Eight months after having a label approved, Praire Artisan Ales has released its newest beer.
Vision is a 7 percent ABV Belgian-style “rustic” pale ale that has been aged in oak barrels for five months. According to Wesley Morrison, brand ambassador for Prairie, this is the first time the beer has been released, although a label for a beer with the same name and a lower 6 percent ABV was approved from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) back in September 2014.
Vision is packaged in 750ml bottles, and is available exclusively in the state of Oklahoma. Per a post on Prairie’s blog, the new beer is was released to retailers on Friday, along with another batch of Prairie Gold (6 percent ABV), the Tulsa, Okla.-based brewery’s saison “fermented with a mix of ale yeast, wine yeast, lactobacillus and 2 strains of brettanomyces.”