Jester King Noble King Hoppy Farmhouse Ale Returns 3/2

Jester King Noble King Hoppy Farmhouse Ale Returns 3/2From Jester King:

This Friday, we’re releasing our latest batch of Noble King Hoppy Farmhouse Ale. Noble King is one of the oldest beers we make, and is inspired by the hoppy pale beers from small producers in Europe like Thiriez, De Ranke, and De la Senne. Dry, bitter, with some interesting yeast complexity is what we aspire to with Noble King.
Noble King is testament to the versatility of mixed culture fermentation. When we commit beer brewed with little hops to oak barrels for months or years, it develops a pronounced acidity. But when we ferment for just weeks in stainless steel with a lot of hops, the acidity is kept at bay, and the beer is dry and bitter. For those who know us well, they recognize that we’re just as passionate about the hoppy pale beers of Belgium and France as we are about the barrel aged, wild ales. Noble King is firmly rooted in the former category. We hope you enjoy!
Noble King will be released at Jester King on Friday, March 2nd at 4pm. It was brewed on December 6th and 7th, 2017 and packaged on February 6th and 7th, 2018. It is 5.8% alcohol by volume, 41 IBU, 4.52 pH, and 1.002 specific gravity. It will be available by the glass and in bottles to go (750ml/$13). We anticipate distribution of this beer.

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