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Russian River Brewing Pliny the Younger This Week


  

Pliny the Younger  and the Russian River Brewing  Company

As if Christmas was not exciting enough, Vinnie and the brewers are making Pliny the Younger this week! So I thought I would give you the scoop regarding it's release in a couple of months.We are releasing Younger at our pub in Santa Rosa on February 4th. When the pub receives it's allocation, those kegs will be allocated to last for exactly 2 weeks. Therefore, we may run out at the pub each day, but will have more the following day for 2 weeks. It will be available in 10 oz. glasses only- no growlers or bottles to go. This will allow more beer enthusiasts like you, as well as our regular customers, to enjoy some Younger this year! And we won't see it on Ebay!
  

Vinnie at Russian RiverRussian River Brewing CompanyPliny the Younger - Russian River Brewing

 
Following are the markets to which we will send Younger (same as last year):
San Francisco
East Bay
North Bay
Southern California
Seattle, WA
Portland, OR
Colorado
Philadelphia, PA
 
I don't know when exactly they will receive it or where exactly it will be available. We entrust our distributors to allocate appropriately to their accounts! And we are not making any more than last year, so it will likely be available at the same places.
 
Thank you, in advance, for your patience and understanding if you come to our pub and there are lines down the street, or we happen to run out minutes before you arrive. We only make so much of this special beer and hope our new plan will allow it to last long enough for at least a few more of you to try!
 
Happy Holidays from us and our amazing employees here at RRBC!





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