Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project will extend distribution into the state of Georgia as early as December, 2014. Beer Street Journal verified some of the details surrounding the launch.
Four offerings will be initially available in Georgia through Savannah Distributing.
- Vieille (Barrel-Aged Brett Saison)
- Surette (Barrel-Aged Saison brewed with harvest grains)
- Surette Autumn (Brett-fermented Barrel-Aged Amber Saison with Squash,Nutmeg, Allspice, Cinnamon, and Anise)
- St. Bretta Autumn (Brett-fermented Witbier brewed with Citrus)
These initial four offerings will be available in 375ml bottles. Savannah expects to pick up more offerings in 2015.
Crooked Stave is based in Denver, Colorado, focusing on American wild & sour ales, and barrel aged beer.
Origins is our hommage to the history of barrel-aging and those who have influenced us along the way. This Burgundy Sour Ale is made up of two blends, the first sitting in French Oak barrels for two years, and the second for one and a half years.
Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project (Denver, Co) just bottled Saison Vieille Artisanalthis week. Vielle is described as a lower gravity saison. 60 barrels (1,860 gallons) produced.
A video of brew day for the 2012 Fort Collins Collusion brew 2012. The beer – brewed with honey & Colorado snow, is a collab between Equinox, Fort Collins, Pateros Creek, Crooked Stave, New Belgium, Coopersmith’s, Odell, & CB Potts.
The 2nd Colorado mega collaboration is in the works once again for American Craft Beer Week 2012. Nine Fort Collins brewers will come together in April to brew up a new Colorado focused brew. Last year, the 9 breweries created “Collusion Ale.“
C.B. & Potts, CooperSmith’s Pub & Brewing, Crooked Stave, Equinox Brewing Co., Fort Collins Brewery, Funkwerks, New Belgium Brewing Co., Odell Brewing Co. and Pateros Creek will meet at Fort Collins Brewery to create a new beer using as many local Colorado ingredients as possible.
Colin Westcott, owner of Equinox Brewing:
A rough sketch of the recipe includes honey from Wellington, Colorado-grown hops, locally grown unmalted spelt and some snow from the high country.
Availability: Draft Only
Arrival: Week of May 14th, 2012
Where? Each of the 9 Colorado breweries
Update 4/9/12: Press Release
Crooked Stave announced today that it will begin selling Cellar Reserve memberships at the end of the month. This membership will grant you access to ten special barrel aged beers, aged almost one year already, to be released throughout 2012. The membership will also give you Crooked Stave product discounts, special glassware, and exclusive merchandise. Proceeds will go to Crooked Stave’s Denver expansion project.
More purchase details will be available in the next few days.