Wicked Weed - Montnaretto American Sour w/Cherries & Almonds

21 July 2016

Here’s the new packaging for Wicked Weed Montmaretto.  This barrel-aged American sour is fermented with cherries and almonds and it uses neutral wine barrels.  The brew is a blend of beer aged on cherries and another portion aged on almonds.  This is a 500ml bottle and look for Montmaretto to hit 6.9%-AbV.

UPDATE 11 Aug 2016:

Montmaretto returns from the Canvas Series into one of our flagship beers. Aged in neutral wine barrels, Montmaretto undergoes secondary fermentation on a pound per gallon of cherries. A portion of this beer is aged with almonds to impart an amaretto character. Barrels are then blended until the perfect balance was struck. Available today at the Funkatorium and Brewpub. Limited distro next week.

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