Burial The Veil Behind the Curtain debuts today marking the first day of spring.
The decay of Winter’s final demise has fallen, says Asheville’s Burial Beer. Today marks the first day of spring, and with it comes this fermented tribute. The brewery’s Keeper’s Veil Honey Saison has been aged in wood and refermented with a flower blend of chamomile, hibiscus, passionflower, elderflower, and lavender.
The beer is vibrantly botanical with notes of cranberry, lemon zest and rhubarb, and a quaffable acidity.
Each bottle is hand-dipped in beeswax and rolled in a blend of flowers. Limited to the brewery starting March 20th at a special brewery event. No distribution.
Jester King Rare Corals, a new farmhouse ale, debuts on March 31st.
A farmhouse ale is nothing new for Jester King. Check out this fruit lineup though. Rare Corals has been re-fermented with guava, bananas, strawberries, cantaloupe, toasted coconut, and chamomile. All in all, around 1,200 pounds fruit.
The base beer was brewed in September of 2016, and fermented in stainless steel with Jester King’s mixed culture of native yeast and bacteria.
Jester King Rare Corals will be available in 750 milliliter bottles when the brewery opens on March 31st.
5.3% ABV, 22 IBUs
Burial The Keeper’s Veil Honey Saison will be the next can release by the Asheville, North Carolina brewery.
Previously available on draft, Burial The Keeper’s Veil Honey Saison features local honey and Riverbend Malt’s 6 Row and wheat. The crown jewel of this beer is the addition of seven flowers and herbs from Asheville’s wildflower population. Flowers include heather, elderflower, lavender, Passion Flower, hibiscus, rose and chamomile.
Those who favor a saison with strong herbal notes, this beer is for you.
Burial The Keeper’s Veil Honey Saison will be available in 16 ounce cans during the last week of June. Distribution to follow.
Image: Burial Beer Co.
Flat 12 Dan Patch Wit releases July 2nd.
Named for the fastest race horse ever in Indiana, Flat 12 Dan Patch Wit (a Belgian-style white ale) is brewed with chamomile, orange peel, and coriander.
In honor of a Hoosier icon, the fastest race horse in Indiana history, this Belgian-style easy drinker features a blend of chamomile, orange peel and coriander. Good for a trot around the track or breaking records at a faster pace.
Flat 12 Dan Patch Wit will be available starting July 2nd.
Bronx Spring Pale Ale with Tea hits tap this month. The newest release from the Bronx, New York brewery is brewed with two different teas.
A blend of two types of black tea and chamomile tea.
Chamomile tea has long been used for its calming effects since Ancient times but we can’t help to get overly excited about this tea infused pale ale. Earthy black teas from India and Indonesia join the sweetness of Chamomile to complement English malts and lemon citrus New Zealand hops to make this crisp, spring inspired pale ale.
Bronx Spring Pale Ale with Tea finishes at 5.7% alcohol by volume. Available now through March, 2016.
Availability: Draft only
Debut: February, 2016
5.7% ABV 36 IBUs
Below, images of the brew day via Bronx Brewery
Burial Beer The Keepers Veil Honey Saison will be available at the brewery in Asheville, North Carolina on December 26th.
Wildflower honey is the key ingredient in Burial Beer The Keepers, plus dried herbs and flowers including lemongrass, hibiscus, chamomile, rose petals, passion flower and elder flower.
The saison goes on sale at the brewery at 2 pm, $10 per bottle.
Image via Burial Beer Co.
Woodchuck Oopsie Daisy is the lastest release to join the cider’s Out on a Limb Series. Out on a Limb is a rotating six-pack that features some of Woodchuck’s most creative cider varieties. Oopsie Daisy features chamomile flowers, lending the cider a spring flavor.
Oopsy Daisy is infused with real chamomile flowers, which lead to sweet honey and citrus notes for a smooth taste. Crafted with common eating apples such as McIntosh and Cortland, this cider is semi-dry with a delicate floral aftertaste.
The packaging for the Out on a Limb Series doesn’t change, but the bottle art does. Woodchuck Oopsie Daisy is available in 12oz bottles for a limited time.
Style: Cider (w/ Chamomile Flowers)
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft.
Release: January, 2015