50 + 5 Anniversary

Brewery Anniversary posterCome on by this  Saturday, July 16th, from 5 – 10 pm.  We’re celebrating our 50 +5 Anniversary, with live music, tasty food, and plenty of fresh, delicious Anaheim Beer.

ROUNDTRIP DIPAThe celebration begins in the Beer Garden at 5 pm, when Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait will tap the first ever keg of Round Trip Double India Pale Ale.

You’ve been “Coast to Coast” with our IPA, now join us for a “Round Trip” DIPA.  Brewed especially for our  anniversary party, Round Trip Double IPA is a potent, more intensely hopped version of Anaheim Brewery’s Coast to Coast IPA.  Kevin Kidney’s label evokes a 1950’s era airline travel poster.

 

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Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait taps the first keg of Anaheim 1888, with a little help from state Senator Lou Correa.

Five years ago, we held our Grand Opening.  It was a kind of a re-opening, since the original Anaheim Brewery operated for 50 years, from 1870 to 1920. The last couple of years it was called Union Brewing Company, but the product was still “Famous Anaheim Beer.” National Prohibition put the brewery out of business in 1920.
Almost a century later, on July 16th, 2011, Greg and Barbara Gerovac opened to the public in the modern Anaheim Brewery.

It’s wonderful to reflect on how our neighborhood has changed since that day.  What better way than to raise a glass of cheer with your friends?

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Vintage Swing Band Riff Raff

Our favorite vintage swing band, Riff Raff will liven up the evening, and the tasty food from Sausage Masters will satisfy your hunger.

Be sure to get here early – we’ve got free commemorative buttons to the first 100 guests.

Cheers!

 

 

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One Response to 50 + 5 Anniversary

  1. Bob Siewerd says:

    Thank you for putting picture of two or three of my great uncles in today’s blog. They were brothers of my grandfather, my mothers father, Joseph Hiltscher.
    Bob Siewerd

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