2019 Small Batch Series Bottle Club
2019 Small Batch Series Bottle Club
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We love experimenting with different barrels, collaborating with unique partners, and developing new types of flavors. Our ‘Small Batch Series’ exemplifies our love for experimenting and brewing out of the box types of beers. Join our club and we will reserve 20 choice bottles for you for one low price of $250 plus tax. Most bottles are $16 in the shop so that’s a considerable savings for these one of a kind bottles. We will also though in a cool Lake Effect Snifter Glass so you can enjoy these beers. Add on the ‘Stout Pack’ for just $100 and get 5 units of our popular BA Imperial Stouts. Memberships will close January 31 so please act now!
Here are the Beers being offered in the year’s Small Batch Bottle Club:
1. Tequila Reposado Barrel Aged Barleywine
Our base barleywine is aged in a Reposado Tequila Barrel which was previously used as a bourbon barrel. This is a collaboration with Warehouse Liquors.
2. Chocolate Cake Barrel Aged Stout
We collaborated with a local bakery that makes amazing chocolate cake, so we decided to make a chocolate cake imp stout aged in CH Distilling bourbon barrels. 7 cakes were used in this recipe!
3. Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout with Chilies
This imperial stout is brewed with a medley of chilies and aged in CH Distilling bourbon barrels.
4. Coconut Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout
Imperial Stout with freshly toasted coconut and aged in a CH Distilling Barrel.
5. Unspecified Adjunct stout collaboration with Fischmans
This is big sweet stout aged in bourbon barrels with tons of surprise adjuncts.
6. Independent Ale Barrel Aged Wild Ale
This funky sour ale has a robust wine notes and drinks like a champagne.
7. Jefferson Park Pilsner
This is the winning beer from a local homebrew contest. Crisp clean pilsner.
8. Botanic Overload
Part of our gin project- this is a wild brux fermented ale aged in gin barrels. This has amazing aromatics and brett funk
9. Wild Ale Fermented and Aged in Red Wine Barrels
A yearly tradition. We brew a wild ale and barrel ferment it in fresh wine barrels and let age a year.
10. Mixed Bag Wild Ale
Aged 18 month with a mix of brettanomyces and souring bacteria. It’s a delicious fruity, funky ale.
11. Barrel Aged School of Brett - Omega Yeast Collab – Base Saison
Collaboration with Omega Yeast Labs- this is a study on what different strains of brettanomyces do to a single base beer aged in wine barrels. This beer is the base 'control' saison.
12. Barrel Aged School of Brett - Omega Yeast Collab – Lambicus
Collaboration with Omega Yeast Labs- this is a study on what different strains of brettanomyces do to a single base beer aged in wine barrels. This beer is aged with the Lambicus strain.
13. Barrel Aged School of Brett - Omega Yeast Collab – Brux
Collaboration with Omega Yeast Labs- this is a study on what different strains of brettanomyces do to a single base beer aged in wine barrels. This beer is aged with a classic Brux strain.
14. Barrel Aged School of Brett - Omega Yeast Collab – Clausenii
Collaboration with Omega Yeast Labs- this is a study on what different strains of brettanomyces do to a single base beer aged in wine barrels. This beer is aged with a calussenii brett strain.
15. Sangria Redwine Barrel Aged Wild Ale
Wild ale aged in red wine barrels with a blend of citrus and grapes.
16. Champagne Supergose
Wine barrel aged gose turns into a champagne like sparking ale.
17. Chai Masala Barley Wine Aged in Bourbon Barrels
Our collab with the Indian restaurant ‘Mango Pickle’ utilizes chai spices and lactose to make an alcoholic chai masala.
18. Quadrigo – Brandy Barrel Aged Quad
Belgian style Quad is aged in Brandy barrels giving an almost apple cider finish on a strong beer
19. Imperial Flemish Red Ale
A barleywine strength ale aged in wine barrels for 16 months.
20. Cerise de Michigan
Wine barrel aged wild ale with Michigan tart Cherries
PLEASE READ RULES BELOW
Fill out the form at check out giving us your information (name, email, phone number). When the bottles are ready we will reserve them and let you know when to pick them up.
Keep in mind that sometimes the not all of the beers turn out the way we want them to and in the unlikely event that a beer is not released, we will let you know and give you a substitute option.
You have 1 month to pick up your bottles after we notify you, otherwise we will take them out of inventory and there will be no refund. We definitly don’t want that to happen but there has to be a time limit. We will try to have as many bottles as possible ready.
You must be 21 to pick up and if you can’t pick up you can have a proxy as long as they are 21 and have your name and order number (on tour receipt.)
We do not SHIP BEER- its currently illegal for manufacturers to do so. Must be picked up.
The club terminates on Dec 31 2019 unless there are some bottles that needed extra aging but it is our intent to have them all ready in 2019.