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Isabelle Proximus to Be Released June 28, 2008

Rare collaboration of five craftbrewing titans available at Port Brewing / Lost Abbey starting at 10am; 12 bottle limit per person

SAN MARCOS, Calif. – At 10am on Saturday, June 28th 2008, Port Brewing will release highly anticipated Isabelle Proximus. A collaboration between five of America’s best craft brewers – Tomme Arthur of Port Brewing / The Lost Abbey, Adam Avery of Avery Brewing, Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head, Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River, and RobTod of Allagash – Isabelle was created from a common base beer to which each brewery contributed a yeast strain and barrels for aging. After 16 months in oak, the beers were blended to create the final product.

Release Details:

  • Bottles will be $30 per cork finished 750ml bottle.
  • Limit of 12 bottles per person.
  • Beer will be sold only at the brewery. No email orders or holds for pick up at a later date.
  • This is a special release; no discounts.
  • There are approximately 150 cases available. Once it is gone, it is gone.

As with all Port Brewing special limited releases, all purchasers will be required to present valid ID at time of purchase to ensure that as many people as possible receive an allotment. For more information and the brewery location, visit http://www.lostabbey.com.

About Port Brewing / The Lost Abbey
Founded in 2006, Port Brewing Company is 2007’s Great American Beer Festival Small Brewery of the Year, and 2008 World Beer Cup World Champion Small Brewery. It produces a line of award-winning American ales as well as the groundbreaking Lost Abbey family of Belgian-inspired beers. Craft brewed under the direction of co-founder and three-time GABF brewer of the year and World Beer Cup Champion small brewer, Tomme Arthur, five beers are issued under the Lost Abbey label year-round: Avant Garde, Lost and Found, Red Barn, Devotion and Judgment Day. Additionally, a number of seasonal and specialty releases are offered at various times throughout the year. As many of these are blended and aged for up to 18 months in French Oak, Brandy and Bourbon barrels, Lost Abbey beers are universally recognized for their complexity, unique flavors, and bold, boundary-pushing styles. Port Brewing is located at 155 Mata Way, Suite 104, San Marcos, CA 92069, USA. Telephone (760) 889-9318, web: www.lostabbey.com.

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