Trinity Releasing Grains of Color Saison Grisette, Butterfly Fist Milkshake IPA & More In June

Trinity Releasing Grains of Color Saison Grisette, Butterfly Fist Milkshake IPA & More In JuneFrom Trinity:

New on tap !!! Table beer, a lightly acidic and very refreshing Savoire Fair Belgian small beer.  Gangsta 2018, a new batch of our dark BA sour aged with golden raisins !!!  For a live draft list visit

June 2018! Events:

Saturday June 2nd @ 11amFirst Saturday Firkin! Hype Forager dry hopped with RARE 2018 crop Citra !!! Served from a horizontal gravity poured cask, pours $4 until gone!

Friday June 8th @ 11am.  'Big BOY' Quart Sized CANS to go ! That's right we got a crowler machine! Starting this Friday you can take ANY of our draft beers home in a 32 oz Crowler. Drink Fresh !!!

Friday June 8th @ 5pm.  Tapping ~Barrel-Aged Pale Ale! 100 original IBUs, Conditioned for a year on Chardonnay barrels with Brett & Lacto, Freshly Dry hopped with Amarillo, citra, and Mosaic hops!

Friday June 15th @ 5pm. Release ~ 'Grains of Color' Saison Grisette.  A 'little grey beer' brewed traditionally raw for workers in the coal mining region of Belgium, Hainut.  This light and refreshing brew highlights the complexity of unusual grains including: buckwheat, golden naked oats, pilsen, rye, triticale, vienna, and wheat.

Friday June 29th @ 5pm. Tapping ~ 'Butterfly Fist' Milkshake IPA!  Brewed with oats, wheat, whole vanilla beans, milk sugar, andseasonal fruit ... dry hopped to match the fruit.  Served on nitro only at the brewery or on CO2 in crowlers to go!  This batch features fresh strawberries and white peaches along with a mosaic dry hop!

*COMING SOON !!!! Some Weird Sin Saison Regal, aged in Chardonnay barrels with Red Zin grapes.  This beer has been aging for ~18 months and is dedicated to Iggy Pop!

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