Brewery Brunchin'

Rogness Brewing Co. to host Sunday brunch

Brewery Brunchin'

Austinites are serious about their brunching. For those looking to divert from the heavily treaded path of mimosa-laden standbys, this Sunday, June 8, Rogness Brewing will partner with Greengos food trailer for a Sunday beer brunch.

From 10am to 2pm, $12 will get you a Rogness logo coffee mug and up to four fills of beer. Offerings include the Yogi, a chai-spiced amber ale; Ost, a coffee-infused porter; and Sophina, a pineapple sour ale, in addition to other Rogness brews. Greengos food trailer will be on-site with a special brunch menu.

Sun., June 8, 10am-2pm.
Rogness Brewing Co., 2400 Patterson Industrial Dr
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www.rognessbrewing.com.

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