The Veil Releasing Benjelz & Feel Feelings 3/11

imageFrom The Veil Brewing:

INFO FOR TOMORROW, SATURDAY MARCH 11TH'S FIRST EVER SATURDAY CAN RELEASE!

For all y'all folks out there who keep asking for a Saturday can release, here you go! Beginning tomorrow, Saturday March 11th when we open our doors at noon, we will have two fresh 16oz/4-packs available to go. Here's what's available:

~Benjelz(pronounced Ben-gels)-5.6%-Farmhouse Pale Ale. This is a super rad beer. We fermented Benjelz with a blend of French and Belgian yeasts. We then added Citra Pure Leaf in the boil. Pure Leaf is the bi-product of Lupulin Powder. So basically it's the hop leaf without the Lupulin. Low in alpha acids and still packed with incredible floral/earthy notes and bright citrus character. We then put a healthy amount of the freshest Galaxy hops we could find in it. The best way to describe it is kind of like a hoppy saison. Crisp, refreshing, and just enough hops make it approachable to non-hop lovers while still enjoyable for the grand supreme hop dragonz too. 63x total cases will be available. $13+tax/4-pack. 3x 4-packs per person.

~Feel Feelings-5.4%-Helles Lager. Feel Feelings is one of our brewers Justin aka Catboy's first recipe here at The Veil. It started as a pilot batch and received a great response so we decided to scale it up. Super clean, easy drinking lager. Just a great representation of the style. 74x total cases will be available. $12+tax/4-pack. 3x 4-packs per person.

Both beers will be flowing on draft too starting at noon.

Hope to see you guys tomorrow!

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