Down the Road Beer Company Announces the Launch of its Feyborn Berliner Weisse

imageFrom Down the Road Beer:

Down the Road Beer Company is excited to announce the launch of its newest style, Feyborn Berliner Weisse. The Feyborn Berliner Weisse is a traditional kettle sour Berliner Weisse with a generous helping of blackberries creating a delicate swirl of juicy sweet and refreshing sour ale. This quenching brew is a staple of the warm weather months in Germany. Although it is an ale, Feyborn is much more at home with wild berries and spring flowers than the black malts of winter. With an ABV of 4.5%, the Berliner Weisse is perfect for hot summer days. Available now in Massachusetts and sold in 16oz cans. Visit us for an ever growing list of retailers.

About Down the Road Beer Company:

Down the Road Beer Co. made its first official mark on the Metro Boston Craft Beer market with the launch of its signature Pukwudgie Pale Ale in April 2015. However, the company Founder and Chief Brewmaster, Donovan Bailey, began brewing beer over 20 years ago. Down the Road Beer Co. brings a uniqueness to the Craft Beer market by bucking the trend to create the next craziest innovation. Instead, we focus on crafting high quality beer, brewed locally in MA using fresh ingredients and inspired by traditional brewing techniques and styles. Each time we set out to create a new beer, we study the history of the style we are emulating and decide how we can experiment and improve it, without straying far from the original purpose of the brew. Drink local, and taste the difference freshness can make.

About Bil Cord

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