The second exclusive beer made for members of American Solera’s Society is being this weekend.
Movement and Color Member Blend is a 9 percent ABV foeder ale that has been refermented on both Chambourcin and Norton grapes. There was another version of Movement and Color released by the Tulsa-based brewery in December, but that incarnation was refermented exclusively on Norton grapes and was packaged in 750ml bottles.
This is the second included beer to be released to members of American Solera’s Society after Barrel-Aged Dilemma, a 12 percent ABV imperial stout that is composed of two different base stouts aged in a total of six different barrels was released late last year.
According to American Solera, Movement and Color Member Blend is packaged in 500ml bottles, with each member allocated four bottles. In addition, 276 additional bottles are scheduled to be sold online exclusively to members on Jan. 20, with each member limited to two extra bottles priced at $16 each.