The Bruery Preservation Series 2016 - The Grade

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Here’s the latest packaging for The Bruery Preservation Series 2016 The Grade. This Baltic porter-style lager is brewed with maple syrup and Fenugreek and packaged in 750ml bottles.  Look for The Grade to hit 7.6%-AbV.  More details from The Bruery:

The Grade is in. It’s built on the backbone of a rich, cold-fermented baltic porter made popular in countries bordering the Baltic Sea. Similar to an imperial porter but distinctly different, the baltic porter style is heralded for being full-bodied, roasty and smooth, with overtones of toffee, coffee, caramel, chocolate and dark fruit. We take it one step further and hammer it home with the bold, sweet flavors of maple syrup and a touch of fenugreek, placing it in a different, experimental class entirely. The Grade is not your average baltic porter, and that’s A-OK in our book.

UPDATE 20 Oct 2016:

Tomorrow, we’re excited to host both the public bottle release of The Grade and ugly sweater day at both Tasting Rooms!

The Grade is built on the backbone of a rich, cold-fermented baltic porter made popular in countries bordering the Baltic Sea. Similar to an imperial porter but distinctly different, the baltic porter style is heralded for being full-bodied, roasty and smooth, with overtones of toffee, coffee, caramel, chocolate and dark fruit. We take it one step further and hammer it home with the bold, sweet flavors of maple syrup and a touch of fenugreek, placing it in a different, experimental class entirely. The Grade is not your average baltic porter, and that’s A-OK in our book.

In honor of The Grade public release, sport your favorite ugly sweater in one of our Tasting Rooms, take a picture and tag your photo with #TheGrade. Sweaters will be graded, and we’ll share our favorites next week. What’s more, if you sport an ugly sweater in one of our Tasting Rooms on Friday, you’ll receive $1 off a bottle purchase or 16-oz. pour of The Grade.

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