The bottles keep coming from The Collective Brewing Project.
The newest beer to get the packaging treatment from the Fort Worth, Texas-based brewery will be Suspicious Delicious, a 6.9 percent ABV amber saison brewed with brettanomyces bruxellensis var Drei. and lactobacillus delbrueckii that has been aged with oak spirals on stainless steel for approximately two months. The saison was first released as an on-draft option in 2015.
Suspicious Delicious will join two other bottled beers in The Collective Brewing Project’s core lineup that will be available for sale at the brewery year-round: Petite Golden Sour (4.5 percent ABV), which was first released in bottles in January and Urban Funkhouse (7.2 percent ABV) which was first released in bottles in March.
In a conversation, Ryan Deyo, co-owner of The Collective Brewing Project, told Tenemu that the first batch of Suspicious Delicious will encompass approximately 2,100 500ml bottles ($10) and is scheduled to be released at the brewery on July 16 with no purchase limits alongside bottles of Apricot Petite Golden Sour. In addition, bottles will be distributed to retailers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as well as Austin and Waco.
Update (July 2, 2016) — This post was updated to include details on the release date. It was originally published on June 23, 2016.