I’m going to eschew the typical “yo dawg” jokes and just sticks with the facts: Holy City is about to put a lot more beer in your mouth.
On Friday, the brewery unveiled its brand new tap system, which has been expanded from five tap lines to 20. There were 17 different Holy City brews pouring to kick off the long weekend. This will be a welcomed change to people who love Holy City’s brews but always wished there were more than a handful on tap for samples.
In addition to tasting room staples – Pluff Mud Porter, HC Pilsner – there were a lot of unique and rare offerings, including three different versions of Pluff Mud aged with peppers, vintages of the New Year’s Resolution Doppelbock and some bourbon barrel-aged versions of their beers.
The new system will also be perfect for the brewery once the Pint Bill goes into effect. Under the new law, you’ll be able to try up to 12 4-ounce samples, which will definitely be a possibility once the bill becomes law.
The tap system expansion comes on the heels of the construction of a new, bigger bar. Everything will certainly be put to good use when the Pint Bill goes into effect.