Indeed Brewing Announces Wooden Soul: Cherry Dust 750ml Bottle Release

imageFrom Indeed:

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, APRIL 5, 2017: Indeed Brewing is thrilled to announce that Wooden Soul: Cherry Dust, a Wood-Aged Sour Red Ale made with Tart Cherries, will become available in the taproom on draft and in 750 ml bottles on April 13th.

Cherry Dust is the latest offering from Wooden Soul, Indeed's wild, sour, and barrel-aged beer program. With notes of tart cherry, carob, and amaretto, Cherry Dust has developed a wine-like complexity on its journey from barrel to bottle. It all started with Indeed's red base, a blend of wood-aged red ale barrels that have been aging for one to two years. This blend was then fermented for an additional three months on 44 lbs of tart red cherries per barrel. As these cherries mingled with wild yeasts and bacteria, they took on a new life. While the cherries ceased to exist in their old form, all the bits that made up a cherry were imparted into the brew. Wooden Soul Head Brewer Adam Theis was inspired by this transformation, leading him to the name the beer Cherry Dust.

Indeed will celebrate the release of Wooden Soul: Cherry Dust in its Northeast taproom, with an inaugural tapping and the sale of 750 ml bottles (Limit 3/person).
The Copper Hen will also be stopping in for the occasion with Cherry Dust-inspired cupcakes to pair with a pour. It all goes down next Thursday, April 13th at 3pm. Get your paws on some Cherry Dust before it all blows away.

The first run of Wooden Soul: Cherry Dust 750 ml bottles will be sold exclusively at Indeed and will go on sale at 3pm on April 13th. Bottles will be $15.99 each with a limit of 3 bottles per person. RSVP here.

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