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Four Sons Celebrating 2nd Anniversary This Weekend

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How better to celebrate a brewery's anniversary than by releasing new beers?

 

That is exactly what Four Sons Brewing will be doing to celebrate their second anniversary this weekend.

Taking place both this Saturday (9/3) and Sunday (9/4) in Huntington Beach, Four Sons Brewing will be releasing 5 beers each day from 1-5pm every hour on the hour, featuring barrel-aged beers, sours, and other specialty beers. Opening each day at noon, the celebration goes until 9pm on Saturday and 8pm on Sunday.

The full lineup of draft releases for Saturday:

  • 1pm: Anniversary Beer (13.9% Sour Blonde w/passion fruit & hibiscus)
  • 2pm: Special K I (Sour Blonde w/ black currants)
  • 3pm: Triple Crown Line (IIPA w/ whiskey soaked cherries)
  • 4pm: Bourbon barrel-aged Late Night Candy Run (sour stout)
  • 5pm: Bourbon barrel-aged Triple Chocolate Stout

 The full lineup of draft releases for Sunday):

  • 1pm: Anniversary Beer (13.9% Sour Blonde w/passion fruit & hibiscus)
  • 2pm: Special K III (Sour Blonde w/Luxardo Cherries & Meyers lemon
  • 3pm: That Orange Wrapper NITRO (Chocolate peanut butter stout)
  • 4pm: Sour Barrel #1 (Brett sour aged in bourbon barrels)
  • 5pm: Bourbon barrel-aged Triple Chocolate Stout with peanuts

 In addition to the beers, there will be games, a live DJ, and three food trucks on-hand. Four Sons is located at 18421 Gothard Street, Suite 100, Huntington Beach, CA.

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