Birds Fly South Rustic Sunday is now the third bottle offering from the up and coming brewery.
Birds Fly South Ale Project is in the process of opening their brick and mortar location in Greenville, South Carolina. The brewery’s’ first two beers – Skin & Bone, and Brand New Eyes have been well very well received by beer fans.
Birds Fly South Rustic Sunday joins the lineup in March – a rye farmhouse ale, featuring Hallertau Blanc hops. The base, a rye saison, was blended with another saison that was aged in white wine puncheons.
A rye-forward farmhouse ale dry hopped heavily with Hallertau Blanc. These hops combined with our house yeast culture provide aromas of grape skins and white wine. The spicy flavors of the yeast also tangle with the try to create a crisp and refreshing 7% saison.
Birds Fly South Rustic Sunday is a 750 milliliter bottle offering.
Style: Farmhouse Ale
Hops: Hallertau Blanc
Availability: 750ml Bottles
Release: Early April, 2016
Elevation Signal De Botrange, the brewery’s wine barrel aged offering, is back on shelves again in March, 2016.
Named for the highest point in Belgium (2,277 feet) the beer is a farmhouse ale aged in Chardonnay barrels.
Eclectic and original, Elevation Signal De Botrange is our American interpretation of the farmhouse beers of Belgium. Signal pours a light amber color with notes of hay, oak, and Chardonnay. Aged for eight months in Chardonnay barrels from a prominent winery in Sonoma, this beautiful beer is perfect for summer imbibing.
Elevation Signal De Botrange is a 750 milliliter seasonal offering.
Availability: 750 ml bottles
Distribution: CO, TX, WA, AZ
Latest Return: March, 2016
Starr Hill Daily Grind will kick off the brewery’s new Heavy Rotation Series in March.
This new series will allow the brewers to focus some brewing efforts away from the India pale ales they are known for, and come up with some interesting new mixes. Interestingly, each beer will have a “mixtape” list on Spotify, created by the brewers.
Starr Hill Daily Grind is a farmhouse style ale, brewed with peppercorns.
Enhancing traditional aromas of spice and citrus, crushed peppercorns bring earthy, bright flavors to the rustic saison farmhouse ale.
Starr Hill Daily Grind will be available in 12 ounce bottles and draft from March through May, 2016.
Debut: March, 2016
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