Rue This Day…

Perhaps, if you’re like me, you won’t.  Patrick Rue and The Bruery had their annual (well, second time so far, but I think it’s planned to continue) signup for the Reserve Society today.  If you haven’t already, I believe there may be some spots left.

Click here to signup at The Reserve Society Store…

A quick copy and paste from the site tells us the planned beer list:
Membership begins January 1, 2011 and ends December 31, 2011. Includes the following:
- 1 bottle 3 French Hens
- 1 bottle Sour in the Rye
- 1 bottle mystery special release
- 1 bottle Trois Poules Français (upon release)
- 1 bottle 2011 Black Tuesday (upon release)
- Reserve Society t-shirt and insulated growler carrier (subject to change)
- Access to purchase special bottle release allocations with 15% discount
- 15% off all Tasting Room purchases
- 15% off of draft beer flights and Bruery beer at The Bruery Provisions (Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts)
- First right of refusal for 2012 membership
- Access to special growler fills
- Access to Reserve Society-only events (additional charges may apply)
- Entrance for two to the Reserve Society Initiation Celebration (scheduled for mid-January)

We anticipate the following beers to be released to the Reserve Society in 2011 (additional cost):
- Cigar City Collaboration – Special Edition (Doesn’t have an official name yet)
- Batch No. 50 (Grand Funk Aleroad)
- Melange No. 1
- Melange No. 3
- 100% Barrel Aged Cuir
- Black Tuesday
- Oude Tart
- Trois Poules Français (Base of Three French Hens soured and 100% barrel aged with Syrah grapes added)
- Many special “Provisions Series” beers

I don’t think there is a beer on their list I’m not looking forward to.  Although I haven’t had any of the Provision Series yet (Gunga Galunga sounds nice, and I hear Premiere is very good) and I know absolutely nothing about Cuir (I assume it’s their anniversary brew this year).  Regardless, I hope you are all ready for the mass amount of Bruery related blog posts I’ll have this coming year.

Cheers!
Dave

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