The Bruery To Release 3 More Beers for January ’11
Reserve Society,collectors and traders be on the look out. The Bruery is releasing three beers to their Reserve Society Members this coming Monday. Two are part of the Provisions Series, which will soon be available to the Orange County public, and Melange #1, will be a small release to the Reserve Society. Check out the details as well as the bottle artwork below.
The Bruery Melange #1 – A delicate blend of our award winning Oude Tart and our infamous Black Tuesday, this is one of the most intriguing beers we’ve created to date. The tangy dark fruit flavors twist themselves with the chocolaty sweetness in a way that fools the palate into thinking you are truly drinking two great, yet widely different beers at the same time.
The Bruery Provisions Series : Old Richland -Dry hopped with Simcoe, Centennial and Sterling hops, a real piney and citrusy flavor shines through the dark, caramelly malt backbone. Some may think of it as more of a double IPA than a barley wine, we just think its delicious.
The Bruery Provisions Series: Cuádruple – This one combines elements of Belgium with elements of Mexico, hence the name, meaning “quadruple” in Spanish. We bended a classic Belgian quad recipe by removing the standard Belgian candi sugars and replacing them with dark agave syrup. The resulting beer is a luxurious tribute to two very different parts of the world.