Forget CNN. We can tell you what’s happening in the world. Some shit’s blowing up. Some is hitting the fan. Here’s your fleeting escape.
To celebrate we're dropping Oktöberface cans for the first time ever, Nobel House is on the grill firing up sausages, and we're going to be toasting to while you sit down in comfort at one of our seven community tables or perhaps inside overlooking the brewhouse in a booth. We designed this for your comfort so you truly hope you come and enjoy. Now and most importantly, the beer.
This Saturday, July 22 we'll be setting the next release of The Old Order into the world. Man vs. Internet vs. Mothra brings an oaky, bourbon, and toasted coconut mélange (as Paul would say) to the front with this Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Red Ale. This beer spent twelve patient months in Four Roses bourbon barrels before being hand-bottled, one at a time, in a craft-beer-as-hell fashion here are the brewery in Naperville.
This is the release of Solemn Oath's newest creation Strange Old Woods, a double dry-hopped New England-style India Pale Ale. The owls are not what they seem and this beer is properly hazed.
Your primary goal for tomorrow is to have a good time. Enjoy the beer, the company of friends you've just met, and celebrate responsibly. For the last several years we've packed four figures worth of people into our parking lot and brewery successfully, so please keep our neighbors and the City of Naperville in mind when you’re deciding how hard to party or how to party hard. We would like to continue to have the option to celebrate big, so now it's on you to conduct yourselves in a manor that your grandparents would be proud of. We trust that we’re all on the same page about this.
If you're just finding out about this, see here for tickets.
The Old Order continues Saturday, May 20 with the featured release of Heavyweight Ticklefight Champion of the World and Barrel-Aged Telegraph. These graceful displays of a couple of our favorite high-gravity creations each sat twelve months in bourbon barrels before giving us the thumbs up of readiness. Heavyweight features rich caramel, vanilla, and toffee malt character with subtle oak and spirit notes. Telegraph, our celebrated Scotch Ale, parades its rich raisin and subtle roast malt character with notes of toasted coconut, oak, and bourbon. The party starts at 10AM for members and noon for everyone.
Wisconsin is a second home to SOB. I'm (Ed. note: SOB President John Barley) from there and we have a number of big things in store in the coming years for the state. We're thrilled to be kicking off our partnership with General Beverage and if you haven't yet seen, we're also hiring a Market Manager for Wisconsin. Apply yourself or tell your friends and family.