Wyndridge Farm Brewing has Launched The Hunt Series

21 February 2017

imageFrom Wyndridge Farm Brewing:

Dallastonw, PA --The hunt is over for a new line-up of seasonal, farm-crafted beers and ciders from Wyndridge Farm Brewing. The Hunt Series was

inspired by Wyndridge Farm’s natural beauty and it’s iconic mark...a scarf-wearing fox. The essence of the elegant, sly and

crafty fox captures the spirit that is Wyndridge Farm. A place to celebrate and enjoy life’s moments with friends, family,

great food and crafty beverages.

“The Hunt Series represents a signicant milestone for Wyndridge Farm Brewing in our continued effort to expand our

seasonal program. We are excited to be offering the Hunt Series as our first canned product. Cans give us the flexibility

to bring a wide variety of new products to market while also providing our customers with a package that can easily

be enjoyed in the great outdoors,” said, Steve Groff, Wyndridge Farm Owner. The Hunt Series will rollout new beverages

throughout the year starting with a Double India Pale Ale and a Dark Rye Barrel Cider. Other Hunt Series

releases this year include a Mosaic Rye Ale, Pear Cider, Unltered Pale Ale, Mojito Cider, Harvest Ale,

Snow Owl Imperial Stout and Farmhouse Grapefruit Cider.

imageAs Head Brewer, Pete Koelsch, explained, “The Hunt series really allowed us to branch out & brew

seasonal beers & ciders that were previously only available in our tasting room on a much larger scale. 

Out of literally hundreds of experimental seasonal batches that were brewed on our pilot system, we

narrowed it down to only the very best for the Hunt Series.” He continued, “the rst beer in the series,

a Double India Pale Ale, is strong enough to help get you through the end of winter, but refreshing

enough to enjoy on a warm spring day. The beer combines many of my favorite hops from around the

globe. Hops from the United States, Germany, and New Zealand are combined to make this incredibly

juicy double IPA that has notes of papaya, mango and Mandarin oranges. The malt bill for this beer

consists of oats, wheat, and 2-row barley providing a silky smooth base which allows for the layers of

juicy hops to shine through.”

Scott Topel, Wyndridge’s Cider Master is a bourbon lover and enjoys trying dierent cocktails made with

Rye Whiskey. “Bulleit Rye Old Fashions are one of my current favorites, so I thought it would be cool to

emulate that avor in a cider, said Topel.” He continued, “this cider uses late harvest apples along with

caramelized sugar giving it a full body which supports the oak tannins and rye whiskey notes. It’s a nice

introduction to some of the other cider making techniques we use here on the farm. Fermenting and

aging in oak barrels is a long standing tradition with cider, and barrels previously used for whiskey only

add to the flavors. Cider and what the apples had to offer was the focus, but a love of whiskey and

cider were bound to intersect at some point!” .

Wyndridge Farm® is a historic American farm nestled on 77 acres of rolling hills in Central Pennsylvania. 

Along with the 5,000 sq. ft. automated Brewhouse there is a rustic, but elegant restaurant featuring

French-American cuisine and an exquisitely restored barn for weddings and events. The Hunt Series and

Wyndridge Farm Brewing’s six Flagship beverages are distributed throughout AL, DC, GA, MD, NC, OH,

NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA and WV.

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