St. John Malt Brothers To Serve Its Beer To Congress

St. John Malt Brothers To Serve Its Beer To Congress


By Joseph S. Pete for

Like Mr. Smith, St. John Malt Brothers is going to Washington.

The fast-growing St. John-based craft brewery will pour three of its beers for a private tasting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. on Wednesday. The Brewers Association, which represents 2,800 craft breweries and 45,000 homebrewers, invited 30 craft breweries from all over the country to serve their beer to Congresspeople and their staffers as part of a lobbying effort.

St. John Malt Brothers President James Estry and Vice President Dan Cox will offer members of Congress samples of their Hesperidium India Pale Ale, Burnt Bottom Brown and Killer Queen BB’s IPA at the Rayburn House Office Building across from the U.S. Capitol Dome.

“We are excited to be able to participate in this event and to be able to bring high quality Indiana beers to our nation’s capital,” said Jim Estry… CONTINUE READING AT NWITIMES.COM

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