American Wild Ale

The American Wild Ale is a category for all beers brewed with a strain of wild yeast during either the primary or secondary phase of fermentation.

Because of this, the American Wild Ales can vary from a very pale yellow to dark brown or black, and the flavor can range from malty to hoppy. These wild yeast and bacteria can leave an interesting flavor - funky and pleasing to some, undesirable or strange to others.

Because of the wide variation in specific beers, serving temperature can vary, but a good guideline would be cool (between 46-54 degrees) and in a pinto glass or beer mug.

Tall Tale

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8.50% ABV
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We were honored when our pal Brian 'Stillwater' Strumke asked us if we wanted to 'remix' one of his beers. So honored we took this all the way. After poking around in his collection of brews, we decided on Folklore. However, our remix of Folklore is loose as a goose..just like we want it.

Supplication

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Russian River Brewing Company
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7.00% ABV
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Brown Ale aged in used Pinot Noir barrels from local Sonoma County wineries. It is aged for about 12 months with sour cherries, brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and pediococcus added to each barrel.



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