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Friday, August 28, 2015

SATURDAY: 21st Amendment's "Toaster Pastry" Launch Party

Posted By on Fri, Aug 28, 2015 at 3:45 PM

21ST AMENDMENT BREWERY (VIA INSTAGRAM)
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Not long after openings its 95,000-square-foot brewery in San Leandro, 21st Amendment is set to release the facility's inaugural beer. Toaster Pastry sounds like a Pop Tart but it's an India-Style Red Ale that comes in a tall boy. (The name alludes to the brewery's former use, as a Kellogg's factory, and it's grrrrr-eat!) 

Using biscuit malts imbues the beer with a nutty flavor, according to founder and brewer Shaun O'Sullivan. And the pale and dark crystal malts provide some semblance of strawberry jam. To celebrate this expansion into the world of 19.2-ounce cans of summery goodness, the 15-year-old 21st Amendment is throwing a party tomorrow at the new brewery, with live music, food trucks, and a kids zone. There's even a free shuttle to get you to and from BART so you don't have to get on 580 after, um, eating all those 7.6 percent ABV Frosted Flakes.

And if you miss it, Toaster Pastry will be available starting next month across California and the other 24 states where 21st Amendment gets distributed (i.e., the good states).

Toasted Pastry Release Party, Saturday, Aug. 29, noon - 10 p.m., at 21st Amendment Brewery, 2010 Williams, San Leandro.


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