Real Ale Brewing Co.’s 19th Anniversary Party

Real Ale brewing has had a makeover, released the next beer from its Mysterium Verum line, and now it’s time to celebrate 19 years in the business of making delicious beer for Texans; and everyone is invited!

On Saturday April 11th, Real Ale Brewing Company will invite loyal fans to celebrate the company’s 19th year in craft beer with a party at its brewery in Blanco, Texas. This annual party will feature over 50 beers from Real Ale, including a selection of Brewers’ Cut, Mysterium Verum, and other cask‐conditioned offerings. The brewery will also release its 19th Anniversary Ale: Baltic Porter, a robust beer brewed with celebration in mind.
The party will be a great opportunity for beer lovers to experience the extent of Real Ale’s growing and diverse portfolio of beers. In addition to year‐round and seasonal favorites, guests can look forward to trying new recipes such as Brewers’ Cut Helles and Kriek, plus cask‐conditioned versions of of Firemans #4, Full Moon Rye IPA and Café  de Olla Porter. There will be a limited supply of specialty beer from the MysteriumVerum series such as Benedictum, Scots Gone Wild, and Devil’s Share.
Pre‐ordered tickets for the event cost $5 per person through Eventbrite. There will be a very limited number of tickets available at the door for $10. Guests will receive four drink tickets and a raffle ticket with each ticket book purchased and the proceeds from the event will benefit local Blanco non‐profits.
In addition to the lengthy list of Real Ale beers, delicious food will be available for purchase from Svante’sBurgers, Oh My Pizza Pie, 1Ginger Armadillo, Chi’lantro, Kebabalicious, as well as gourmet coffee fromWanderlust coffee.
Four bands will take the stage throughout the day. Wimberley’s Texas Renegades will kick things off with acountry set at 12.30 p.m., followed by Austin band Chili Cold Blood. The afternoon will round out with musicfrom Devil’s Hollow and Party Wizard.
“This party is a time to celebrate 19 years of making Real Ale in the Texas Hill Country,” said owner Brad Farbstein. “This is our opportunity once a year to give back to the people who support us each and everyday.”
Join the celebration at Real Ale Brewing Company from to 5 p.m. on Saturday April 11th at 231 San Saba Court Blanco, TX, 78606. For additional information, visit the Real Ale Brewing Co. website or purchase tickets through Eventbrite.
About Real Ale Brewing Company
Working in the Texas Hill Country since 1996 from a foundation of time‐honored brewing tradition, Real Alebelieves minimal processing produces maximum flavor. In addition to making beer that is unfiltered andunpasteurized, we never use preservatives or artificial colors. We believe doing less to the beer actuallycreates more complexity, aroma and flavor. We only sell Real Ale in the great state of Texas because we’reTexans, we care about Texans, and we want to make sure the people we care about have the highestquality beer possible

Danny Laurel

I've lived in Texas all my life and can't express how much I love this state. I found that I was enjoying these amazing bbq spots and drinking fantastic Texas-made beer and wanted my buddies and I to be able to share them with our readers.

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