New Glarus Brewing Announces Spotted Cow Grand Cru
(New Glarus, WI) – Spotted Cow Fans may not have believed it was possible to improve upon Wisconsin’s favorite brew. However, New Glarus Brewing Co. Diploma Master Brewer Daniel Carey gave some thought and decided to change it up a bit. Faithful to Spotted Cow but an entirely new Imperial recipe with fine Wisconsin and Czech malts that step out with hand chosen Willamette and Yakima Valley hops joined up with French and German varieties. The addition of fresh coriander and sweet orange peel kick up Dan’s special Farmhouse Ale. This boss Cow rules with 8.5% ABV and an Original Gravity of 18 degrees Plato. New Glarus Brewing Company Founder/President Deb Carey noted that Spotted Cow Grand Cru is bottle fermented and hazy as an early meadow morning. You can expect Spotted Cow Grand Cru to be an assertively quaffable Imperial edition of Wisconsin’s favorite local brew.
Employee Owned since 2015, New Glarus Brewing Company was created in 1993 by Daniel and Deborah Carey, who combined their considerable talents of brewing great beer and business management skills to build a state of the art award winning brewery that still honors the history and traditions of the Village of New Glarus. Dan and Deb Carey have worked hard to maintain their philosophy based on individuality, cooperation and the employment of 100% natural ingredients to produce world-class handcrafted beers for our friends “Only in Wisconsin”.