Tap 25 to Host Schubros Festbier Release Party
Tap 25, an East Bay taproom in Livermore, that offers 25 of the rarest, most select craft beers on a rotating basis, will be hosting the Schubros Festbier release party this Thursday, September 13, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm outside in its beer garden.
The event will give beer enthusiasts an opportunity to taste Schubros Festbier on draught for the first time and meet Schubros’ Chief Brewing Officer, Mike Johannsen. Guests will enjoy live music. Tapas from neighboring restaurant Swirl, will also be available for purchase.
The limited-production Schubros Festbier, of which fewer than 120 cases and 100 kegs were made, will be available on draught and in bottles for a limited time.
“We’re thrilled to introduce Schubros Festbier to our loyal customers and craft beer fans across the East Bay, said Tim Bryan, proprietor of Tap 25. “When people visit us, they expect to find only very special, one-of-a-kind craft beers, which is why we look forward to featuring Schubros Festbier. A nod to the Munich malt-infused brews that define beer this time of year, it’s a perfect addition to our current collection of high-quality,Craft beers.”
“Tap 25 is one of the best places to enjoy unique craft beer, so we’re honored to be partnering with its owners in launching the Festbier,” said Mike Johannsen, Chief Brewing Officer for Schubros Brewery. “Like the beers that made the beer gardens of Munich so popular, Festbier is a classic Oktoberfest style lager with a rich flavor profile that pairs well with food like Swirl’s sweet, savory and spicy mixed nuts, its Cheesy Bread, featuring a goat cheese blend drizzled with local olive oil, or its Antipasto Vino.
What first began centuries ago as a festival in Munich to celebrate the wedding of King Louis I of Bavaria to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen, Oktoberfest is an annual celebration that runs from late September until the first Sunday in October. More than 1 million gallons of beer are consumed annually at the modern-day Oktoberfest.
The Schubros Festbier release party will be held on Thursday, September 13, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Tap 25 in Blacksmith Square at 25 S Livermore Ave #107, Livermore, California, 94550. During the event, Schubros Festbier on draught will be available for purchase. For more information, call Tap 25 at (925) 294-8970.
About Tap 25
Tap 25, which offers a variety of draught beers on a rotating basis, was created by beer lovers who decided to create a place that people could come to enjoy the world of American Craft Beer. Offering an intimate setting with beautiful outdoor seating in Livermore’s Blacksmith Square, the taproom and beer garden is all about the beer – good beer. You won’t find big corporate beer there, just the great taste of American Craft Brewers from across the nation. With its 25 rotating handles, Tap 25 offers the rare, the favorite and the crazy flavors that make up America’s beer revolution. To find out more about Tap25’s taproom and beer garden, visit www.taptwentyfive.com.
About Schubros Brewery
San Ramon-based Schubros Brewery was founded in 2011 by four beer and food industry veterans who, together, possess nearly 50 years of industry experience. Striving to elevate beer enjoyment to the highest level, Schubros believes in creating the ultimate epicurean experience through its purposefully reciped beers. The brewery is guided by three core values – community, responsibility and quality. Schubros Brewery plans to participate in community events, hire locally and give one percent of its core-brand sales to worthy organizations in the San Ramon Valley and Tri-Valley regions including area schools, parks and wildlife and environment preservation groups. The company is committed to preserving the purity of its brands, investing in green technology and using all-natural and organic ingredients. For more information about Schubros Brewery and its management and values, please visit www.schubrosbrewery.com or call (925) 786-2232.
ContactTim Bryan [email protected] (925) 294-8970
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