Growlers fills are available at the Ipswich Ale Brewery, but only for those in our Growler League…
In 2017 we kicked off our inaugural “2017 Growler League”…It’s like a mug club for growlers!
Those who purchase a “League Growler” at the beginning of the year will be able to buy unlimited fills of specialty and year-round beers throughout the 2017 calendar year at the Ipswich Ale Brewer's Table restaurant.
Two-Liter growler fills will ONLY be available to those in possession of this specially made growler. The growlers are available at the beginning of the year on a first-come first-serve basis and there is no cap on the number a person can purchase.
The growler itself is $15 and can be purchased for oneself or as a gift for the Ipswich Ale lover in your life. Pricing to fill the growler varies between $15-$18/fill.
Advance invitations to special brewery events
Besides having exclusive rights to growler fills at the Ipswich Ale Brewery, here are so other perks you can expect throughout the year:
Ipswich Ale Brewer’s Table special promotions
Access to League-only events
Advance membership renewal opportunity
Register your growler at the link below for updates on new beers and Growler League announcements:
Here are some easy steps for cleaning and caring for your growlers between fills:
Store it cold until you have time to clean it. The best thing to do is to clean a growler as soon as you finish drinking it, but we know that’s not always possible. So, to limit bacteria’s ability to take hold, keep the growler in a cooler or in the fridge until you have a few minutes to wash it out.
Triple rinse with hot water. Make sure your tap water is nice and hot, then fill, swirl and rinse your growler about 3 times. This should knock out anything that has started to develop in your growler.
Air-dry upside down. Allow your growler to sit upside down and air dry completely. A damp growler can harbor bacteria, whereas a dry growler will not.
Leave the cap off. Don’t cap your growler once it has been cleaned. Capping the growler will result in stagnant air, which could promote bacteria growth. Allowing the air to circulate will reduce this risk.
When you bring in your growler to be filled, we will visually inspect it and take a sniff to make sure it is clean. If we can see mold or if we pass out from the smell, we will not be able to fill your growler.