The Bruery is home to some of America’s most sought-after beers every year. Form the famed “Weekday” series (Black Tuesday, Mocha Wednesday, etc) to various barrel-aged and wild releases, there something for every beer drinker.
The Bruery is also home to one of the most exclusive membership societies with good reason. The beers available to society members are pretty crazy. In 2018, the Reserve Society has been overhauled a bit in order to give members a little more exclusivity, and flexibility. Here’s how it breaks down.
First, East Coast pickup. The Bruery opens a new store in Washington D.C. this month. This gives members another pickup spot for the first time. Your beer is held in a climate controlled facility through February 29th, 2019. You pick up on YOUR schedule.
Payment plan. $99 dollars down secures your spot in the Reserve Society. No need to drop the full $300 to start. Your bank account will thank you.
Additionally, members get a 2018 branded Whaleshark bottle opener, access to special merch, and 15% off at TheBrueryStore.com, offshootbeer.com, Tasting Rooms and Fulfillment Centers, regardless of your selected fulfillment location (CA or DC).
If you’re not sold yet, let the beer be the closer, which is some of the most ridiculous you’ll find out there. In 2018, regardless of which Reserve Society club you select for your included bottles, you’ll have first access to purchase these future releases:
- PB & Jelly Thursday (only available as included bottles in the “mix” and “The Bruery” clubs)
• Black & Blue BBLs (only available as included bottles in the “mix” and “Bruery Terreux” clubs)
• Last Slice (bourbon barrel-aged key lime strong ale)
• You Asked For It (bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout with vanilla)
• White Chocolate Chunk
• Chocolate Salty BBLs
• Barrel-Aged 10 Lords-a-Leaping
• Central Coast Pinot Noir Sour Collaboration
• PB & Thursday (2018)
• Black Tuesday (2018)
• Black Tuesday (aged in the grand cru of California wine barrels)
• Chocolate Rain (2018)
• Grey Monday (2018)
• Oude Tart Reserve
• Blue BBLs (2018)
• Imperial Cabinet (2018)
• Windowsill (2018)
• Les Ronces (2018)
• Rum Barrel-Aged Tart of Darkness
• A key lime pie sour
• A collaboration or two with Chef Brooke Williamson
• Mounds of Coconuts (bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout with coconut)
• New foeder-aged farmhouse releases
• Three installments from the new Orchard Project series
• A French toast-inspired bourbon barrel-aged imperial brown ale
• A dark sour anniversary beer for Bruery Terreux
• A bourbon barrel-aged imperial brown ale with coffee
• Foster Happiness (Bananas Foster-inspired bourbon barrel-aged ale)
• Mash & Spumoni
• A new, experimental, sour wine-beer hybrid with white grapes
• American Anthem (peach cobbler-inspired bourbon barrel-aged ale)
• A bourbon barrel-aged wheatwine with orange creamsicle-like flavors
• A strawberry cream-inspired bourbon barrel-aged ale
• A bourbon barrel-aged imperial porter
• Out of the Lunch Box (a more “sessionable” PB&J ale)
• An oak-aged sour blonde collaboration project brewed with Beachwood Blendery, The Good Beer Company, Highland Park Brewery, Modern Times Beer, Monkish Brewing Co. and Phantom Carriage
• A quad aged in apple brandy barrels
• An oak-aged sour with Picpoul Blanc grapes
• A collab with M.I.A. Beer Company
New fruited treatments to classic Bruery Terreux releases (such as Tart of Darkness with Black Currants, Sour in the Rye with Kumquats and Oude Tart with Cherries)
New installments in our Frucht, anniversary and Christmas series of beers
That’s a hell of a lot of beer choices. Sold? Hit this link for membership. The Bruery Reserve Society 2018.
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