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Brooklyn Blue Apron Ale is a new, potential big bottle from the Brooklyn, New York brewery.
Blue Apron Ale has a deep brown color and a palate redolent of oranges, caramel, bread and chocolate, with Belgian yeast adding a hint of spice. 100% bottle re-fermentation gives the been a lively natural carbonation. Best served at 50° F, Blue Apron Ale is a fine accompaniment to beef, lamb, roasted game, cured meats, ruben sandwiches and good cheese.
Broolyn Blue Apron Ale will be bottled in 750ml bottles. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Style: Belgian-Style Ale
Availability: 750ml bottles, Corked & Caged
Note: This is a “first look” preview. Details are subject to change at anytime by the brewery.
Brooklyn already has one quadrupel, you know it as Quadceratops. When you age it in bourbon and rum barrels, you have Brooklyn Quinceratops.
Brooklyn Quintaceratops has not yet been announced by the brewery.
Brooklyn I Wanna Rye-It. A new beer entry.
More information to follow…
Brooklyn Brewery will add Wild Horse Porter the Brewmaster’s Reserve lineup in February, 2015. The Brewmaster’s Reserve is a small batch, experimental series, released every four months.
Brooklyn Wild Horse Porter is an English-style porter that was fermented almost primarily with Brettanomyces yeast, then finished with house ale yeast.
… The result is an intriguing, full-bodied beer with a hay-forward funk on the nose preceding flavors of chocolate, coffee, fruit and caramel. We’re riding on the wild side. Are you ready?
Brooklyn Wild Horse Porter hits taps starting February 9th at a special event in Williamsburg, New York. Limited draft in key accounts shortly after.
Style: American Wild Ale
Availability: Draft only. Limited.