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Fort Bend Brewing introduces Grand Reserve 2013

Fort Bend Brewing Grand Reserve
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Houston’s Fort Bend Brewing is expanding its reach across the area and making its way into more restaurants, taverns, pubs, and retail outlets each day. The brewery just celebrated a year of great accomplishments and what better way to sanctify the moment than by releasing a brand new beer. That new beer is Grand Reserve 2013, a limited release beer and a style that you don't often find. Here is a description of this new Fort Bend Brewing product:

Grand Reserve 2013 is an English style Barleywine. Conditioned for 6 months, the soft hop bitterness provides a balance to the myriad sweet dark fruit, maple, brown sugar, and cocoa flavors you are sure to notice. With a warming finish, higher alcohols reminiscent of fortified wines like port and madeira linger on the palate. Alcohol by Volume: 11.1%

To spread the good cheer, Fort Bend Brewing is holding special release events at different locations around the city. Below are the dates, times, and places to gather for a sampling of this new FBBC ale:

Wednesday, January 29

  • BRC Gastropub, 6 p.m.

519 Shepherd Dr., Houston TX

  • Guru Burgers, 6:30 p.m.

2268 Texas Dr., Sugar Land, TX

Note: BRC and Guru will also offer other Fort Bend Brewing beers plus growler fills

Thursday, January 30

  • Mongoose V Cobra, 6 p.m.

1011 McGowen St., Houston, TX

Saturday, February 1

  • The Lodge Texas Tavern & BBQ, 6:30 p.m.

3130 S. Main St., Stafford, TX

Other locations serving Fort Bend Brewing Grand Reserve 2013 include:

  • Hay Merchant
  • D&T Drive In
  • 3rd Floor
  • Firkin and Phoenix

Keep in mind that Fort Bend Grand Reserve 2013 is available in limited quantities only and won’t be around for long. Select locations will serve Grand Reserve on draft while others will sell/serve in 22 oz. bomber bottles. Supplies are limited, so make your way to one of the above establishments and grab a sample of Grand Reserve, one of the very few barleywines ever produced by a Houston area brewery.

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