Four String turns six this weekend

Written by on October 20, 2017 in Beer, Events - No comments

Four String Brewing Company is throwing a party to celebrate six years in the brewing biz this weekend.

The party will feature a bottle release of eleven different beers, with various barrel-aged versions of their Motorbreath Imperial Stout, Ghost Ship Vortex Baltic Porter, and Rumble Strip American Barley Wine. The bottle sale will start at 12pm, with prices ranging from $8-$10 per bottle. Only cash will be accepted for the bottle sale.

The anniversary event will also act as the public limited release of Fresh Hop Pilsner, a continental-inspired Pilsner loaded with field fresh, whole leaf Glacier and Hallertau Mittelfru hops, brewed in collaboration with Fat Head’s Brewery. The beer will be available at the party on draft as well as in six-pack cans to go.

“We aged the beer cold for over a month in the traditional German way and have left the beer unfiltered to showcase the grassy, grainy, and herbal aromatics found only in a beer this clean”, said Four String brewmaster Larry Horwitz in a statement.

DJ Adam Scoppa will entertain starting at 1pm, and live music starts at 6pm with performances from The League Bowlers, Mortimur, The Digs and Bob Ras. Food will be provided by the Ajumama and Holy Taco food trucks.

Four String’s sixth anniversary celebration will take place Saturday, October 21 from noon to midnight with at the brewery’s recently renovated Hilltop Taproom, located at 660 North Hague Ave.

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Cheryl Harrison. Editor of Drink Up Columbus. Geek of the craft beer/board game/sci-fi varieties. Fan of patios.

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