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News From Barley John’s

Barley John’s has a full slate of news for you today.

Announcing a Growler Sale in honor of Groundhog Day!

You’ve seen the movie with Bill Murray where he relives the same day over and over again…

Wouldn’t that day be a whole lot better if you had good beer in the fridge – beer that was replenished every day automatically, and for free? We can’t guarantee that’s going to happen, but wouldn’t you kick yourself if it did and you missed out?

Therefore all next week enjoy our Groundhog’s Day Growler Special — Fill up (2) growlers and save $5! (1/30/12 – 2/4/12)

2/14/12 St. Valentine’s Day Dinner
Now taking reservations: 651-636-4670

Details including the special menu will be emailed to you soon.

For those of you who were lucky enough to get tickets to Winterfest…

We are going to be there and bringing some fun stuff!

No guarantees now, but here’s the list of things we’re thinking of bringing:
Stockyard IPA, Wild Brunette, Smoked Old Eight Porter, Kaffir Pale Ale, Imperial Pilsener and a MYSTERY BEER you’re sure to be excited about…
We might even have a cask along.

If you weren’t one of the lucky 700 people to buy tickets in the 8 seconds before they sold out…
Stop by the restaurant and bring some of our beer home with you. It’s fresh, local, ON SALE, and perfect to cry into.

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New Seasonal Beers:
Those of you who’ve stopped by Barley John’s in the summer are familiar with all the hops growing along our patio. We harvest them and use them to dry hop this yearly seasonal. This American amber ale incorporates our estate Cascade and East Kent Goldings hops as well as toasted caraway and fennel seed into a beer that is fresh, hoppy, spicy, and a perfect warmer for the (finally) colder winter months.

Lagered in our cellar for nearly three months, this Pilsener is a big guy! Brewed with copious amounts of Pilsener malt and hopped with Noble Hallertau hops, this beer isn’t your grandpa’s brew. This is a traditional beer Czechs and Germans would recognize – except for the increased potency – that’s all-American.

An already citrusy American Pale Ale brewed with the addition of fresh Kaffir Lime Leaves in the boil, whirlpool and dry hopped for a week in secondary. Kaffir Lime leaves are a staple of Vietnamese and Thai food, and they’ve found a new home in this exceptionally fresh, complex and citrusy Pale.

Available soon: Schwarzbier – a light-bodied German Black Lager.

Don’t miss out – our Imperial Stout is almost gone – you can’t take it home in a growler, but it is worth taking a seat at the bar for.