Retail Update for 19 October 2022
Wheat Blanc • Mary, Society & Solitude #4, and Earl • Memoria
There are still splashes of ruddy reds and warm ochres in the fields and forests, but as winter hints with morning frost and brisk bluster, autumn wanes once again. We’ve enjoyed this year’s season, especially so many familiar, friendly faces amongst the foliage; we look forward to seeing more of you as we enter what we charmingly refer to as “Stick Season” around these parts.
For this coming week, we will share a new emergence of Wheat Blanc, as well as freshly packaged cans of Mary, Society & Solitude #4, and Earl. We also plan to announce our intentions for reservation service, as the current round wraps up on 5 November—we appreciate your patience!
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In our continued exploration of Farmstead® ales within various contexts and processes, we present another emergence of our wheat-forward Farmstead® ale. This oak-aged ale was brewed with a malt bill comprised of 90% organic wheat and 10% organic barley. It was then dry-hopped with hand-selected Motueka hops from Freestyle Farm—our agricultural partner, in Upper Moutere, New Zealand—and hand-selected Hallertauer Blanc hops from Seitz Farm—our agricultural partner in Wolnzach, Germany. Prior to its time conditioning in the bottle (more than a year at release), the blended base beer spent between nine and 20 months in wine barrels.
We have a trifecta of freshly packaged cans for takeaway this coming week:
- Mary – Unfiltered, naturally carbonated German-style lager brewed with organic malts. 5% abv.
- Society & Solitude #4 – Double India Pale Ale with Citra® and Galaxy hops. 8% abv.
- Earl – Stout brewed with coffee sources and roasted by The Coffee Collective in Copenhagen
By the Glass and Growlers To Go
Selections for onsite enjoyment will include Edward; Memoria; Mosaic Single Hop IPA; Earl; Shirley Mae; bottle and glass pours of vintage beers; and guest ciders from nearby Wildbranch Cider.
Reservation service is available, with fees 100% benefiting the Hardwick Children’s Holiday Project, and walk-in guests are always welcome!
An updated menu of growler options in our taproom (no reservations required!) may be found on our Retail Shop page.