On Wednesday, Hill Farmstead Brewery is releasing a variant of one of its collaboration for the second time this year.
That beer is Gin Barrel-Aged Brother Soigné, a “Farmstead Ale” brewed with blood oranges and limes before being aged in gin barrels from Caledonia Spirits of Hardwick, Vt. The base ale was originally brewed in collaboration with Luc “Bim” Lafontaine who is now the owner of Godspeed Brewery in Toronto.
This is the second time that Gin Barrel-Aged Brother Soigné has been released this year, after the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery sold it for the first time in 2018 back in February.
According to a post on Hill Farmstead’s website, the newest version of Gin Barrel-Aged Brother Soigné is packaged in 375ml bottles ($16) and will have a one bottle per person limit when it goes at the brewery on Nov. 14.