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.