Perennial Artisan Ales focuses on “hand-crafted, small batches of beer, using local, seasonal and organic ingredients” according to their website.

Yesterday, it released Funky Wit, a “foeder-aged Witbier fermented with a house cocktail of yeast and bacteria and spiced with orange peel, black peppercorn, and coriander” according to a Facebook post. The Belgian-style spiced ale is bottled at 750ml and sports 5 percent ABV.

At 4 p.m. the tasting room in St. Louis began selling bottles of Funky Wit. Bottles will sell for $15 each with a six bottle limit. At 6 p.m. the taps were cracked and draft began flowing as well.

An email sent to the brewery seeking additional details was not immediately returned.

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