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Upland Sour Lottery Reservation | Pick Up 5-25 through 6-8

Upland Brewing Co.

Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 12:00 PM - Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

Upland Sour Lottery Reservation | Pick Up 5-25 through...

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Type End Quantity
Persimmon Ended Free  
Blueberry Ended Free  
Pawpaw Ended Free  

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Thank you for visiting the Upland Sour Lottery reservation site! This lottery will open on May 5th at noon. Each member may reserve 2 bottles of the following sour ale styles; Persimmon, Blueberry and Pawpaw. Please make your selections by noon on Wednesday, May 12th.  We will be unable to change your reservation after this time.

You will also be asked if you would like to pickup your bottles at our Bloomington Brew Pub (350 W. 11th Street Bloomington, IN) or Indianapolis Tasting Room (4842 N. College Ave Indianapolis, IN). Please take care in selecting your pickup location, as it cannot be changed after your reservation has been made.

Sour Brewery Tours: If you would like to pick up your bottles and take a tour of the Sour brewery in one trip, select Bloomington as your pickup location. Sour brewery tours hosted by Director of our Sour Ale Program, Caleb Staton, will be Saturday, May 28th at 3 and 4 pm. Tours will be limited to people who have a confirmed reservation. Email sours@uplandbeer.com to reserve a spot.

 

If you can't make the tours May 28th, don't worry! Our Sour Brewery Tour Guides, will be leading tours on Saturdays and Sundays 3 and 4 pm. Reservations are not required for these tours.  

Bottles may be picked up during the pickup period, May 25th through June 8th, at the Bloomington Brew Pub 11am-midnight Monday through Thursday, 11am-1am Friday and Saturday, and noon to midnight Sunday, or at the Indianapolis Tasting Room 4pm-10pm Monday through Thursday and noon to midnight Friday and Saturday. Please note the Indianapolis Tasting Room cannot sell carryout on Sunday, in accordance with Indiana state law. 

Please email sours@uplandbeer.com with any questions.

Each purchaser must present a government issued ID. If picking up by proxy, please bring your own ID and an original or photocopied State ID of the winner. The name on the ID must match the name in our records. Each bottle will cost $25 plus applicable sales tax.


Fruited Lambics - Lambics have been made in Belgium for over 500 years, and we're honoring this tradition by brewing our own Indiana version. Upland lambic-style sour ales are fermented by wild yeast and aged in oak casks for over a year which creates a tart, complex beer. We then add whole berries, giving the beer enticing aromas and flavors. Once the fruit has been added, the beer is bottle conditioned, which adds a zesty and refreshing carbonation. Upland lambic-style sour ales are the perfect drink to share with friends over a plate of good cheese and fresh fruit. 

Pawpaw: Asiminia triloba, or Pawpaw, is the largest fruit bearing plant native to North America. Due to the lack of commercial cultivation and the quick perishable nature of the fruit, this highly prized forageable finds its way into regional dishes throughout the United States. Although known by many names, we proudly incorporated the Indiana Banana into our family of sour ales. This golden sour ale was created by aging Sour Reserve on fresh Pawpaw fruit from Indiana. Expect a flavor of soft tropical fruits with mild lactic acid tanginess. We recommend rosemary rubbed pork chops and dark chocolate to join this beer with other fellow dining companions.

 

Have questions about Upland Sour Lottery Reservation | Pick Up 5-25 through 6-8? Contact Upland Brewing Co.

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Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 12:00 PM - Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 12:00 PM (EDT)


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Upland Brewing Co.

We’ve been brewing ales, lagers, and sours in Bloomington, Indiana since 1998. Many of our brews are unique twists on traditional recipes, while others are products of our own imaginations. We’re proud to say that several of our beers have brought home national and international medals and awards, but what we really care about is brewing the kinds of beer we like to drink, and providing a fresh local option to our communities. It never hurts to get a pat on the back, though! Along the way, we’ve made lots of friends and drank our unfair share of good beer, all while trying to do good in our communities and do well as a craft brewery.

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