The Bruery Releasing Mélange #3 2/24

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MELANGE #3 PUBLIC BOTTLE AND DRAFT RELEASE

Our Mélange series is at the core of our experimentation with flavors that cannot be achieved outside of the art of the blend or by any one beer. This is one of our original mélanges at its very finest. Mélange #3 is a blend of three ales with stories stretching back to the earliest days in our bourbon barrel-aged program: Black Tuesday, our Anniversary Series old ale and our wheatwine-style ale. The combination reaches through the bourbon veneer with complex notes of dark chocolate, coconut, dark fruits, oaky undertones, rich caramel character and warm vanilla.----

Starting Friday, Mélange #3 will be available on draft and in bottles to-go at both Tasting Rooms.

Coming up, we are pouring three new releases from our pilot system, including a red rye IPL, a key-lime dessert-inspired on nitro and a citrusy IPL.

Ripple Effect is a red rye IPL brewed with four types of rye (malted, flaked, crystal and chocolate), and hopped with Simcoe, El Dorado, African Queen and Motueka hops. (Available now by the glass and growlers to-go!)

Bake This: Key Lime Pie is made to taste like one of our favorite desserts. It’s brewed with lactose, vanilla, key lime zest and lime juice - and it's served on nitro for enhanced creaminess! Bake This: Key Lime Pie will be available starting Friday.

Cutie is the perfect companion for your favorite lunchtime snack! It's a hoppy lager brewed with Waimea, Citra and Mandarina Bavaria hops, with a sizable amount of mandarin zest (aka cuties). Cutie will be available on Monday, by the glass and growlers to-go.----

Pilot beer release times vary and will be served once packaged. Subscribe to notifications from Untappd for instant alerts when beers are tapped

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