DENVER, CO— Wit’s End Brewing is celebrating seven years in business and one year of cohabitation with the folks at Strange Craft Beer Co. at its Seventh Annual Ugly Sweater Party. It’s time to bust out those heinous holiday sweaters and party with the ghosts of beers past, present, and future. There will be major awards for the ugliest sweater, thirteen Wit’s End beers on tap, and The Little Big Sandwich Truck.
Wit’s End will be celebrating this momentous milestone on Saturday, December 8, 12pm - close. They are pulling out all the stops with the release of their annual Ugly Sweater Belgian Brown Winter Ale. Ugly Sweater is a random mixture of things that appear to be working together in some kind of plan. Loosely based on an English brown ale recipe, we throw in some knick-knacks like roasted pumpkin seeds, palm sugar, and peace on earth. Its rich caramel maltiness is like drinking a Sugar Daddy®, the roasted pumpkin seeds create a creamy nutty texture, and thanks to a Belgian yeast strain, the huge cinnamon and clove notes come through and balance the sweetness.
Additional special tappings to include Ancient Art (a fresh-hopped brut barleywine collaboration with Burns Family Artisan Ales who occupies Wit’s End’s former space), Jean-Claude Van Brett, Kessel Run Imperial Stout, classic recipes including their 2018 GABF® gold medal-winning Belgian-style blonde ale— Jean-Claude Van Blond, and more!
Beers that will be on tap December 8
Ghosts of Beers Past
Wilford, Belgian Oatmeal IPA
Kitchen Sink Porter, American Rye Porter
Ancient Art, Barleywine (cellar vintage)
Kessel Run, Imperial Stout (cellar vintage)
Jean Claude Van Brett, Belgian Blond w/Brettanomyces
Ghosts of Beers Yet To Come
Double Ambition, Double Black Coffee Stout
DDH Scrumtrulescent, Modern IPA
Miami Berliner Vice with Guava
Ghosts of Beers Present
Ugly Sweater, Belgian Winter Ale
Green Man Ale, American IPA
Super FLI.P.A., Black IPA
Lindauer Lager, Urtyp Helles Lager
Jean-Claude Van Blond, Belgian-style Blonde Ale
For more information about Wit’s End’s seventh anniversary and their year of cohabitation with Strange Craft Beer Company, contact Emily Hutto at email@example.com.
ABOUT WIT’S END BREWING COMPANY
At the dawn of the fourth wave of craft beer, Scott Witsoe launched Wit’s End in 2011 on a one barrel brewhouse. Wit’s End has now earned two Great American Beer Festival® Gold medals and a World Beer Cup® Bronze award. In late 2017, Wit’s End Brewing moved its brewing operations to Strange Craft Beer Company where Tyler Bies is now head brewer of both brewing companies. Wit’s End will remain an artisanal Denver brand that continues to be fueled by dreams and inspired by the limitless potential of craft beer… join Wit’s End on the journey! Witsendbrewing.com.