Bruery Terreux Chupacabra Quinceanera
Bruery Terreux Ukulele
Imperial Cabinet is a barrel-fermented farmhouse ale, inspired by the New Orleans Ramos Gin Fizz cocktail.
Since the cocktail uses gin, which has a strong botanical flavor, rosemary, lavender, juniper, and cubeb pepper were added to the boil along with dried orange blossoms. The beer’s tartness and acidity grew over the 10 months in barrels.
During the final weeks, orange peel, lemon zest, lime zest, and vanilla beans were added to the barrels.
Bruery Terreux Imperial Cabinet was fermented with a blend of both brewery’s mixed cultures used for wild fermentations.
Due to pathetic Texas laws, Bruery Terreux Imperial Cabinet will not be sold in Jester King’s home state. Bottles debuted in the Bruery tap room on October 30th.
Bruery Terreux Humulus Rueze
Bruery Terreux Confession, another entry in the brewery’s Collaboration Series.
To create Bruery Terreux Confession, riesling grapes from Fess Parker Winery & Vineyard in Los Ovilos, California. The base beer is of course, a sour ale.
Bruery Terreux Confession has not yet been announced.
Bruery Terreux Souren, a new collaboration with New Zealand’s 8 Wired Brewing launches August 5th.
Soren Erikson of 8 Wired made a pit stop in The Bruery’s home of Placentia, creating a “California style” sour beer. The base is a Belgian-style golden ale, pinot noir grapes. Bruery Terreux Souren eventually came to rest in oak barrels.
Souren is named for our pal Søren who runs the show down in the far-off land of New Zealand at 8 Wired Brewery. Taking the long way home after a trip to the States, Søren and his team stopped off in Placentia for a day of brewing, and we created a very California-style sour beer together. Starting with a Belgian-style golden ale base, Pinot Noir grapes were added and the beer was sent to rest in barrels at Bruery Terreux. Over the year, the complexities grew and this grapey, funky, spicy beer was born. Half Kiwi, half American, this one has a rather handsome accent.
Bruery Terreux Souren is available in 750ml bottles. First released to Hoarders and Reserve Society members, then limited distribution.
Bruery Terreux Prairie Rue aims to make an early fall debut. Prairie Artisan Ales joined The Bruery for a brew day back in November of 2014.
Bruery Terreux Prairie Rue is a farmhouse ale, aged in oak barrels. Total time in barrels, is 8-9 months (assuming it was barreled in late-December).
According to The Bruery, members of the Horder’s and Reserve Societies will have access to the 750ml bottles. No distribution, especially not in Oklahoma which is not in The Bruery’s distribution area.