Monday Night Excolatur Double Barrel Cherry Wild Ale Coming 2/10

Monday Night Excolatur Double Barrel Cherry Wild Ale Coming 2/10From Monday Night:

What does the fox drink? If he's smart, it's Excolatur. The result of over two years of aging in Bourbon and rum barrels, this dark sour benefits from an additional four months over Montmorency cherries. The combination of lactobacillus and pediococcus give Excolatur a clean sourness with just enough funk to remind you it is, like the fox, wild and untamed. With an acidity similar to wine and a 9.7% ABV, Excolatur pairs well with a great steak, chocolate-covered cherries, or an outdoor fire pit with friends.
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7 Feb 2018 This update from Monday Night:

ATLANTA, GA (Feb, 2018): Excolatur, Monday Night Brewing’s newest release from the Garage, is a one-of-a-kind beer. 

Excolatur (pronounced echo-lahtour) is Latin for “development.” The result of over two years of aging in Bourbon and rum barrels, this dark sour benefits from an additional four months over Montmorency cherries. The combination of lactobacillus and pediococcus give Excolatur a clean sourness with just enough funk to remind you it is, like the fox on the bottle, wild and untamed.
“When I think of this beer, I think of a dark, double barrel aged, pretty agreeable dark sour. We get a lot of barrel expression from the rum and Bourbon barrels, and then we added another source of sugar with the Montmorency cherries,” said head brewer and barrel program director Peter Kiley. “This is truly a one-of-a-kind beer that I’m not sure we can make again, so let’s enjoy it while we have it.”

With an acidity similar to wine and a 9.7% ABV, Excolatur pairs well with a great steak, chocolate-covered cherries, or an outdoor fire pit with friends.

Excolatur makes its bottle debut at Monday Night Brewing’s GarageSaturday, February 7 from 12 noon until 10 pm. The beer will be available on draft and 500 ml bottles will be available for to go purchase. 

Look for Excolatur in Georgia and Alabama markets by mid February.

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