Next month, Side Project Brewery is rereleasing the first beer it produced using Missouri fruit.
Fuzzy Blend #3 is a 8 percent ABV wild ale aged in French oak foedres and conditioned on white peaches for 5 months. As the name suggests, this will be the third version of the ale which debuted in 2013 and was rereleased in 2016.
“This blend has not only grown in size, but also has the most peaches per gallon of any release of Fuzzy, and that is a huge thanks to the help of a bunch of amazing friends that helped us pit more than 2,500 lbs of peaches,” reads a post on Side Project’s website. “Blend #3 of Fuzzy uses a Missouri Wild Ale as a base that has been aging in one of our French Oak Foedres. We solera this Foedre, meaning that some of the beer in this blend of Fuzzy is almost 4 years old.”
According to Side Project, Fuzzy Blend #3 will be packaged in 375ml bottles ($20) that is scheduled to be released at both of the brewery’s locations on March 10. As has historically been the case, purchase limits will depend on the number of people who show up for the release.