Every week, Kyle is cherry picking a few special sour bottles from our retail selection and offering bottle pours of delicious, puckery sour beers! We’re calling it Tueuzeday Guezeday! We’re picking bottles that are rare and sometimes pricey so you can have the opportunity to taste these special beers without having to commit to the whole bottle. Come and sample each TUEUZEDAY! Check our Facebook page and Instagram each week for the up-to-date weekly offerings if not updated here.
Every week, Kyle is cherry picking 3-4 special sour, funky, and and/or wild bottles from our retail selection and offering bottle pours of these delicious beers! We’re calling it Tueuzeday Guezeday! We’re picking bottles that are rare and sometimes pricey so you can have the opportunity to taste these special beers without having to commit to the whole bottle. Come and sample each TUEUZEDAY!
Tuesday, January 14th lineup:
Plan Bee Farm Brewery Pepper, 4.5% (Poughkeepsie, NY)
The 2nd batch of this showcase of Plan Bee’s pepper garden. Pepper starts with a tart funky farmhouse ale and layers in jalapeño, habanero, Thai, ghost, cayenne, Tabasco, Caribbean hot, and Scotch bonnet peppers. Each variety of pepper is added at a different point in the boil so you can pick out each flavor individually.
Wildflower Brewing & Blending St. Florence 2019: Semillon, 6.0% (Marrickville, AUS)
Finally a beer from these Aussie saison leaders! The 2019 edition of St. Florence is a multi-step process of fermenting fresh whole semillon grapes on house yeast for 3 weeks, refermenting a portion of that with their barrel-aged saison Gold, and repeating that process again after 4 months. Finally, it was bottle conditioned for 11 weeks in bottle prior to release.
Carton Brewing Company Vild Bits, 6.0% (Atlantic Highlands, NJ)
Our first ever wild ale from Carton sounds like it could be from Plan Bee. The base beer features a blend of American rye, wheat and pilsner malt and is initiall fermented with the souring Lactobacillus and conditioned with Brett C yeast, beets and dill. It should be tart, funky, dry, earthy and slightly spicy.
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales Deep River Blues, 7.5% (Hood River, OR)
A new offering from one of the country’s best wild beer brewers, Deep River Blues is a farmhouse ale refermented on 1.7 pounds of blueberries per gallon in a combination of French and American oak barrels. Big blueberry flavor while stil tart, dry, funky and oaked roundness.
Brasserie d’Orval S. A. Orval, 6.9% (Florenville, Belgium)
Funk meets monks. One of the greatest beers ever. Light funk from brettanomyces, not sour. Drink it. A Gueuzeday everyday item.