Fieldwork Brewing Special Can Release for Thanksgiving Week
(Berkeley, CA) – Fieldwork Brewing announces 3 magical can releases, which can be purchased on site at their 3 different tasting rooms across Northern California. Read on for which beers and purchase limits.
Just in time for your holiday weekend! We are excited to do a Special Release of 16 oz cans of PULP, Fog Ripper and Bad Conduct in the Berkeley, Napa and Sacramento Taprooms on Wednesday, 11/23 at 11 am. Limits are 12 each of PULP and Fog Ripper and 6 each of Bad Conduct. First come, first served.
Your Berkeley tap list for Monday, November 21st available by the glass and for #ForAdventuresToGo:
Outdoor, Hoppy Pilsner
Sushi Beer, Citra Rice Lager
Farmhouse Wheat, Saison
Gosaic, Mosaic Gose
Hugo, French Table Beer
Watershed, Extra Pale Ale
Field Trial #295, Blonde Ale
Orchard Street, Northeast IPA
Clear Skies, IPA
Island Time, Tropical Sour Ale
Hannah, Biere de Garde
Hot Chocolate, Export Stout
Fog Ripper, Tropical Sour Ale
PULP, Northeast IPA
Corner Shop, IPA
Bad Conduct, Chocolate Maple Imperial Brown Ale
As always, well behaved adults, children and dogs are welcome.
The Fieldwork Crew
Monday–Thursday: 11 am to 10 pm
Friday: 11 am to 11 pm
Saturday: 11 am to 11 pm
Sunday: 11 am to 10 pm
We all love to take tasty beer #ForAdventuresTogo, but how do we ensure that we are getting the highest quality from our growlers and Crowlers? We thought we’d jot down some general guidelines for proper care of your offsite vessels.
*Glass– Be sure your glass is clean and rinsed when you bring it in for filling. Don’t use fat or oil based detergents, rinse well and air dry, extra points if you sanitize it too. When not in use, be sure to store your glass with the lid off.
*Drink fresh- We suggest consuming both Crowlers and growlers within 3 to 4 days to avoid degrading quality (one week max) and be sure to store them cold the entire time.
*Cover up– If your growler has another logo on it, be sure to tape over it. Growlers must reflect properly what is currently inside them.
*Remember– that growlers and Crowlers are pressurized containers and can explode if not handled correctly. Do not expose them to extreme temperatures, like putting them in the freezer or leaving them in a hot car for long periods of time.