Tuesday, June 11, 2019

The Bruery new cans!

The Bruery/Dogfish Head Kisses Betwixt Mr. & Mrs. This is Ridiculous...$11.99 / 4pk cans
Mixed culture saison ale with Pinot Noir and Grapes aged in a French Oak Foeder
This ridiculous mixed culture saison ale was made by blending Mr. and Mrs. This Is Ridiculous. The tart and funky union between Dogfish Head and Bruery Terreux was aged in a French oak foeder for seven months.

The Bruery Bakery Coconut Macaroons....$6.49 / 16oz can
Bourbon Barrel Aged
Indulge in this rich imperial stout drawn from the decadent flavors of coconut macaroons. This full-bodied beer was aged in bourbon barrels with coconut and vanilla to attain its pastry-like flavors.
13% ABV

The Bruery Trade Winds...$11.99 / 4pk cans
The trade winds are a blowin', bringing zest from the east and yeast from the west. Trade Winds is our take on a Belgian-style tripel ale with a twist: the addition of Thai basil, complementing the fruity and spicy notes we love this time of year. choe-tee’ ("Cheers!" in Thai).

The Bruery Goses Are Red....$11.99 / 4pk cans
This is a rosé - and a gose - by any other name. Goses are Red is a stylish funky, crisp and tart gose ale inspired by the soft sweetness of a rosé wine. The refreshing wheat-based ale begins with some of the qualities you’d expect from a gose, including coriander spicing and a light saltiness to complement the tartness imparted by our house cultures. But the story doesn’t end there - it builds in complexity, thanks to time spent in an oak foeder and the addition of grapes, which impart a refreshing character and color.

Bruery Wit the Funk....$11.99 / 4pk cans

also sold as singles
Wit The Funk is crafted with tradition in mind. First we brewed a classic Wit with orange peel and coriander that’s fermented with a combination of yeasts, Brettanomyces and our own house mixed culture. Next the beer is aged to final maturation in Terreux’s Foeder Forest in a combination of American and French oak. The result is a winning combination that’s fresh with subtle complexity, balancing the classic, spiced and fruity characteristics of a Belgian-style Wit with the soft – and wild – touch from its time in the oak. No kettle sours here. Sure, it takes longer, but it’s worth it.

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