NEWS : September

Bo & Luke 2016 Bottle Release

09/27/2016

This barrel aged imperial stout boasts a recipe inspired by our beloved spirit, Kentucky Bourbon. Bo & Luke employs the essential ingredients in bourbon and is conditioned in freshly dumped Kentucky Bourbon barrels for up to 120 days. The resulting beer is a dark, smoky, and delicious imperial stout that has anyone who tries it, reeling for more.

Bo & Luke is a collaboration beer first brewed in the summer of 2012 with Dutch brew master of Brouwerji de Molen, Menno Oliver. Oliver has a reputation for being one of the best brewers in craft beer world. Couple his and our expertise for creating big, bold beers, as well as, our gumption for pushing the boundaries of flavor and you’ve got a beer that “beats all you ever saw!”

This year we will be releasing Bo & Luke on October 27th at our brewpub downtown. A limited number of 750 ml bottles will be available for purchase, as well as, special 4-packs that include three variants. This year’s variants are themed “wood aged around the world.” They include Bo & Luke aged in tequila barrels, rum barrels, and Islay scotch barrels.  Pre-sale for 4-packs will begin at 2:00 PM and open sales begin at 5:00 PM. Bo & Luke will also be on draft and Menno Oliver will be there too!

Limited availability ain’t no joke, so we offer pre-sale tickets (available here) to reserve a 4-pack online. Pre-sale tickets go on sale October 1st at 10:00 AM. They go quick, so be prepared! 

NOTE

Pre-sale tickets are a reservation of the featured product, the Bo & Luke 4-pack. It includes Bo & Luke and the three variants.

We don’t take pre-sale orders in-house or over the phone. It must be done online.

The remaining supply of variants will be sold on a first come first serve basis at 5:00 PM.

FAQs ABOUT BO & LUKE 2016

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

You betcha! To purchase a ticket and receive product you MUST be 21 or older. However, the event itself is all ages.

What are my parking options for the event?

There’s a large parking lot that can be found directly next to our building, as well as, metered street parking.

Where can I stay overnight?

Well, we’ll tell you one thing, you can’t stay here! There are plenty of places to crash downtown and in the surrounding area. We’ve compiled a list to make it easy for you. Check it out on our website.

What can/can't I bring to the event?

You can bring yourself, but you can’t bring your alcohol! Bottle sharing is, simply, not allowed on Against the Grain property. We monitor OUR property very closely.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Nope! We just can’t do it. No proxies are allowed, no exceptions. Once you’ve got it, you’ve got it. If you can’t make, in person on the date of the event, you’ll lose your ticket.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

If you need something spelled out, please e-mail info@atgbrewery.com with the subject line reading “You Lucky Bastard.”