5-Year Anniversary Party!


5-Year Anniversary Party!

It’s hard to believe, but Peace Tree Brewing Company is celebrating our 5th Anniversary in March!

It’s been a wild ride so far, and we’ve seen so much positive growth in the Iowa beer scene over the past five years.  We’re proud to be an Iowa craft brewery and to commemorate our anniversary, we’re throwing a block party!

Join us on Saturday, March 21st for a day full of great local beer, local food and local music!

In addition to tapping several small batch brews for the occasion, we will be bottling and releasing a limited edition anniversary ale, which will only be available the day of the event!

We hope you’ll join us!  We’d love to thank you in person for all of your support throughout our first five years!

Here’s the full schedule of events for the day:

11 a.m. – Taproom Opens
1 p.m. – “Wake Up Peace Tree” live talk show
Sales of Anniversary Beer open to the public
3 p.m. – Celebratory Toast & Blessing of the Bock
4 p.m. – Food available for purchase from Captn’s BBQ and Powered by Fries
5 p.m. – Live Music by Steve McLain of Jefferson County Green Band (Fairfield roots/folk)
7:30 p.m. – 2nd Celebratory Toast
8 p.m. – Live Music by The Candymakers (Quad Cities funk/soul/blues)
10 p.m. – Last Call for Beer Sales

 

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    • 3
      Taylor

      Hi DJ, yes we are planning to begin taking pre-sales of the anniversary ale starting in March and will have sales available through our webstore and in our taproom. Pre-sale beers will be available to pick up by Will Call starting on March 21st. Please stay tuned for release details! Thanks and cheers!

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    Evan Bruns

    Found a bottle of the five year brew in my local Hyvee last week for $1 (Grinnell, IA)

    I opened it today and it was unfortunately completely flat, but the tart cherry flavor was still there, making the whole endeavor somewhat enjoyable.

    • 6
      Taylor

      Hi Evan,

      Thanks for letting us know. We’re surprised to learn that beer was still available at your local store. That beer was not carbonated originally, so the bottle conditioning varied individually, with some gaining more carbonation than others. Thanks for your support!

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