Tuesday, January 23, 2018

On Rotation achieves goal of a new beer every week of the year

Graphic courtesy of On Rotation.
Today represents the anniversary of when On Rotation of Dallas first opened its doors on January 23, 2015. Since then, the brewery has released over 110 beers, with nearly half of those hitting the tapwall just this past year.

"We ran the numbers this past week and determined that we hit our resolution for 2017, which was to release a new beer for every week of the year," says Jacob Sloan, co-founder of On Rotation. "In total, we had 53 beer releases in 2017 - 48 of which were brand new releases."

A breakdown of the types of beers the company delivered last year can be found on the graphic to the right. Not surprisingly, IPAs were one of the styles consumers were most likely to encounter during a visit to the taproom, with saisons, stouts and wild/sour beer offerings ranking high on the list as well.

Indeed, On Rotation is a brewery that continues to live up to its name. And, by all accounts, its fans can look forward to more of the same during the coming year.

"We're proud of what we were able to achieve last year, but we want to keep the train rolling into 2018," adds Sloan. " We plan to hold down at least 10 of our 40 taps with house beers this year, and we're off to a good start, as we capped off 2017 with every fermenter under our roof full of upcoming releases."

Among the beers to be released at On Rotation in the near future, a Nelson Sauvin-hopped farmhouse ale is in the works, as is a pale ale and a smoked blackberry porter.

As for an official anniversary event, that will occur on March 10, a date that coincides with the day On Rotation tapped its original house beers.



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