New Glarus Bubbler is being introduced this month. A new hefeweiss by the popular Wisconsin based brewery.
100% naturally carbonated, New Glarus Bubbler showcases Wisconsin wheat, and European pilsner malt. The beer was fermented in the brewery’s open top fermenters.
Toes skip, Heels click staccato expedition rhythms. Labor and Workers and Shoppers like pause to share Downtown Bubblers on Wisconsin blocks.
The Bubbler Hefeweiss you hold in your hand sparkles with democratic spirit combining Wisconsin Wheat alongside European Pilsner Malt. Choice American hops partner with imported hops, even yeasts blend together in our Open Top fermenters. 100% naturally carbonated and hazy, expect this living beer to put and exuberant effervescent gold. Bubblers beat in our hearts- it’s a Wisconsin thing.
New Glarus Bubbler is available in 12 ounce bottles, and draft. Wisconsin only.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft
Release: June, 2016
New Glarus Brewing is ACTUALLY canning. It’s complicated.
Back in February, New Glarus posted that they were getting a canning line. Due to some unforeseen issues, there was a little bit of confusion. It was, in fact, a KEGGING line.
Here’s what we had to say back then:
New Glarus posted to their Instagram over the weekend, a picture of a new piece of a equipment in the brewery. They asked fans to guess what it was. Judging by the comments, most thought it was a canning line. To which the brewery or PR person in charge of the account confirmed it was a canning line.
That post on the brewery’s Instagram remained unchanged until this afternoon, when they updated it, mentioning their mistake. (See above).
For now, it’s a keg line. Sadly, no known can plans for New Glarus. For now.
The original post is below.
And here is the updated version:
However… Today brought some good news to those of you in Wisconsin and the surrounding area:
So it seems that New Glarus Brewing Co. will be canning after all.
Moon Man will be the debut can release (in 12 packs) followed by Spotted Cow in the near future. Dates are not set yet for when these cans will hit shelves, but summer in Wisconsin looks bright.
New Glarus Wild Bitter is the brewery’s next R&D offering, coming in May.
New Glarus Wild Bitter is an IPA, is aged for nine months in the brewery’s Wild Fruit Cave, dry hopped with Slovenian Savinjski hops, then followed by spontaneous secondary fermentation. A final third fermentation happened in the bottle.
Wild Bitter will be released at New Glarus on May 7th-9th. Two bottle limit per person, per day.
Style: American Wild Ale
Hops: Citra, Sterling, Savinjski
Availability: 500ml bottles. Limited Release.
I’m sure Dan and Deb Carey, founders of Wisconsin’s New Glarus Brewing, are excited to be celebrating 20 years. To celebrate two decades of craft brewing, New Glarus releasing 20th Anniversary Ale. The beer is a Belgian style dubbel, meant to drink now or cellar.
20th Anni is brewed with a mix of American and German hops, Belgian sugar, and a blend of Belgian and American hops. If you are lucky enough to get New Glarus, look for it on shelves this week.
Availability: 20oz bottles. ERP: $9
Deb Carey, Founder and President of the New Glarus Brewing Company, met with President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and other small-business representatives in Washington D.C. yesterday. The discussion was centered around America’s looking “fiscal cliff” and the role small businesses play in that financial fabric.
Small businesses, like New Glarus Brewing Company are currently among the fastest growing job segments in the United States.
Reason to start drooling. New Glarus Brewing Co. (New Glarus, WI) is adding a dedicated lambic cellar. A lambics is a spontaneously fermented beer, exposed to wild yeasts, instead of cultivated/controlled strains. In Belgium, brewers like Cantillion allow the wild yeast from around Brussels in the air “breeze in” and ferment the beer. In the case of New Glarus, the wild yeast and bacteria that will spontaneously ferment (and funk up) the beer resides in the wood of the vessels seen above.
Lambic style beers give rise to other styles, like gueuze, faro, & kriek beers.