Southern California’s brewery, The Bruery, who took the craft beer scene by storm with beers like Black Tuesday, Chocolate Rain, Oude Tart, and their 12 Days of Christmas beers, has just announced that they will be closing their Bruery Provisions storefront located in Orange, California. While The Bruery affirms the store was an important part of their company, they have decided that “after examining our growing business, increased production capacity, barrel aging efforts, enhanced Tasting Room, and growing membership societies, it became apparent that Provisions is not the best use of our limited resources.” As such, The Bruery Provisions will stop sales effective January 13th.
In the meantime, “the entire Provisions’ stock of craft beers, wines, cheeses, charcuterie and other artisanal products will be discounted this week. Reserve Society and Hoarder’s Society members will receive 30% off beginning Tuesday, January 8th. The same discount will be available to the general public beginning Thursday, January 10th. We will stop food service effective today, January 8th, and retail service will stop on Sunday, January 13th. Beer from The Bruery will not be included in this sale, but will continue to be available at our Tasting Room, in Placentia.”