Forked River Celebrating 1st Anniversary with Tap Takeover at Milos’

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LONDON, ON – A year has passed since the opening of Forked River Brewing in London, and to mark the occasion, the brewery will be holding a tap takeover at a renowned local craft beer bar.

Taking place next Monday June 2nd at Milos’ Craft Beer Emporium (420 Talbot St., London), the  event – which will also serve as a celebration of the bar’s second anniversary – will feature 23 Forked River beers on draught, and 2 on cask, including the following:

  • Gargle Blaster English Pale Ale
  • Olde Fortran Olde English Ale
  • Misfit Russian Imperial Stout
  • Vindication English Barleywine
  • Brownian Commotion American Brown Ale
  • Incubus American Pale Ale
  • Succubus American Pale Ale
  • Diamond Lite American Light Lager
  • Rhymes with Orange American Lager
  • Mockolate American Porter
  • The Accidental Tourist Belgian Blonde
  • Golden Boy Belgian Golden
  • Golden Shard Barrel-aged Belgian Golden
  • The Deuce Belgian Dubbel
  • Trinity Belgian Tripel
  • Holy Hand Grenade Belgian Quadruple
  • She’s My Ex Dortmunder Export
  • Forkenbräu Pils German Pilsner
  • Double Dunk Dunkelweizen
  • The Other Dunk Munich Dunkel
  • Milos’ Revenge Czech Pilsner
  • Raison Rye Saison
  • Mojo Citra Rhubarb Wheat
  • Lord Simcoe’s Revenge West Cost IPA [cask]
  • The Marble Rye American Pale Ale [cask]

Admission for the evening will be $5 at the door, with all beers available in 5 oz samples for $3 each, and the first 100 attendees will receive a couple for a free Forked River glass.

For more details, see the Facebook event page.

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  1. Jim

    Wow 23 under-carbonated, bland, boring, infected, below average homebrews?! Sign me up! Everything these guys produce is lacking in every way a microbrewery could. Forked river needs to step up it’s game..

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  2. I dumped 4 of the 6 beers I bought at the brewery last month. All were flat and tasteless.

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  3. That’s really surprising comments “Jim” and “Darian”, I’ve never had any bad brews [not all styles are up my alley though]. Looking forward to the event. Can’t wait to try some of the new ones :-)

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  4. Congratulations guys on your anniversary! To many more great brews! ‘Jim’ and ‘Darian’ obviously don’t have taste!

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