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Thin Man Brewery Launches Inaugural Six Beers

Thin Man Brewery is about to do what it does best. On Wednesday, Thin Man will release its initial line-up of beers. It’s just another step towards Buffalo becoming the beer kingpin that it once was before prohibition.  Now it’s Elmwood Avenue’s turn to shine, with its first brewery. Thin Man has already managed to amass a steady, loyal crowd with its unusual take on gastro pub fare and its 2+ floors of seating. Not to mention the two very distinct bars and patios.

Now Thin Man will be an operational brewery, serving up the following beer selections:

No Pressure. IPA. 5.1%
New England Style IPA. Large tropical hop expression, low bitterness, round mouthfeel.

Velocity. IPA. 6.2%
Traditional American IPA. Pine & dank hop character, maltier than No Pressure, more pronounced bitterness.

Skinny Fat. American Pale Ale. 4.3%
Medium level of piney, grassy hops, nice honey-like malt expression, crackery malt. Easy crusher.

Black Francis. Robust Stout. 6.6%
Roasty stout, big mouthfeel, black with a fine tan head.

Dummy. Belgian Pale Ale. 6.2%
Peppery yeast & hops, pineapple & gooseberry.100% Brettanomyces fermentation, dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin.

Bliss. Double IPA. 8%
Pineapple, dankness and ripe melon.

Thin Man’s Master Brewer is Rudy Watkins. Beer will be available for sale in glasses, flights and growlers-to-go.

Thin Man Beer Launch

Wednesday, October 28, 2016 | 5 PM

Thin Man Brewery | 492 Elmwood Avenue | Buffalo, New York 14222

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