After the not-so-good news from Thursday, we figured you could all use something positive to start the weekend. How does the Jubilation growler station sound? Good, but is it enough? Oh, wait until you see the beer list.
First, this is how it works. You can bring your own growler in, but please, make sure it is 100-percent clean first. Or, you can purchase a Jubilation growler ($5.99 for 32-ounce, $7.99 for 64-ounce). Then, all you have to do is pick the beer. Good luck with that part. Jubilation beer guru Adam Auden told us his goal is to have specialty beers on tap that are not available in six-packs or bombers in our market right now. From time to time, they will feature a local brewery’s beer, so keep an eye out.
Finally, the beers. The first price listed is for a 32-ounce fill. The second is for a 64-ounce fill.
- Abita Oktoberfest $6.99 / $12.99
- Ballast Point Pescodero Pils $8.99 / $16.99
- Lagunitas Born Again Yesterday $9.99 / $18.99
- New Belgium Hop Kitchen Bretta IPA $10.99 / $20.99
- Upslope Grapefruit Pale $11.99 / $22.99
- Sierra Nevada Six Rights DIPA $16.99 / $32.99
- Founders Mango Magnifico $18.99 / $35.99
- Founders KBS $25.99 (32oz only)
- Coming soon: Founders Imperial Stout $15.99 / $29.99
That is a beautiful combination of hoppy and malty beers, from light to dark and everything in between. Good luck figuring out which one you want!