According to a label files with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), Crooked Stave Aritisan Beer Project is working on releasing Colorado Reserva Farmhouse Palisade Peach, a 6.25 percent ABV ale aged in oak barrels and conditioned on Palisade peaches that will be packaged in 750ml bottles.

The Denver-based brewery released a similar beer last year named Colorado Reserva Palisade Peach, although that ale came in at a slightly lower 6 percent ABV.

An email sent to the brewery about pricing and distribution information was not returned.

 

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