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Scofflaw Brewing Plans to Expand a Third Time

December 12, 2017 |

A little over three months ago, highly celebrated, IPA driven and high gravity specialists, Scofflaw Brewing, celebrated their one year anniversary. From their inception up until that celebration, they tripled their production capacity and here we are again with plans to expand. Prior to their second expansion, it was rare to find cans in the market and once they upgraded the canning line was back up and running, but here we are again, expanding. I wonder what great things are coming this time.

I recently spoke with Jonathan Ingram, Media Relations at Scofflaw. He share some great news concerning some upcoming projects as well as what might make its way into cans this time around. Read More

Scofflaw Brewing’s One Year Anniversary Pour List Preview

September 11, 2017 |

After gaining national attention for their amazingly approachable IPAs, preeminent pilsners and beloved stouts, Scofflaw Brewing is celebrating its One Year Anniversary Party on Saturday, September 16, from noon until 8 p.m. Staying true to the brewery’s independent attitude and sincere gratitude to its community and patrons, no tickets will be required for entry and customers can order a wide array of beer choices by the glass, which include their core lineup of seven IPAs.

The eight IPAs are Basement, Westside, Hooligan, Double Jeopardy, POG Basement, Sneaky Pineapple Coconut, Sucker Punch and Sneaky Wheat. Three imperial versions – Upper Westside, Double Basement and the new Goats Milk IPA – will also be available. Taproom favorite Lousy makes its return to the IPA list along with a new Imperial version of POG Double Basement.

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Scofflaw Brewing Co. | Interrogation Coffee Milk Stout

January 18, 2017 |

ABV: 6.8% |  IBU: 75

In high school, a party was a form of subversion, a rebellion, it was when you began to test the limits. It had it’s moments. The college party was more a celebration of freedom (see “Stair Diving” from 1984’s Revenge of the Nerds), and more testing of limits, but without the threat (or thrill?) of getting caught, it was merely a party for party’s sake.

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