Instagram post by @bitterphew Bitter Phew

We’ve put together an all-American Rare Phew to tantalise your tastebuds. We’ll be popping open these bottles on Wednesday June 13 at 7pm. As always, tickets are limited - and available to purchase right now from the bar.
Is it really a Rare Phew bottle share without a feature from California’s, @thebruery? This round, we’ve included the 2017 White Chocolate Bourbon Barrel Aged Wheatwine. This beer is an evolution of another Bruery beer, White Oak. Further ageing in ex-Bourbon barrels adds flavours of vanilla and honey. White Chocolate enhances those flavours with the addition of cacao nibs and fresh vanilla beans.
In the middle, we’re excited to be sharing a bottle from Pennsylvania’s @tiredhandsbrewing. Fermented in large oak foudres on tart cherries with Tired Hand’s house yeast culture called ‘Emptiness’, Corallet gets it’s name from the coral coloured hue which it pours. A great American interpretation of a French Farmhouse Saison.
Last up in this lineup, is the 2012 Kriek Ale from Oregon’s @cascadebrewing. Fermented for 12 months in small Oak Barrels, with four different varieties of locally grown cherries - this is a dark and zesty sour ale. Flavours start with cherries, moving to strawberry jam with a hint of stewed apple.


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