Mad Anthony Brewing 17th Anniversary
Fort Wayne, IN – Mad Anthony Brewing Company is celebrating the 17th Anniversary of their first keg tapped at their downtown Fort Wayne location, at the corner of Broadway and Taylor, and is inviting the community to join in celebrating this milestone at all their regional taprooms.
The week is filled with all the things that have made Mad Anthony a Northern Indiana favorite: from one-of-a-kind beer releases, to food specials the family will love. The highlight of this celebration week is the release of their special Anniversary Ale.
The 2015 incarnation of this annual favorite is a huge American style Imperial IPA brewed with a simple grain bill allowing the copious amounts of American grown Amarillo hops, with pronounced floral and tangerine notes, to take center stage. Hopheads rejoice, but beware, this brew clocks-in at a powerful 9.4% ABV.
This is definitely a beer and an Anniversary worth celebrating! Join the Mad Anthony team at any of their locations to get in on the fun.
Anniversary Specials Include:
Anniversary Ale Release
Retro Pint Night – Select Beers $2
$6 Growler Fills
$14 Large Pizzas*
$10 Medium Pizzas*
Mug Club Special – $3.25 Mugs
$.50 Smoked Wings*
$2 off All Unwraps*
Anniversary Ale Growler Fills
*Limited Growler Release*
Peel & Eat Shrimp Boil*
$5/ ½ pound
$2 Scooby Snack Baskets*
*Offers Dine-In Only
Mad Anthony Brewing Company was opened in 1998, after three years of planning, by Todd Grantham and Blaine Stuckey, old friends with similar interests that decided to turn passion into vocation. When they teamed up with friend Jeff Neels, who headed-up restaurant operations, in 1999, the trio had all the pieces to create a truly unique brewing/dining experience. Together they bought Fort Wayne’s Munchie Emporium with the goal of creating a brew house. These days, Mad Anthony brews more than 2,100 barrels of beer annually from the tanks located on-site and operates locations in Auburn, Angola and Warsaw along with their BBQ concept Shigs in Pit located at the corner of Fairfield and Taylor, downtown Fort Wayne.