Hill Farmstead Brewery is releasing a brand new creation for fans on Wednesday.
That beer is Genealogy of Morals: Coffee Collective Blend, an imperial wheat stout aged in “select bourbon barrels” for 23 months before being conditioned on a “curated blend of coffees” that were sourced and roasted by The Coffee Collective in Copenhagen, Denmark. The new stout uses the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery’s Genealogy of Morals as its base, which debuted in 2012.
Hill Farmstead has incorporated The Coffee Collective’s coffee into a number of different beers, including: Genealogy of Morals – Coffee Collective: Akmel Nuri, an imperial wheat stout aged in “select bourbon barrels” for 20 months before being conditioned on Akmel Nuri’s Ethiopian coffee beans; Edith: Alaka, a 6 percent ABV “Dark Farmstead® ale” conditioned on Alaka coffee grown in the Guji region of Ethiopia; and Genealogy of Morals: Rum Barrel—Coffee Collective: Duver Rojas, a wheat imperial stout aged for more than 16 months in barrels that previously held Privateer rum before being conditioned on coffee from the Las Delicias farm in Huila, Colombia.
According to a post on Hill Farmstead’s website, Genealogy of Morals: Coffee Collective Blend is packaged in 500ml bottles priced at $25 and will have a two bottle per person limit when it goes on sale on Oct. 2.