Haw River Farmhouse Barn & Barrel Organic Golden Ground Cherry and Mixed Berry & Pink Peppercorn Coming 1/28

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These tasty libations have been slumbering peacfully in American oak wine barrels for more than a year, and we're excited to finally be able to get two more of them into your hands. Come join us at the tasting room in Saxapahaw on Saturday, January 28th for the release of two brand new Barn & Barrel bottles: Mixed Berry & Pink Peppercorn and Golden Organic Ground Cherry!

Both of these beers continue our experimental Barn & Barrel series, where we will explore using local fruits, veggies and foraged ingredients in traditional barrel-aged sour beers. These batches are all from single 59g wine barrels, so these releases are limited to no more than 300 bottles (we've got larger volumes on the way, folks, so hang with us if you're not one to stand in line for beer... we promise we're working on expanding as soon as we can).

The Mixed Berry & Pink Peppercorn and Golden Organic Ground Cherry bottles will begin sales on the 28th at noon, as always. Both come in 375mL format at $12/bottle (plus tax). Bottle limits will be determined the morning of the release, just in case we end up with anyone lined up before noon (keeping in mind we've only got 300 of each).

As always, we're planning to have some tasty treats from our Saxy neighbors, along with other great offerings on draught and in bottles to enjoy and bring home with you. Stay tuned for more details—hope to see you all here on the 28th!

About Bil Cord

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