For the Week of 3 November 2021
We will share two new bottles this coming week, as well as offer three freshly packaged cans in our retail shop.
Genealogy of Morals: Edilfonso Espresso
As the foundation for our continuing series of single-origin coffee experiments, we chose a few barrels of our wheat imperial stout, Genealogy of Morals, that had rested in select bourbon barrels for more than two years. That beer was blended and then conditioned atop coffee beans grown and processed in the Huila region of Colombia by Edilfonso and Maribel Yara. The beans were sourced and roasted by The Coffee Collective in Copenhagen, Denmark. These age-old friends long ago elevated our worldview as to what coffee could be. After months of bottle conditioning, the beer is now ready to enjoy.
Self-Reliance: Motueka™ (Double Dry-Hopped)
By a stroke of serendipity, this week’s addition to our Self-Reliance series of Farmstead® single-hop India pale ales will once again mirror our freshly packaged Double IPA canned offering.
Self-Reliance: Motueka™ (Double Dry-Hopped), was brewed with hand-selected Motueka™ hops grown by Freestyle Farm— our agricultural partner in Upper Moutere, New Zealand—and then dry-hopped twice over with that same crop year of Motueka™.
Newly Available Cans
Double Motueka™ debuts in 16 oz. cans and once again presents the chance to experience two distinct expressions of this hop, a Double India Pale Ale and a Farmstead® ale. We will also see the return of both Edward, our American Pale Ale, and Susan, our India Pale Ale, to cans in the shop.
We plan to open up our taproom reservations through early December this coming Tuesday, so stay tuned for an announcement with details on Monday. We’re grateful for your patience.
A reminder that we will take a winter break from 25 December 2021 through 25 January 2022, which will mean the pausing of all operations, including retail.