Cheshire Valley at the Evergreen Brickworks

The Brewer’s Backyard event this Sunday, January 6th, six breweries getting in on the fun – the most to date!  For the first time Nickel Brook Brewery and Grand River Brewingalong with Great Lakes BreweryAmsterdam BreweryIndie Alehouse, and Cheshire Valley Brewing returning to the Brewer’s Backyard.

All of the brewers are bringing unique, rare and potent beers to Brew Year’s Day and you can expect to try, on draught:

  • Amsterdam Full City Tempest Imperial Stout
  • Cheshire Valley Oak Aged Scottish Pale Ale
  • Grand River Russian Gun Imperial Stout
  • Great Lakes Apocalypse Later Double Black IPA and Witch King Baltic Porter (collaboration with Biergotter)
  • Indie Alehouse Christmas Spiced Porter and Jump the Shark American Strong Ale
  • Nickel Brook Old Kentucky Bastard Imperial Stout
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