Night Shift Releasing Timbo Slice, Harborside & Apple Brandy Barrel-Aged El Lechedor In July

imageFrom Night Shift:

Everett, MA – June 27, 2016 - Night Shift Brewing is gearing up for three big bottle releases in early July.
The first is set to kick off on Sunday, July 3rd at 11amwith a double release day of
Timbo Slice – a new, limited barrel-aged sour golden ale aged with tangerines and apricots – and Harborside – a seasonal summer gose brewed with Island Creek Oysters. This beach-themed event will feature a giveaway of free sunglasses to the first 50 guests in line. Customers are also encouraged to dress for the affair in their best Hawaiian shirts and neon-clad gear, and there will be a food truck on-site throughout the release. With only 450 bottles available, Timbo Slice will have a limit of one bottle per person at $20 per bottle. Harborside’s yield will be much larger – this release will have no limits at $12 per bottle.

The following weekend, on Sunday, July 10th, Night Shift will feature the draft and bottle release of Apple Brandy Barrel-Aged El Lechedor. This horchata-style milk stout was aged in apple brandy barrels with poblano peppers, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla beans. Around 1,400 bottles will be available at $16 per bottle with a limit of four bottles per person. Munch Mobile Kitchen will be serving up gourmet street food at 11am alongside The Galley Ice Cream's inspired confections which include their honey bourbon horchata ice cream. 

With more releases planned for later in the summer, Night Shift is aiming to keep a steady flow of experimental, small-batch beers going, in addition to regularly available canned offerings.

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