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Central Waters 15th Anniversary Party

Central Waters Brewing Company is prepared to ring in their 15th anniversary on January 26 at 3pm with an absolute rager, filled with everything from barrel aged beers and tasty food to live music and rare tappings.

The momentous occasion also marks the release of 15, which is the 1414 imperial stout aged in the bourbon barrel for an extra year (total of 26 months). Limits are currently set at (4) 22oz bottles per person ($15 each), but this is still subject to change.

Also available for purchase in 4 packs:

  • Peruvian Morning ($14, no limit)
  • Bourbon Barrel Barleywine ($14, no limit)
  • Bourbon Barrel Cherry Stout ($14, 6 per person limit)

Other details:

  • CASH only, but there’s an ATM on site
  • Shuttles will start picking up in Stevens Point at 2:30, running continuously
  • Music from 3:30-11pm
  • NO cover charge, no tickets
  • Food will be available

Draft list from the brewery’s Facebook page:

Front Bar:
Honey Blonde
Shine On
Ouisconsing Red
Happy Heron Pale Ale
Glacial Trail IPA
Mudpuppy Porter
Satin Solstice Imperial Stout
Brewhouse Coffee Stout
Slainte Scotch Ale

High End Tappings!

On All night:
Bourbon Barrel Slainte Scotch Ale (scratched)
Rye Bourbon Stout
Y2K Barleywine 2012
Peruvian Morning (yes all night)
Bourbon Stout
Bourbon Barrel Barleywine 2012
Bourbon Cherry Stout (yes all night)
Exodus! (yes all night)

Timed Releases:
3 PM – 2011 Bourbon Barrel Barleywine
5 PM – 1414
6 PM – 15
7 PM (or when 15 kicks, so probably 6:05!) – 2011 Y2K Barleywine
Then switching between the 2011 Y2K and Bourbon Barrel Barleywine the rest of the night.

Please note that Bourbon Cherry Stout, Exodus, 1414 and 15 will be $5 per 8 oz pour, the rest are $4.

Central Waters Brewing Company is located at 351 Allen St in Amherst.


3 responses

  1. Chris L

    This event was a massive failure. The brewery recommended people take shuttles and nobody on the shuttles got any beer, some people ended up with 20 bottles of 15 while like a hundred people got zero, the 1414 and 15 on tap lasted like 5 whole mins (seriously, have several kegs available WTF), massive lines, people cutting in line, and on and on and on. I will never be back for an event at that place again.

    January 30, 2013 at 11:04 pm

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  3. Bad Bill

    Chris – you didn’t even mention the reason for the disaster event. CW for some stupid reason allowed people to exchange infected bottles of Peruvian Morning for 15. This is the cause of all the problems cause the people at the front of the line brought 4 and 5 4 packs a piece of PM and then ended up walking away from 24+ bottles of 15 while the people in the back of the line and on the shuttles got none. Total disaster event.

    January 10, 2014 at 5:09 pm

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