BREWMASTER'S COLLECTIVE EXCLUSIVE

Welcome to the first-ever collaboration blend of beers from our storied Vintage barrel program and our wild Barrelworks facility.  Both of the unique beers in this blend sourced local grape varietals to bring depth and character to the aromas and flavors presented. From the vintage side, we employed our wheat wine ale - a strong ale brewed with the juice of four different grape varietals. It then matured in wheated whiskey barrels for 18 months.

We then blended in a mature Barrelworks wild ale also produced with the juice of four different white grape varietals. This curious and compelling concoction is loaded with rich caramel and honey aromas expected from our vintage beers, married with the fruity and earthy complexity brought by the wild ale addition. Born in Central Coast wine country, maybe it’s destiny that our first Barrelworks & Vintage programs' collaboration is Vine Minded. Cheers! 

 

ABV: 10.4%

Specs:

No. of Cases: 150
Bottling Date: 7/28/21
Maturation Time: Whiskey barrels 18 months & Oak Wine Barrels
Titratable Acidity: 6.1 g/L
Micro Flora: British Ale (House) Yeast, Brettanomyces, Naturally-Occurring Vineyard Yeast
Style: Wine & Whiskey Barrel-Aged Blended Ale Fermented with White Wine Grapes
Glassware: Teku Taster, Teku, Harmony Glass

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