Tricentennially yours, a renegade collector’s edition

Tricentennial Ale

On Friday at both NABC locations, 300-hand numbered 22-0z bomber bottles of our Tricentennial “Post-Colonial” Ale will be available for purchase at $8 each (plus sales tax).

Bank Street Brewhouse and NABC Pizzeria & Public House will split the bulk of the bottles, with a small quantity also allocated for Keg Liquors. This will be the ONLY time Tricentennial Ale is bottled, and once the 300 bottles are gone, they are gone for good.

Also, both locations will have Tricentennial Ale on tap. There’ll be a final wave of Tricentennial draft releases around the time of Harvest Homecoming in early October.

Why Tricentennial and not Bicentennial? Go here for the story.

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4 Responses to “Tricentennially yours, a renegade collector’s edition”

  1. Floyd DeMwrsOctober 2, 2013 at 9:47 pm #

    I purchased a bottle of your Tricentennial Ale this summer to bring back to Louisiana and share with our brew club. Bottle 166/300. You guys must know you have a problem with it, as it was really not good at all. Oxidized I think. Hope the brewery did a recall, as I would not want my name on that beer. Good luck in the future!

    • David PierceOctober 4, 2013 at 4:49 pm #

      We have not had any reports on bad bottles, oxidised or otherwise. We will pull a couple for sampling now, which is a good way to end a hard work week. Thanks for the info. I’m sorry your bottle was not to your liking. Stop by Bank Street Brewhouse next time you are in the area.


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