Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project is adding another release to its Batch Series.
The new beer is Batch #200, a 6 percent ABV American wild ale aged in barrels with raspberries for three months before being dry-hopped with Amarillo, Citra, Galaxy and pacifica hops.
This will be the fifth release in the Denver-based brewery’s Batch Series, which are made up of barrel fermented beers:
- Batch #1 (7.3 percent ABV) — burgundy sour ale with raspberries
- Batch #60 (6.7 percent ABV) — dry-hopped American wild ale
- Batch #100 (6 percent ABV) — wild ale with Centennial kumquats dry-hopped with Centennial hops
- Batch #50 (6 percent ABV) — grand cru wiled ale aged 22 months in wine barrels
- Batch #200 (6 percent ABV) — American wild ale aged in barrels with raspberries and dry-hopped with Amarillo, Citra, Galaxy and pacifica hops
In an email, Crooked Stave owner and head brewer Chad Yakobson told Tenemu that while there is no release date set yet, Batch #200 will be packaged in 375ml bottles and will be sold exclusively at the brewery.