Come Out And Celebrate Chaos Mountain’s Grand Opening

Outside Chaos Mountain Brewing Company

Outside Chaos Mountain Brewing Company

Following up last week’s “Friday Night Hops” event at Cork & Crust, and on the heels of having shipped the first bottles of its beer to local bottle shops, Chaos Mountain Brewing Company is ready to officially introduce the public to their beers with the brewery’s Grand Opening, happening this Saturday, May 3rd, from noon to 8pm.  The brewery had so far only invited a few local restaurant and bar staff members to come by and taste their selection, but feedback from this as well as the Cork & Crust event has been very favorable.  Toss in the fact that the shipped bottles sold out in just a couple days, with places such as Wine Gourmet continuing to receive calls about availability, and all the build-up has given Brew Master Will Landry a reason to believe the brewery is on to something good.  “I would say we’ve had a very positive response so far. We are finding the Squatch Scotch Ale and the Agents of Chaos (a Belgian dark strong) are getting the most applause which is surprising in this age of ‘more hops’.”

Likely available at the brewery this weekend will be those two beers as well as “Cheeky Monkey”, a golden Belgian style ale, “Cocoborealis”, a “triple chocolate stout” served on a nitrogen tap, and “Mad Hopper”, the brewery’s IPA.  Landry will also have available a small batch of a pale lager brewed with lime zest.  “We let a little slip out last weekend at Cork & Crust with good reviews. It was brewed for [Cinco de Mayo weekend] but was ready a bit early”.

Whichever beer seems to be calling your name, and hopefully you’ll give them all a try, make your way out to check out Chaos Mountain’s Grand Opening this weekend and support the Roanoke area’s newest brewery.  A special deal the brewery is offering will include four 5oz tastings, a logo pint glass (while supplies last), and a bar-b-que sandwich for $5.  Check out the brewery’s event page on Facebook here.

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~ by thebeerroad on April 30, 2014.

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