Tin Roof Juke Joint IPA going year round and in cans

Baton Rouge’s Tin Roof Brewing announced today that their Juke Joint IPA will now be a year round offering, and that cans will be hitting store shelves within the next several weeks. The release event was held last weekend at Pelican House, and more places will begin having it on tap this week. Once again, I think they hit a home run with their can design. The last several cans have been great looking, and this one is no exception.

Juke Joint can


Read the full press release below:


BATON ROUGE, LA (MARCH 5, 2014) – Tin Roof Brewing Co. wrapped up the Carnival season with a big announcement- their popular Spring seasonal, Juke Joint IPA, is back for good and will now be available in cans as well as on tap.
Juke Joint was first released last year as a Spring seasonal, and the beer quickly became a fan favorite. Taps will start popping up over the next week or two, and the cans should hit store shelves around mid-March.
“We’ve recently added capacity allowing us to expand our product line” said Jon Smith, Tin Roof Sales Director. “Juke Joint was a big hit last year, and I’m a huge IPA fan, so making it available year round and in cans was a no brainer.”
Tin Roof is in the midst of an expansion which includes additional fermentation tanks, storage tanks, and a new brewhouse. They’ve also expanded their warehouse to allow for more can storage and a tap room which is slated to open in the coming months.
Tin Roof Brewing Company was founded in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and began operations in November 2010. The company now distributes their products across Louisiana and in parts of Mississippi. For more information, follow Tin Roof on Twitter, find them on Facebook and Instagram, or visit http://www.tinroofbeer.com.


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