Abundance of Alcohol and Acidity…

Had a couple nice boxes from The Bruery land recently thanks to the Reserve Society.

  • Melange #3, a blend of Black Tuesday, White Oak Sap, and Papier to the tune of 15.5%abv.
  • Chocolate Rain, Black Tuesday cask aged on vanilla beans and cocoa nibs. 18.5%abv.  This was this years Reserve Society mystery release.  Formerly draught only no growlers.
  • 3 French Hens is the 2010 contribution to the 12 Days of Christmas Vertical, a belgian strong dark ale.  10%abv,  while it was an RS beer it was distro’d nationally I believe.
  • Sour in the Rye was also part of the Reserve Society.  Really looking forward to it as I love rye and sour beers.  8.7%abv and also formerly draught only, no growlers.
  • Vitis Series: Pinotlambicus was part of this past years Reserve Society but made it to the shelves in California.  An ale made with pinot noir grape juice and then cask aged for a bit.

The Pinotlambicus will most likely get reviewed first.
Cheers all,
Dave

This entry was posted in Beer News, Beer Photography, The Bruery Brewery. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply