Almanac - Passion Project Coming 3/10

02 February 2017

This is the bottle packaging for Almanac Beer Passion Project.  This beer is a dry-hopped farmhouse ale aged in oak barrels with cedar spirals, passion fruit, spices and brettanomyces.  This beer will hit 6.5%-AbV and you’re looking at the 375ml bottle.

This beer will be released March 10th:  From Almanac:

Cheers to Phil, our Head Brewer and Barrel Monkey. Passion Project is his personal labor of love and our latest barrel-aged elixir. An experiment in creativity, Passion Project was co-fermented with the rare Pichia Kluyveri yeast strain. Carefully controlled, it creates passionfruit aromas, which Phil used as a springboard for creating bold tropical flavors. He then added coriander, ginger, grains of paradise and passionfruit to this sour farmhouse ale. Finally, it was aged it in oak barrels with cedar spirals, and dry-hopped it with Citra, Mosaic, and Galaxy hops before packaging. Trust us when we say this beer is really, really #wonderphil.

Passion Project releases exclusively this Friday at 3pm at our San Francisco Taproom @almanacsftaproom. We'll also have very limited draft pouring. We'll be rolling it out across our normal distribution footprint over the next couple weeks. Cheers!

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