Volume 16 | November 2019
Holiday and specialty beers debut throughout November
Noel Classique Belgian Golden Ale  
Introducing our second holiday ale and first to be released this month. Brewed with a concentrated Pilsner wort, we add a bit of Worth County Honey and balance it with a noble German hop.

Released: Friday, Nov. 1
Available in the Tap Room or in six-pack bottles at Shade Tree Liquor in Northwood or Mill Street Liquor in Lake Mills.
OG: 1074
ABV: 8.4%
IBU: 57
Color: 7 (copper)

Mr. Chesterfield Strong Scotch Ale  
Mr. C comes in from the cold every year the day after Thanksgiving and hangs at the bar until Ølfest in February. Each year is a different formulation, but it's always malty and potent. This year it's a Scotch Wee Heavy. It has a clean, mellow maltiness and strong but approachable character. All English malt and hops.

Released: Friday, Nov. 29
Available in the Tap Room or in six-pack bottles at Shade Tree Liquor in Northwood or Mill Street Liquor in Lake Mills.
OG: 1091
ABV: 8.9%
IBU: 21
Color: 13

BishopWit Wheat  
This is a temporary replacement for our year-round Bishopweizen. Rather than Bavarian, this is a Belgian wheat, using unmalted flaked wheat for half of the grist to provide a hazy appearance and creamy texture. Spiced with dried bitter orange peel and crushed coriander seeds.

Released: Now available in the Tap Room.
OG: 1051
ABV: 5.9%
IBU: 11
Color: 5
Felttur Hazy IPA  
T his fall we'll be adding a third IPA to our lineup, Felttur (Field Trip) Hazy IPA. This "kveik" yeast strain was isolated from a mixed culture that belonged to Harald Opshaug, a farmhouse brewer in Stranda, Norway. It is a clean fermenting yeast and has tolerated temperatures up to 95°F (35°C) while finishing fermentation within three to four days. That's incredibly warm and super fast.

Expect it to be citrus and fruit forward, with a clean and pleasant bitter finish.

Released: Friday, Nov. 15th
OG: 1055
ABV: 5.1%
IBU: low
Color: 5
Holiday Hours
We will be open the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, on the 27th, from 3 pm until 11 pm. We are closed Thanksgiving Day, and have regular hours on Friday and Saturday November 29th and 30th.

Christmas Eve on December 24th we will be open from noon - 4 pm. We're closed Christmas Day, and regular hours from the 26th on. New Year's Eve is on a Tuesday this year and we'll be open from 4 pm until midnight, selling special bottles of sparkling beers to toast the New Year at midnight! Dress up and ring in the New Year with some of your favorite Worth Brewing crew. Closed New Year's Day.
The Office/Parks & Rec Trivia Nov. 7th, 6:30 pm
TREAT YO' SELF. Are you someone who orders all of the eggs and all of the bacon for breakfast? Do you think black bear is best? First Thursday in November come out for an Office + Parks and Rec trivia night. There's still room for a few more teams! Register your team by emailing Ingrid at events@worthbrewing.com. Maximum six players per team, $10 entry fee per team.
Classic Pub Quiz
Nov. 21st
W e continue our monthly classic pub quiz on November 21st.

Register your team or just show up, the more the merrier.

(Photo at top is your November bonus hint.)
Dinner at the Brewery - Every Friday!
Starting November 8th, we will have dinner at the brewery every Friday. P izza Night from Worth Kitchen will resume twice a month (in November on the 8th and 22nd) and the other Fridays we will either have a Stout Stew, Stout Shepherd's Pie, or a food truck in town.

Stay tuned for each Friday's offering! As always, for the pizzas, they are house-made by Peter himself.

10" Individual Brick Oven-Style Pizzas
$8 Margherita
$10 Pepperoni
$10 Special TBD
Fatty's BBQ Nov. 23rd
J ake serves up another delicious BBQ meal Saturday evening November 23rd at 5:00 pm.

Monitor social media for an update on the menu.

Peppered Cow Food Truck Nov. 15th
D ori Etheridge of Peppered Cow Food Truck will be crafting a menu special to Worth Brewing! Follow social media for an update on what she's serving Friday Nov. 15th, 5 - 8 pm.
Luke LeBlanc Music Live at Worth Brewing, Nov. 8th
Friday November 8th, at 7 pm

L uke LeBlanc is a Minneapolis-based Americana / Folk singer-songwriter who delivers dynamic and unapologetically original performances of songs filled with heart, soul, and grit. According to music critic Dwight Hobbes, “abundant as the Twin Cities music scene is in eyebrow-raising talent, Luke LeBlanc’s ear-friendly, indeed entrancing music marks him as a stand-out talent.”

Join us for an evening of great music!
Holiday Beer Yoga at Worth Brewing, Nov. 19th
Tuesday November 19th, at 5:30 pm

S tretch your body before you stretch your belly! Tuesday November 19th we will have another Vinyasa yoga session with instructor Kelli Gapinski. A respite from the cold fall weather, it will be one hour of yoga followed by socializing in the Tap Room with a pint of Worth Brewing beer.

All levels of yoga are welcome, no experience required!

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the brewery at any time before and up to the class, including the day of. They cover one hour of yoga and one pint of beer.

Equipment is not provided, so please bring your own mat, towel and water. Beer will be served after the class is over.
Across the bar...
Misty Hakes
M isty grew up in Rockford, Ia, and moved to Northwood in February 2001.

She celebrated her 10-year Anniversary working here at WBC this past July, joining not long after we opened.

"My first craft beer was actually before Peter opened up to the public, he invited us from the bank and some others from town over to the pub, and we got to sample his beers. At that time I liked what was called Slim Jim, which has been reinvented to the Strange Fellas Helles.

"I don't have a favorite (WBC beer). I like them all too much to pick just one. I usually try the newest and go with that."  

Misty has had a big year. In May she married her longtime partner, Tom Hakes, purchased an acreage, and has gotten more involved with her Jeep club LROC -- Ladies Rock Offroad Club.
Beehive Ballroom for the Holidays
S earching for a special spot to host your holiday party? Look no further than the Bee Hive Ballroom. Nestled above the taproom on the second floor of Worth Brewing, this venue has been restored back to its vintage 1896 glory with the original tin ceilings, Douglas Fir floor, stage and fixtures. 

Contact us today to reserve either the Ballroom or the Speakasy Parlor for your holiday event, or for any special occasion where you need a beautiful venue with great beer.
We like to brew and sell great beer, not party space. That's why our pricing is unique. When you reserve the Ballroom for $500 you get $500 back in beer! That's right, as long as you finish your tab it is a free room. You will get your own bartender and access to all of our resources so you can focus on the event, not the planning.  

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