San Antonio, TX – Alamo Beer Company
will be touring local establishments to commemorate the historic “Siege of the Alamo.” The beer company will be visiting 11 locations beginning February 23 through March 5. The tour concludes on March 6 with the public grand opening of the beer company’s beer hall, beer garden and the start of regular brewery tours.
The Siege Week tour kicks off at Tucker’s Kozy Korner located at 1338 East Houston Street, on Monday, February 23 at 6:00 PM. Other stops include Tycoon Flats, Bombay Bicycle Club, GS1221 plus others. A list of tour stops can be found at Alamobeer.com or by visiting the company’s social media sites.
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The Siege Week tour will be a way for fans to interact with the brewery team and take in the locally brewed beer. In addition to brewing its Golden Ale, Alamo Beer Company will add a German Pale Ale, Amber Lager and Pilsner to their line-up at the grand opening.
“The story of the Alamo is timeless and evokes the spirit of Texas. Our beer carries this tradition,” stated Eugene Simor, President and Founder of Alamo Beer Company. “To bring attention to this story and share our beer with our city is important to us as we expand our presence,” he concluded.
Alamo Beer Company introduced ALAMO Golden Ale in October 2003. Since then, it has continued to grow locally and has quickly expanded to West Texas, South Texas, Houston & Austin. It is currently sold in HEB Grocery Stores, Whole Foods, Gabriel’s, Specs, and other retail outlets. ALAMO Golden Ale is also available in a number of bars and restaurants within those markets.
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