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Our beers combine elements of Belgian and French brewing tradition with local micro flora to create unique, complex beers that can only be described one way, wild by design.

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Inspiration

We strive to create unique, complex beers by infusing traditional brewing elements with our own artistic vision. Old world styles are reimagined with new techniques and unexpected ingredients to craft style-blending beers that are all their own.

Fermentation

In the tradition of Belgian and French brewers, we utilize spontaneous fermentation whenever possible and integrate local micro flora into our brews. The constantly evolving environment ensures unique results that you won't find anywhere else.

Maturation

We encourage our micro flora to interact and age to perfection through extended cask or bottle maturation periods. This allows each beer to develop in richness and complexity, while giving us an opportunity to create beers that are both wild and fully integrated.

PB & J Bottle Release on 7/30

PB & J Bottle Release on 7/30

We are very excited to announce that PB & J has finally made it into bottles and will be released this Sunday (7/30) at Noon.

PB & J was inspired by the taste and aroma the childhood favorite peanut butter and jelly sandwich. PB&J (9.03% abv) is a wild, flavor packed sour ale of delicious awesomeness made with real peanuts and raspberries (no flavorings or fake stuff). The predominate aromas of peanut butter and raspberry jam welcome you, finishing with tones of caramel and slight salt. The familiar aromas continue into the flavor profile, encapsulating rich peanut butter, briar fruit and bread notes. The finish is sour and dry, comparable to a moderate West Flanders style ale. We recommend enjoying this beer between 48 and 52 degrees.

Bottles will be available at the taproom at noon on Sunday. They are $9 per bottle and there is a 4 bottle limit per person. Because this was a limited run of PB & J, bottles will only be sold at the taproom and will not see any distribution.

Dennis will be at the taproom on Sunday at noon for this bottle release. Please feel free to stop down and chat with him and ask any questions you might have about our beer.

See you Sunday!

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