Avery bravery leads to savory flavors that are favorites with neighbors.

Robin’s brew-slinging will have them all singing ‘specially while drinking what Avery’s thinking. Four beers to imbibe that are all worth a try, so come pump up the vibe and then safely drive.

Avery is also our Spotlight Brewery for June, meaning you save bunches all months on all their brews. Last week, Robin poured FATE Brewing. Everyone seemed to enjoy their Gose (“GOH-zuh”) with some interesting salty sourness. Robin has been a beer connoisseur at Pettyjohn’s for six and a half years and we’re excited to have him start spreading his passion to our community. Hope to see you tonight!

OUR THURSDAY LINE-UP:

Avery Joe’s Pilsner

First up we will taste the lightest offered from the folks at Avery, Joe’s Pilsner. Joe’s is true to the European style of Pilsner, but with a healthy dose of noble German hops to add a slight bitter finish. Like most of our beers we’re tasting today, this is a good warm weather beer. 4.7% abv.

Avery Perzik Saison with Peaches 

The Perzik Saison seasonal from Avery has a little bit of everything: dry, crisp, fruity & sweet. This harmony of different flavors works because they are all kept subtle, leaving you with a well balanced Farmhouse with a slight sweetness. Still light and refreshing, but with a little more kick than Joe’s at 6.4% abv.

Avery Liliko’i Kepolo Belgian Ale with Passion Fruit

Technically a Witbeir, but far from traditional, Liliko’i Kepolo is a memorable beer. It goes down easier than beer should with a very present flavor of passion fruit. We sell this one year round, but it becomes extremely popular as the weather warms up. If I were stranded on a desert island and could only have one beer to drink… this would be it!

Avery Ellie’s Brown

Lastly, we will taste Avery’s Ellie’s brown. Well known to Boulderites, Ellie’s has been a staple ale for many years. With strong flavors of chocolate malt, vanilla and nuts, you’ll find this beer is quite different than the others tasted today and is last because it’s heavy on the palate. 5.5% abv.

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