Friday, November 12, 2010

Cigar City Brew News

Either/Or Release,Cajun Cafe Beer Festival, SideBerns Beer Dinner

Hey Guys,
First of all, we are speechless at the amount of support we have received in the last 24 hours for our Tasting Room that now hangs in the balance of the Tampa City Council's decision to let us continue operating. Your continued support is what is going to keep our doors open; so please keep the phone calls, letters, and emails flowing!

Tomorrow (November 12th) we will be releasing Either and Or, our collaboration with Hill Farmstead and Grassroots Brewing. We will have it available on tap, and in 12 oz. single bottles beginning at 11am.

Don't forget this Saturday, November 13th is the Cajun Cafe Beer Festival. Over 100 Specialty, Craft, and Imported Beers; along with the best Cajun Food this side of Louisiana will be available for your enjoyment along with great live jazz from Bobby Tess. Tickets are available at the door only and are limited as are portions of that awesome whiskey bread pudding Paul usually has around! The CCB crew will be out pouring our wares and rumor has it there are some special kegs of ours Paul has saved for the occasion. It should be a great time, hope to see you there!

Please join us Tuesday, November 16th for a Cigar City Brewery Dinner at SideBerns.

Here is the list of 7 Beers to be tasted:

  • Jai Alai India Pale Ale
  • Humidor Series Ale
  • Guava Grove
  • Maduro Oatmeal Brown Ale
  • 110K+OT
  • Marshal Zhukov Imperial Stout
  • Cubano Espresso

From SideBern's Press Release:

SideBern's is pleased to present our first ever brewery dinner. It is fitting that we chose to work with Tampa's own Cigar City Brewery. Crafting award-winning brews made with local influence, CCB is a true gem in Tampa's ever evolving cultural crown. If you have never been to their tasting room, located next to the brewery, you need to make a trip. These beers are as unique as they are delicious. Chef Chad tasted through the line-up with the CCB team and set an order to the dinner from the light hop driven Jai Alai IPA to the creamy rich Marshal Zhukov Imperial Stout. The menu is still in the works, as the seasons dictate what will be used for each course. Look for more details soon but don't wait to buy a ticket.

We have a limited amount of seats.
Here is the link for online ticket purchase:

Until next time,


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