Next week, Modern Times Beer will be releasing four new beers, including a collaboration with Austin-based Jester King Brewery that was brewed earlier this year.
Named Shrine Of The Forsaken Gods, the 5.3 percent ABV ale was brewed with cultures from both breweries before being conditioning it on raspberries. The beer was brewed at Modern Times in February, and there will be 1,061 750ml bottles available for Modern Times’ release.
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“Brewed with a simple malt bill of pilsner, oats, & spelt, we then split the batch and fermented with both breweries respective house cultures before blending them and refermenting on a bed of delicious raspberries,” reads a post on Modern Times Brown Paper Tickets site. “The end result is an outrageously tasty beer, with an intense raspberry aroma that carries through to the flavor alongside a funky, rustic acidity that is an absolute joy to apply to the taste buds.”
According to Modern Times, Shrine Of The Forsaken Gods will be packaged in 750ml bottles ($19.99) and will have a six bottle per person limit when it goes on sale on April 17 via Brown Paper Tickets, although no proxies are allowed. There will be three other beers for sale to the general public at the same time, including Crucible of the Spirit Dragon (6.8 percent ABV), Devil’s Teeth Aged in Tequila Barrels (13 percent ABV) and Centaur Gardens IPA (7 percent ABV), all of which can be picked up at the brewery starting on April 21.