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Moody Brews tap takeover coming to Colonial Wines & Spirits

Posted By on Fri, Nov 13, 2015 at 9:20 AM

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  • Jess Miller-Roberts

Moody Brews, Arkansas' premier gypsy-brewed line of tasty beer, is staging a tap takeover at Colonial Wines & Spirits on November 21 from 2 p.m.-6 p.m. They'll be sampling some of Josiah Moody's latest concoctions, and you'll be able to fill your growlers with the ones you like most. Here's what's going to be on tap:

*Katchiri's Beer (10.1% abv): Strong, hoppy wild ale
*Weizenbock (7.9% abv): Wheat ale
*Milk Stout (5.5% abv): Stout brewed with lactose sugar
*Dunbar Gardenhouse Ale: Ale brewed with locally isolated yeast from Dunbar Community Garden
*Vino's Cream Ale (5.5% abv): Golden ale

Colonial is also promising that they'll have a "surprise brew" on tap from Moody Brews, so if that's got your attention, mark this event down on your calendars now.

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