Strong Belgian blond brewed with walnuts, raisins, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, and lemon zest. Fermented with Nordic Kveik yeast and carrot puree, the beer was then laid to rest for 14 months in freshly dumped bourbon barrels. After the final blend, the bourbon barrel aged beer was conditioned on Ugandan vanilla beans.
This collaboration was inspired by an iconic Trappist beer. Orange Crates began as a Belgian-style blonde ale, fermented with historic Belgian ale yeast, and dry-hopped with Mandarina Bavaria hops. The dry-hopped Belgian Blonde was then conditioned on Brettanomyces claussenii for 2 months. The beer was then bottle conditioned with the Brett. C. for 9 months prior to release. This is a toast to arguably one of the most well respected, recognizable, and style bending beers ever created. A deep cut of some of the grooviest funk brewed with our friends at The Answer in RVA!
Oak aged sour ale conditioned on Montmorency cherries. A blend of 1 to 3-year-old oak aged sour blond ale conditioned upon Montmorency cherries. A beautiful crimson hue accompanies aromas of tart cherry pie, vanilla, and bright Meyer lemon - a playful riff on the classic Krieks from Belgium.
MXD FRM is our house saison fermented with classic saison yeasts, many strains of wild yeasts, and a number of different beer souring bacterias. Once the sugar rich wort is cast from the brew house, this melting pot of fermentive characters get to work for 2 months. The stainless steel fermented mixed fermentation saison is then bottle conditioned with the same mixed culture used in primary fermentation. A lightly tart, dry, and soft saison style ale, a little slice of fermented grace.