuff is going to go quick. With a 28 gallon yield we have less than two kegs worth so get it while you can. Sorry in advance, but absolutely no growler fills :-(
Also on Sunday at 5:30pm we're hosting the June Lake Brewing Gran FollowMe trail ride. This is an hour to an hour and a half intermediate trail ride followed by $1 beers for all the riders that participate (that are over 21 of course). Meet at the tasting room with your favorite riding attire and wheeled apparatus at 5:30pm Sunday, and we'll head out to have some fun around 6pm. More info here - https://www.facebook.com/events/666222573452439/
In other beer news we'll be releasing our Silver Lake Saison tomorrow (Friday August 15th). This is our lightest color, flavor and alcohol beer to date. Finishing up around 4.9% ABV and 26 IBU, this beer is clean, dry and an all around good time.
To round out beer releases our Archimedes Red is on track for beligeration Friday August 22nd, and the much anticipated Hutte Double IPA will be following up with ultimate palate domination the last Friday of the month (August 29th). So plan accordingly and join us on a beerventure of your own.
Big thanks goes out to everyone that made Bluesapalooza two weeks ago, and the 60th annual June Lake Fireman's BBQ this past Saturday. If you missed them be sure to make it out to the upcoming Kamikaze Bike Games September 18th - 21st. Rumor has it JLB will be posted up at the upper Bullet Rock Garden for the Pro DH race Saturday the 20th to heckle and generally cause disruption.
This just in: Stainless Steel Cups and Growlers are back in stock! So come on by the tasting room between 11am and 8pm any day but Tuesday (the one day we're closed) and check out what we've got ripping.
June Lake Brewing
ABC Here We Come ~
Huzzah, and cheers to forward progress! Big thanks goes out to all of you for supporting the unanimous approval of our Conditional Use Permit by the Mono County Planning Commission. We'd also like to thank Ted Carleton and everyone at The Sheet News in Mammoth for spreading the word with our first news editorial (pictured below)! Adulation aside, we've compiled a list of what has been done, and what needs to happen to make JLB come to life:
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