New Glarus Brewing R&D Wild Bitter Release Details
(New Glarus,WI) – The New Glarus Brewing Company is announcing a very limited release of a new R&D brew. Diploma Master Daniel Carey’s newest IPA, Wild Bitter is brewed with Wisconsin Malts, Yakima Citra and Sterling hops. Wild Bitter was aged for nine months in the brewery’s Wild Fruit Cave, dry hopped of Slovenian Savinjski, followed by spontaneous secondary fermentation and a final third fermentation in the bottle.
Wild Bitter will be released at the New Glarus Brewing Company Hilltop facility on May 7th, 8th and 9th. There will be a two bottle per person day limit. There will be a limited number of bottles available each day and sales will begin no later than 10:00 a.m.
There will be three more special R&D styles this year. The next release will be June 11-13; then August 6-8; and finally October 8-10. Each release will be for one single R&D beer. Anyone who would like to have all four will have to attend all four events. At this time, the brewery is not releasing what the other three styles will be.
The New Glarus Brewing Company was formed 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 in Wisconsin. Cheers!