18 August 2016
From Bruery Terreux:
SANS PAGAIE PUBLIC DRAFT AND BOTTLE RELEASE
On Friday, we celebrate the public draft and bottle release of Sans Pagaie.
Sans Pagaie is our take on the Belgian-style kriek, which is a traditional, sour blonde ale aged in oak barrels with cherries. The word "kriek" actually translates to "cherry" in the Flemish language. Sans Pagaie, our clever moniker for this beer, translates from French to "without a paddle" (see what we did there?). The base beer has a subtle funk, which melds gently with the fruit, giving this beer flavors reminiscent of coconut, vanilla yogurt and fresh cherries.
Enjoy it on tap at both Tasting Rooms this Friday. Bottles will be available exclusively at our Bruery Terreux Tasting Room and on TheBrueryStore.com.
NOW'S THE TIME TO JOIN OUR PRESERVATION SOCIETY
Earlier this week, we announced the first included beer in the Third Quarter Preservation Society package: White Chocolate! This bourbon barrel-aged wheatwine made a fanciful trip to the chocolatier and returned with luscious flavors of white chocolate, thanks to cacao nibs from TCHO and fresh vanilla beans.
Did you know that a Preservation Society membership includes Society tap list access at both of our Tasting Rooms, special allocations and sales, and an included, curated package at a discount of at least 10% off the retail price each quarter. The other two included beers in the Q3 package will be announced leading up to its availability, which will be near the end of September.
So, our Preservation Society members have that to look forward to. And this: Preservation Society members also receive priority access to join the 2017 Reserve Society in advance (if any) of a public sale. The two-week window to join will run fromOctober 3 through October 14 via TheBrueryStore.com. You need to be a Preservation Society member to take advantage of this opportunity. Join today viaTheBrueryStore.com and enjoy all the benefits. Space is limited.
SPECIAL BRUERY TERREUX BOTTLE RELEASE
Gose, port wine, chenin blanc grapes, sea salt captured from the Pacific Ocean. None of these existed in the Jurassic era. The creatures that roamed the earth 145+ million years ago had neither the brainpower nor wherewithal to concoct such a creation and collaboration of this magnitude. Fast forward to present day with Bruery Terreux, Libertine Brewing Company and Field Recordings Wine, and these dinosaurs could learn a thing or two about adapting to the environment and making the most out of terroir around them. And that’s exactly where we sought inspiration (and borrowed artwork from our offspring) in the creation of Jurassic Gose.
This tart, wheat-based ale is our exploration of a West Coast gose. Jurassic Gose is brewed using the stein beer method with locally-sourced rocks, and features grapes from Jurassic Park Vineyard and sea salt from the Pacific Ocean. Aged in port wine barrels with chenin blanc grapes, this wild collaboration emerges as mineralic, territorial and dry. It’s unlike any gose you’ve had before - in fact, it’s from an entirely different era.
On Tuesday, August 23, we celebrate the limited bottle release of Jurassic Gose in the Bruery Terreux Tasting Room when we open at noon.