Reuben’s Brews is turning 3!

Reubens 3 YRWith the indelible impression Reuben’s Brews has made on Seattle craftbeer, it is hard to imagine it has only been 3 years since since they opened their doors; I even struggle to remember a time before Reuben’s. Since then, they’ve churned out one phenomenal beer after another, won countless awards along the way, and quickly gained a reputation as one of the state’s best and most beloved breweries. Recently, they’ve parlayed that success into a new, shiny, and much larger facility just around the corner from their birthplace (which is now being used as a barrel-aging facility). 

This Saturday, they invite you to join them in celebration of all they’ve accomplished in these three great years. So head on over and raise a glass to all of their past, present, and plenty of future success! 

More details from Reuben’s:

Where does the time go? It seems like it was just Aug. 5, 2012. But here we are, three years later in our beautiful new taproom and expanded brewery!

Join us on Saturday, Aug. 15, at the taproom for our anniversary party! We’ll debut our anniversary beer, “Three Years Gose Fast!” on tap and in a limited number of bottles available. The second brew in our sour series, our Gose is a tart, refreshing, lemony brew with just a little salinity to balance. It’s brewed with Lactobacillus, coriander, and Fleur de Sel. We think you’ll like it!

Furthermore, the first 200 people to have a pint will receive their beer in a free commemorative to go glass (limit one per person)! We’ll also have some special beers from the cellar, a raffle for charity, and more!

The fun starts when the taproom opens at noon. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter for the latest!


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