Had I made this stop in Marysville on the fourth of August, just before Sno-Town opened, I could have labeled 5 Rights the newest brewery in a county where they keep popping up like mushrooms after the rain stops. R. J. Whitlow and his family rolled up the garage door to reveal their tasting and growler-filling room on July 3.
The lineup on the first Saturday in September was about a dozen styles, with some interesting twists. The brews are sorted into three sets: regularly made beers under the Over-the-Counter heading, seasonals are RX or Prescription only, and the special imperials fall under the Nurses' Orders heading.
Another interesting angle was the stout options. There was a straight oatmeal stout and a coffee oatmeal stout, both 5.4% abv. The coffee was not beans in the boil, but cold-brewed coffee (a 24-hr process I had not heard of).
There were the usual IPAs, pales, an amber, etc.
It does sound as if 5 Rights is still on track to stand out from the crowd.