College Hill's Brink Brewing Co. to Celebrate Fourth Anniversary with Heated Patio Party

The award-winning brewery will roll out barrel-aged brews and special variant releases throughout the weekend.

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Brink Brewing Co.

The cold weather won’t stop College Hill’s Brink Brewing Co. from celebrating its fourth anniversary this weekend.

Although the brewery's grand opening saw 70 degree weather back in 2017, this anniversary is shaping up to be a little — or a lot — more chilly.

But don’t fret -- Brink's patio tents will be toasty and its taprooms well-prepared with special variants and barrel-aged beers to enjoy. 

The celebration will take place from Friday, Feb. 19 to Sunday, Feb. 21. On Feb. 20, the brewery will release its Fourth Anniversary Barrel Aged Blend in 12-ounce bottles. The brewery’s Facebook event page says to stay tuned for the final line-up of beers and bottles. 

In just four years, the brewery has received a great deal of national praise. 

In 2019, Brink won the Very Small Brewing Company of the Year by the Brewers Association at the 33rd annual Great American Beer Festival. The festival also named Brink the top Very Small Brewing Company and Very Small Brewing Company Brewer of the Year in 2018. 

Two of Brink's beers, Hold the Reins and Moozie, have taken home several awards from the fest over the years. 

Learn more on the Brink Brewing Facebook page

Brink Brewing Co., 5905 Hamilton Ave., College Hill. 

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