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Can Releases At Soon-To-Open Philly Breweries

Can releases from retriever brewing

Can releases are all the rage at breweries. People used to stand in line for hours to get their allotments of the latest hype beer, but now things are different. Everything is online, and there are little to no lines. As a result, breweries don’t even need a complete taproom to sell their beer. Some breweries are taking advantage of this and releasing beers prior to opening. Take this opportunity to support these great breweries!

Retriever Brewing is holding its first can release soon. They’re a brewery in the Lehigh Valley that doesn’t yet have a physical location, but they’re open for statewide shipping! Pre-sales of their first IPA open to the “Kennel Club” on November 12th, but the remaining inventory will be added to their site on November 16th.

Warwick Farm Brewing holds can releases every week at their Bucks County brewery. Their taproom is in the process of being built and is expected to be completed by Spring 2021. Their hazy IPAs are fire, but they make the best Belgian beers I’ve ever had. So don’t sleep on them.

Wrong Crowd Beer also sold their first cans this past week. Wrong Crowd Beer is a new brewery in West Chester, PA that hasn’t opened its taproom yet. They currently have a New England IPA called Lewd and a Double New England IPA called Snake Language. They’re open weekdays 4-7 PM and Saturday-Sunday 11 AM-7 PM.

PHOTO: Retriever Brewing

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