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Two Beers Brewing Celebrates Seven Years

They're releasing two limited edition beers and opening a new tap room.

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SODO's Two Beers Brewing is celebrating its 7th year in business with a party and some big announcements. First things first: On Saturday, the brewery is hosting a party from 1 to 7 p.m. at their current tasting room. There will be plenty of beer on tap, food from How Pickle Got Out of a Jam, a raffle, and live music.

Two Beers will also be signing the lease on its new tasting room, which is being built out in the space next door to the current one. The new space, scheduled to open in March, will increase the brewery's production and tasting room capacity, with more than 24 taps, seating for 100 people, an outdoor space, and games such as pool and skeeball. The current tasting room will be converted into additional production space.

Two Beers is also releasing a limited edition 7th Anniversary American Sour Ale, described as "a golden sour aged in white wine barrels for 15 months." The beer will be available in 375ml cork-and-caged bottles, and there will only be 400 available for purchase at the tasting room. On November 8, they're also releasing the final beer in their Alta Series: the Overhang Bourbon Imperial Porter, "aged in bourbon barrels for six months with cocoa, cinnamon and a touch of cloves. The result is a roasted caramel and molasses nose with a rich brown head." The porter will be available in 22-ounce wax-dipped, screen-printed bottles.

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