The California based brewery already has a few different renditions of “Brettaville” in their lineup, including a Tangerine de Brettaville, and a Peach de Brettaville. Almanac Pumpkin Pie de Brettaville features roasted heirloom pumpkins and fall spices, aged in oak barrels.
We start by brewing a bright and aromatic farmhouse ale with a blend of twelve “brett” yeast strains. After a vigorous primary fermentation, the beer is racked into wine barrels to mature. In cask, the beer takes on the complex flavors of the oak, and the brettanomyces yeast creates an exotic melange of earthy funk and tropical fruit flavors.
Almanac Pumpkin Pie de Brettaville will be a 375 milliliter bottle offering.
Odell Zard-Alu Sour Apricot is on deck by the Colorado based brewery.
Love fruited sours? Odell Zard-Alu Sour Apricot is a fruit focused sour, featuring a blend of Brettanomyces yeast, and Lactobacillus.
Apricots are thought to be native of the Persian territory, where they were commonly referred to as Zard-Alu. These precious stone fruits were so highly revered that they were often used a commodity in the markets. The stones were not to be wasted. Much like this brew. While peach and pear-like flavors mingle in the background, as Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus create the tie that binds all the components. The end result is a complex ale that is playfully sour, light, and refreshing.
Odell Zard-Alu Sour Apricot will be a 750 milliliter offering, available in the tap room starting May 27th/
Terrapin Cranberry Pumpkinfest is coming to cans this fall. A spin on the brewery’s annual pumpkin release.
Pumpkinfest joined the Athens, Georgia based brewery’s lineup years ago, and found it’s way into cans in 2015. This coming edition uses cranberry juice, givng
Cranberry Pumpkinfest is brewed with traditional pumpkin pie spices and contains real cranberry juice for just the right amount of tartness. We add pumpkin to the mash for yet another layer of flavor for a beer that is reminiscent of the upcoming season.
Terrapin Cranberry Pumpkinfest will be a draft and 12 ounce can offering. The brewery has not yet announced this release.
Carolina Bauernhaus June Princess will officially be the Anderson, South Carolina based brewery’s first bottle release.
The wild and sour based brewery headed up by Keston Helfrich and David Thorton opened in December of 2015. Their lineup is almost 100% sold in their downtown taproom.
Carolina Bauernhaus June Princess goes head to head in our book for the best sour in their young repetoire (the other being 18 Mile.)
Our native fermented sour rye ale brewed with North Carolina grown pilsner and wheat malts. This hazy gold beer was fermented in regional Tempranillo barrels and aged on local apricots and locally harvested June Princess nectarines from Clemson’s fruit research farm. The beer is fermented with a blend of SouthYeast Labs N1 strong ale yeast and native lactobacillus along with a few Brettanomyces strains. This fruit forward beer is balanced by a bright acidity and rounded out by an oaky barrel character.
Carolina Bauernhaus June Princess will be a 750 milliliter bottle offering. The brewery has not yet announced a release date.
Wicked Weed Coolcumber, already available on draft, will soon be a bottled offering.
The beer is exactly as it sounds, a golden ale brewed with cucumber. Take our word for it – it really does smell and taste like cucumber. (Plus basil and juniper berries of course.) Face it, the South is hot. This beer is like air conditioning in a glass.
Summer in Carolina is a time when days grow long, life slows down, and friends draw near. Gardens burst with brisk basil and fresh cucumbers, fireflies illuminate the night sky, and warm days leave us lounging late, our glasses brimming with golden nectar. Summer in the South is best served cool.
Wicked Weed Coolcumber will be a 12 ounce bottle offering.
Terrapin HI-10 will mark the 27th entry in the brewery’s Side Project Series in late July. For the first time in Side Project history, the beer will be in canned (instead of 22 ounce bottles.)
One of Terrapin’s first cans was Hi-5, a west coast style India pale ale. This rif on that beer will be an imperial IPA brewed with mango and habanero peppers. Above are the first can proofs of the new
Surf’s up with our “HI-10” Mango Habanero Double IPA. With citra waves for days, and just enough heat to make you sweat, our big and juicy DIPA has plenty of kick to keep you barreled from start to finish.
Terrapin HI-10 will be a 12 ounce can offering.
Orpheus Brewing Serpent Bite will be the Atlanta, Georgia brewery’s next canned offering.
The base beer is a saison fermented with a French saison yeast, and soured with the brewery’s house Lactobacillus bacteria culture.
Just as the Serpent Bite and loss of Eurydice was the catalyst for Orpheus’s journey, our love for hops and sour beers was the catalyst for Orpheus Brewing. Serpent Bite is a dry-hopped, sour saison, with a tart bite, and notes of orange and tropical fruit.
Orpheus Brewing Serpent Bite will be a 12 ounce can offering, along with draft in mid to late May, 2016.
Hops: Mandarina Bavaria
Malt: Two Row barley, White Wheat
Yeast: House Lactobacillus Mother, French saison yeast
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft
Release: May, 2016