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High Water Beer & Cupcake Pairing

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February 2, 2019
5:00 PM - Until Supply Runs Out
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ØL BEERCAFE & BOTTLE SHOP
1541 Giammona Drive
Walnut Creek,
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Pay as You Go

High Water Brewing is pairing up with Guilty Pleasures Bake Shop to bring you a delicious line-up of beer and cupcakes! Featuring Campfire Stout, Sugaree Maple Bourbon Pecan Pie, Obscurus IPA, and Built to Last Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Strong; each paired with a mini-cupcake made with it's corresponding beer. Reps will be out to talk about the beers too!

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FEATURED BEERS

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Campfire Stout

High Water

Stout

6.5% ABV

Stout brewed with graham crackers, molasses with natural flavor added. Campfire Stout evokes fond memories of wilderness and camping adventures. Notes of chocolate and graham cracker topped with a hint of marshmallow will leave you wanting s’more. Like any campfire experience, this beer is best shared with a warm circle of family and friends. “Leaves You Wanting S’More”



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Sugaree Maple Bourbon Pecan Pie

High Water

Strong Ale

9.8% ABV

Ale brewed with Vermont maple sugar, Bourbon barrel oak chips and pecan. Sugaree offers a big slice of flavors that you wish Grandma had put in her famous Thanksgiving pie. Sit back, relax and enjoy a wonderful bottle of liquid love. You will be transported back to times of holiday joy and family get togethers from the past. This is a special treat from us to you, to help relive some of those special memories or maybe help create some new ones.



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Obscurus

High Water

IPA

6% ABV

A hazy Peach Mango IPA - ripe, sweet peach puree and Barbarian yeast lend a delicate stone fruit nose to this hazy IPA. The addition of Vic Secret Hops and mango contribute to it's tropical lusciousness. A truly easy drinking, light and flavorful IPA.



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Built to Last

High Water

Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Strong

9.7% ABV

Built to Last is a marriage of several dark specialty ales that were aged nine months to four years in fresh and used oak spirits barrels, then blended together. The result is a mind blowing cacophony of flavors and aromas.



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