Smutttynose Smuttlabs Brett & I Returns 4/15

14 April 2017

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It’s Smuttynose’s Smuttlabs sour beer that no one will ever sour on, and it’s back by popular demand. Beginning April 15th, Brett & I will be available in draft exclusively at the Smuttynose Brewing Company tasting room and Hayseed Restaurant, and in bottles in the Smuttynose Brewing Company retail store.

“Brett & I is a true labor of love, but that’s what makes it so special,” said Peter Egelston, Founder and President of Smuttynose Brewing Company. “If there was ever a beer that’s worth a trip see us in Hampton, this would definitely be my recommendation.”

Smuttynose’s Smuttlabs Delivers

Smuttlabs has been cranking out amazing beers of all styles since its first beer as the R&D brewery of Smuttynose Brewing Company.  Brett & I is no exception.  It’s fermented with Belgian strong ale and Brettanomyces yeasts, and then aged in red wine barrels. All that aging and fermenting gives it pineapple-like aroma, a perfectly balanced sour, earthy flavor, and a satisfying finish.

If you can’t make it to Towle Farm, good news! It could be available at a bar near you! Brett & I will also be available on the Beer Vault, an extension of the Smuttynose brewery-exclusive programs.  Retailers around the country can purchase brewery-exclusive or out-of-season beers with the click of a button.

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