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Their next sensory voyage happens tonight at the original Tired Hands BrewCafé with farmer and cidermaker Ben Wenk of Three Springs Fruit Farm.
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Tired Hands Brewing now has a canning line.
Today, January 12th at 4:20 p.m., Tired Hands Brewing will be selling 200 cases of their double dry hopped pale ale, D2H3: Mosaic.
The brewery, known for their quirky, small-batch beers, just finished the canning process, so it’s going to be as fresh as you can get it, and probably delicious.
This is just the second time that Tired Hands has distributed their beer by can–last Thursday at 4:20 p.m. they sold cans of their Hophands American pale ale and their Alien Church IPA, which makes me hopeful that this is going to become a trend.
The $16 four packs will be sold at their Fermentaria at 35 Cricket Terrace in Ardmore. They will be accepting credit cards and are selling up to one case per person. It probably won’t last long.
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