Cycle Brewing posts details of Barrel-Aged Day, ticket sales begin soon

St. Petersburg’s Cycle Brewing has announced ticket sales and preliminary details of their annual festival of barrel-aged beer during Tampa Bay Beer Week – Barrel-Aged Day. As usual, the event will take place at the St. Petersburg Shuffleboard Club, and tickets will be sold beginning on Saturday, January 8th.

Cycle BA Day Tickets

From Cycle Brewing:

Barrel Aged (BA) Day Tickets will be for sale at the tap room this Saturday, January 8th at 12 PM. BA Day will take place on Friday, March 11th from 12-4 at the Shuffleboard Club. The ticket includes a Festival Only bottle, glass, and unlimited pours at the event. Tickets will be $125 VIP and $100 General Admission. VIP access allows entrance 1 hour early at 11 am. Limit will be 4pp with proxies allowed. ID required and if you are buying a ticket for somebody you must have their full name – entrance to event is based on the list of names not the physical tickets. Tickets are non-transferable. Cash preferred. If there are any left over tickets, they will be sold via with online sales time and limits TBD. We’ll post updates as we have them. See you Saturday!



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About Cycle Brewing 
We are a simple brewery, we make beer and we sell it. Our bar is simple, our menu is simple, prices are simple especially when paid in cash. Our operation is straightforward, few frills and all about the beer. We welcome every beer drinker, from the folks just looking to relax with a pint to people looking to unpack layers of complexity.

Our taproom is home to several barrel-aged stouts on tap at all times. In the past, as we were growing the supply was limited and these beers didn’t last long but we expanded barrel storage and now have enough so that everybody coming to the taproom can try some of our most highly rated and prized beers without the hype or lines created by limited supply. Quality is always top priority, in this case making more meant more practice and opportunity to tweak beers and the results are greater availability and improved quality.