Spring Awakening: Q2 Seasonals are here with a *NEW* Tank Farm Series
Although the weather may have you thinking otherwise, the spring thaw has officially begun which means the best part of the year is nearly here– patio season. Just in time for day drinking festivities, our spring seasonals have arrived. This April we trade espresso for chocolate as Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti re-emerges onto shelves and replaces Espresso Yeti. Whitewater Hoppy Wheat is back and better than ever. We took the ABV down to 4.9% and increased the hop aroma, making it the perfect beer for a springtime patio session.
This season we’ve also got a new Bold Character joining the ranks, and she’s a beauty! In June Nadia Kali will make her debut as our newest Tank Farm brew. A complex saison, Nadia brings hibiscus, ginger, and lemon into the equation. She may seem dainty but don’t be fooled, she can definitely hold her own. While we will have to wait a few months to enjoy Nadia Kali, we can dream and drool over her in the meantime.
Nadia Kali is an inspired saison with cross-cultural influence. Nadia’s ruby pink glow comes from a generous infusion of hibiscus, while ginger root gives it a subtle spice and hint of woodsy maturity, and lemon peel adds a citrus tartness to keep you on your toes. Full of complexity and intrigue, this unfiltered beauty will show you just how deceiving looks can be. 6.3% ABV
Whitewater Hoppy Wheat is an American wheat ale built for exploration. The bold hop profile adds complexity to this crisp, balanced ale, while hints of citrus, light floral notes, and a satisfying bitterness leave a perfect reminder of trails climbed and rapids subdued. Whitewater is the perfect complement to any adventure.
Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti is another revered incarnation of our legendary imperial stout. We toned down the hops a bit to allow cocoa nibs to contribute some pleasing bitterness, while vanilla notes from the oak combine with the cocoa to create an aroma and flavor akin to a gourmet chocolate bar. A dash of cayenne keeps things lively, adding just a bit of heat to the finish. Another great Yeti? Hell yes.