What We’re Above
an appalachian wild ale fermented with blackberries and nectarines
Appalachian wild ale brewed with local barley malt and cereal mashed with local raw wheat. Boiled extensively with burlap-aged hops. Fermented with our mixed house cultures in one of our beautiful 40Bbl foeders, meticulously crafted by our friends at Foeder Crafters of St. Louis, Missouri. Transferred into oak barrels for months of extended aging. Transferred out of oak onto a massive amount of whole, fresh, local blackberries courtesy as always of the incredible farmers at River Ridge Organics of Grayson Co., Virginia. Fermented and aged on the blackberries for 3 months. From there, we married this saturated base with a nectarine-saturated wild ale. After additional slumbering, What We’re Above was racked into a bottling tank for packaging. Conditioned naturally inside the bottle and keg.
Showcasing a unique blend of light and dark fruits, this unlikely combination will forever have us looking for a black nectarine. Bright summer acidity from local nectarines paired up perfectly with drippy and jammy local blackberries to create an unforgettable flavor experience. A brand new addition to our “can I kick it” inspired-series of wild ales, this one has us almost finished with Tips verse.
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- Bottles are shipped in quantities of 1, 2, 4 and 6 bottles
- Cans are shipped in quantities of 8, 10, 12, 22, or 24
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