Catawba Brewing Co.’s legendary Peanut Butter Jelly Time peanut butter beer will make its annual return to the Catawba menu March 6th.

Catawba Brewing Co.’s legendary Peanut Butter Jelly Time peanut butter beer will make its annual return to the Catawba menu March 6th.

Catawba Brewing PB&J Beer Makes Annual Return with 2 New Variants

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Catawba Brewing Co.’s legendary Peanut Butter Jelly Time peanut butter beer will make its annual return to the Catawba menu March 6th.

16 oz. cans of the Peanut Butter Jelly Time by Catawba Brewing Co.

16 oz. cans of the Peanut Butter Jelly Time by Catawba Brewing Co.

Catawba Brewing Co.’s legendary “PB&J sandwich in a glass” beer, Peanut Butter Jelly Time (5.7% ABV), will make its annual return to the Catawba menu on March 6. In addition to the original Raspberry, the brewery is bringing back Strawberry-Rhubarb and debuting Peach and Red Currant. Sandwiched in the middle of its weekend release party at its Charlotte tasting room will be a peanut butter & jelly (PBJ) sandwich-eating contest on March 7th, with proceeds benefitting the Charlotte Lab School. Catawba will match all the funds raised.

Peanut Butter Jelly Time: Variants & Availability

Catawba’s most popular Specialty Series beer since 2012, Peanut Butter Jelly Time starts as a light brown ale with a touch of wheat in its malt bill, providing the bready base for the star ingredients — real raspberry puree and whole roasted North Carolina peanuts.

The release party will feature three specialty variations of the beer in addition to the original Raspberry: PBJ Strawberry-Rhubarb for the second year and two new brews for 2020: PBJ Peach and PBJ Red Currant. The three specialty flavors will be sold exclusively in Catawba tasting rooms (all in draft; Strawberry-Rhubarb also in 4-pack cans; Peach & Red Currant only at Asheville-South Slope, Charlotte & Morganton locations). A special PB&J flight will be offered while supplies last at the Asheville-South Slope, Charlotte & Morganton locations.

The original PBJ Raspberry will be sold in 4-pack 16 oz. cans in Catawba’s four tasting rooms across North Carolina, the Palmetto Brewing tasting room in Charleston and in five-state distribution.

PBJ Eating Contest

The PBJ sandwich-eating contest in the Charlotte tasting room will consist of three waves: 3 PM; 3:20 PM and 3:40 PM Each wave of participants will have three minutes to eat as many PBJ sandwiches as they can.

There are 20 spots per wave with a total of 60 participants for this event. Entry is $5 per participant; interested individuals may sign up here. The winner will receive a $25 Catawba gift card.

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