Night Shift Bramble Weisse Returns With New Name (Formerly Raspberry Simple Sour) & Darkling Coming 10/30

11 October 2016

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The story begins on an ancient Greek peak. Legend tells of Zeus' nursemaid, Ida, pricking her finger on a raspberry thorn and dyeing the berries red. The scientific name for the raspberry plant, Rubus Idaeus, translates directly to "bramble bush of Ida." For the latest entry in our Weisse series, the brew crew took our Berliner base and added a whole ton of those red berries during fermentation - thus, Bramble Weisse was born. Previously known as Raspberry Simple Sour, this stunning sour ale is as bold as it looks, with raspberry and lemon flavors throughout and a clean, crisp finish. Bramble Weisse will be tapped and in bottles at 11am today. $12 each, no limit!


You don’t have to take a trip to South America to score liquid gold. This shimmering member of the single-hop OHTT series highlights El Dorado. Notes of grapefruit and candied lemon lead into a bright, refreshing finish. On draft in the Taproom, or available in tallboys. $14 per 4-pack, no limits

Darkling Rises...Again

As night creeps in earlier and earlier, one beer emerges: Darkling, our bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout.
Coming Sunday, 10/30.

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