Jester King Sin Frontera is the latest release from the Austin, Texas brewery. The new offering is a collaboration between Brasserie Trois Dames in Sainte Croix, Switzerland, and Denver, Colorado’s Crooked Stave.
The concept behind Jester King Sin Frontera, is to brew three identical editions of the beer, and referment them in Spanish sherry barrels at three different locations on earth. The method would allow the beer to be shaped by the microorganisms unique to each location.
Jester King brewed their version in October of 2013 with Chad Yakobson of Crooked Stave and Raphael Mettler of Trois Dames. Sin Frontera was fermented in stainless steel for three months, then refermented in Spanish sherry barrels for 12 months, then refermented yet again in bottles for three month months.
Jester King Sin Frontera will launch on April 17th, at the brewery at 4 pm.
Style: American Wild Ale (Barrel Aged. Sherry.)
Availability: 750ml Bottles. 5,000 produced. $20