Exactly one month after The Collective Brewing Project debuted its Dream Folk, a new beer that uses the same mixed culture of yeast is being released.

The beer is Boysenbarrel, a 7.6 percent ABV Flanders-style red ale aged in Witherspoon bourbon barrels for 9 months, then transferred to stainless tanks to condition on a “butt-load” of Oregon boysenberry purée for an additional two months. According to Ryan Deyo, co-owner of The Collective Brewing Project, four of the bourbon barrels the beer was aged in were first use while four of the barrels were the same ones used to age the brewery’s Whisky Mango Petite Golden Sour.

Coming this Saturday, March 11, we’ll be releasing a brand new beer called Boysenbarrel. A whiskey barrel-aged sour red refermented on Boysenberries, Boysenbarrel is $13 per 500ml bottle and there will be no bottle limit. Early access is available to our club members starting Thursday. . . . . #thecollectivebrewingproject #localbeer #boysenberry #sourbeer

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According to Deyo, Boysenbarrel will be packaged in 500ml bottles ($13) with approximately 2,025 bottles available, and is scheduled to be released with no bottle limits on March 11, although members of the brewery’s membership clubs will be able to pick up their bottles starting on March 9.