Some of the most enduring friendships start from simple admiration. While poking through

brewer tents during our 2017 Invitational Beer Festival, I happily came upon Todd Boera and his group of enthusiastic North Carolinians peddling a strawberry sour beer which permanently burned its gloriousness into my gray matter. I became a fanatical admirer of Fonta Flora Brewery that day.  When the opportunity to collaborate with Fonta Flora arose, we focused on our shared love of ripe stone fruits, particularly apricots and nectarines, both of which are found locally in our California backyard. Hand processed with help from Fonta Flora head brewer Jeremy Inzer, the fruit was combined with a concoction of blonde sour ales. With a nod to the beautiful wild beers of Fonta Flora, we added their proprietary mixed culture of flora to the fruited blend and allowed it to mature for over a year in French oak barrels. The ripe aromas of nectarines and apricots declare themselves immediately and are married with fresh flavors of both fruits on the palate in the most romantic way through the finish. Enjoy!

ABV: 6.3%


No. of Cases: 650
Bottling Date: 4/1/21
Maturation Time: 24-36 months
Titratable Acidity: 10 g/L
Micro Flora: Proprietary Blend of Fonta Flora and BWX Cultures
Style: Wild Ale with Nectarines and Apricots
Glassware: Teku, Teku Taster, Kolsch style Hi-ball

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