A followup to one of Martin House Brewing Co.’s most popular collaboration beers ever will be hitting shelves next month.
The Fort Worth, Texas-based brewery is once again joining forces with Best Maid Pickles, this time on Spicy Pickle Beer, a 4.7 percent ABV sour ale that combines ingredients from both companies. This is the second time that the two companies have collaborated, after Sour Pickle Beer, a 5.5 percent ABV sour beer base mixed with sour pickle juice sourced from Best Maid was released last August.
In addition to that beer, there have been multiple recent examples of breweries combining a sour base and pickles or pickle juice: Deschutes Brewery released Dill Pickle Sour last year, Minnesota-based Barley John’s Brewing Co. released Dill Pickle Pale Ale last year and Tampa Bay, Fla.-based Brew Bus Brewing poured samples of Tummy Sticks Leipzig-syle gose conditioned on dill pickles during the 2017 Great American Beer Festival.
According to a post on Martin House’s Facebook page, Spicy Pickle Beer will be packaged in 12-ounce cans that are scheduled to ship to retailers “that always carries our limited products” in March.