Stone Most Bitter Bar Event @ CK! RuinTen, Ruination: Tropical Heat Edition, Double Dry-Hopped IPA

What: Beer Release / Tasting

When: Monday - June 24, 2013 @ 06:00PM to Monday - June 24, 2013 @ Midnight

Where: Birch & Barley / ChurchKey, Washington, District of Columbia
Monday, June 24 at 6 p.m.
Stone Most Bitter Bar Event at CK! RuinTen, Ruination:Tropical Heat Edition, Double Dry-Hopped IPA + More on Tap

ChurchKey is honored to be among a cadre of craft beer bars competing in the 2013 Stone Most Bitter Bar contest, and we are throwing a huge Stone bash on Monday night, June 24th, to launch our candidacy!

We will be featuring a number of hopped-up Stone brews from June 21st until June 30th, all in the name of being crowned the Stone Most Bitter bar champion, but--on Monday the 24th--we will go all out and feature a bevy of bittered brews, many of which we will be pouring for the very first time!

So come out and support CK and Stone, and get your hands on some incredible new IPAs released specifically for participating Bitter Bar contestants, like Ruination: Tropical Heat Edition (brewed w/ Mango and Habanero peppers) and Stone IPA Double Dry-Hopped with El Dorado & Target hops! We will also be featuring a super-fresh keg of Ruinten, the re-brewed batch of Ruination 10th Anniversary (which happened to be one of the absolute most outstanding Imperial IPAs of 2012)!

No admission fee! All Stone drafts priced individually by the glass and in 4 oz. taster pours!

The Stone Most Bitter Bar Event Draft List!
Stone Ruination: Tropical Heat Edition
Stone IPA Double Dry-Hopped with El Dorado & Target
Stone Ruinten
Stone IPA
Stone Ruination
Stone Cali-Belgique
Stone Sublimely Self-Righteous Ale

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