Ninkasi To Add More Lagers and Sour Ales

From SaveOnBrew:

Fans can expect the brewery to churn out more lagers, which take five to seven additional weeks to age compared to ales. "For 2014, it is likely that we will brew up to 5,000 barrels of lager next year," Floyd says. The Prismatic Lager beers will be expanded to year-round production with three beers released each trimester. A Bohemian Pilsner is expected out in January. 

"We also plan to brew more ales that take longer to ferment," says Floyd. "We’ll be brewing twice as much Critical Hit Barleywine this year. This beer gets two months in the fermenter or more and then is bottled and cellared by us for a year total before being sold." In the future, he sees sour ales being added to the list of Ninkasi beers, but these styles can take up to two years to produce.

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