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Friends and Allies Brewing Launches Their First Beer in Austin

Friends and Allies Brewing Launches Their First Beer in Austin

The official launch party will be tonight, Wednesday January 13th 5:00PM at Waller Creek Pub.

Here is the official press release:

Friends and Allies Announces the Launch of “Noisy Cricket” Session IPA Austin, Texas

(January 11,2016) – Friends and Allies Brewing Company will be launching their first beer, “Noisy CricketSession IPA a low alcohol beer packed with a tropical hoppy aroma.

Friends and Allies believes Noisy Cricket will be a hoppy break from higher alcohol by volume IPAs available in the marketplace. Following the launch party the Noisy Cricket will be available in select draft retailers around the Central Texas.

Due to recent change in the TABC code, Noisy Cricket will initially be brewed at 4th Tap Brewing Co-op through an Alternating Proprietorship Agreement until the Friends and Allies facility is fully completed in early 2016. “We have an opportunity to produce our beer while our new brewhouse is under construction. By offering up the opportunity for beer lovers to try our beer now, we would be able to start sharing our story,“ Ben Sabin, Co-Founder and Director of Sales said.

Friends and Allies Brewing Company’s primary facility will be located in the heart of East Austin on 979 Springdale Rd and is set to open in the spring of 2016. The new location will have a large tasting room and be focused on collaborating with various brewers, restaurants and local farms For more information about Friends and Allies Brewing Company and their beers, visit www.friendsandallies.beer or keep up with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Andrew Schwab

Twitter: @andrewlschwab Untappd: aschwab My craft beer journey started sometime in university when light beer just was not cutting it anymore. I started venturing out to the beer store and buying any 6 pack that I had not had before. This has now continued for ten years. You will see me visiting almost any and every brewery that I can. I have a passion for travel, craft beer, and college football. When I am not drinking craft beer, I work as a manufacturing engineer in Austin.

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