Prairie Artisan Ales has released another Oklahoma-exclsive beer.
Named Prairie Weisse, the 4.5 percent ABV berliner weisse-style beer is being released throughout the state of Oklahoma. According to the brewery, Praire Weisse was released once before for a festival, but this is the first time that the beer has been made widely available.
“The beer has a nice sourness to it with notes of tropical fruit in the flavor and aroma,” reads a post on the Tulsa, Okla.-based brewery’s website. “We’ve conditioned Prairie Weisse with two of our favorite strains of Brettanomyces giving it that classic Prairie funk. The beer will change and build complexity over time.”
Other Oklahoma-exclusive bottle released from Prairie include Fred’s Blend (13 percent ABV) and Brouwerij Okie (7 percent ABV) both of which were released in 2014.
Prairie Weisse is a one time release of 4,800 500ml bottles ($7.99-$9.99) will begin hitting retailer’s shelves in Oklahoma today. The beer was brewed at Krebs Brewing Co. in Krebs, Okla.