Bluejacket Brewery Debuting - The Beers, That Is
It may still be a number of months before Bluejacket Brewery opens on the eastern end of the Boilermaker Shops in the Yards, but that's not stopping owner Greg Engert and brewer Megan Parisi from getting a head start on the beers that will be offered at the new restaurant. So, tomorrow (Wednesday, Aug. 1) at 6 pm, Bluejacket's first five beers will be unveiled in an event at sibling ChurchKey.
If you go to the ChurchKey web site and then click on Events (come on, people, direct links!), you'll see hints about the lineup, which are mainly "mashups" created in collaboration with other breweries around the US, but also includes Sidewalk Saison, Bluejacket's first solo brew. (via WaPo
It's expected that Bluejacket itself will open in early 2013.
At the risk of not being 1 billion percent accurate, I'll draw attention to the fact that two of the beers have already been "released" (Snack Attack and the Black Berliner Techno Weiss) and three are new, with Sidewalk Saison being the only one that is completely Bluejacket's own creation. But since ChurchKey also bills the event on its own web site as "World Premier: Bluejacket 5 Drafts Unveiled," you can just pick which part of "Premier" and "Unveiled" you'd like to focus on.
says: (7/31/12 2:23 PM)
This place is certainly going to delay walking home from ball games. Hope they have outdoor seating.
says: (7/31/12 2:26 PM)
Yes, I believe they're going to have seating on the patio on the south side of the building, at the 4th and Tingey intersection.
says: (8/1/12 2:51 PM)
Their Snack Attack beer was the most unique beer I've ever had...and one of the most delicious. Here's hoping it becomes a staple at the new place, although you can't really have more than one or two in a sitting because of the sweeter taste.
says: (8/2/12 8:27 AM)
Checked it out last night. The Sidewalk Saison was excellent, and the others weren't too shabby either. Now they just need to open already!
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