According to a variety of social media posts, we may soon see collaboration beers involving Placentia, Calif.-based The Bruery and two of the south’s most notable breweries.
— The Bruery (@TheBruery) November 12, 2014
Prairie Artisan Ales of Krebs, Okla. has posted multiple photographs of the brewing process they went through on Nov. 11, and even a photograph of the beer resting in what looks to be cabernet wine barrels. Prairie released a variant of its imperial oatmeal stout that was aged in red wine barrels named Wine Barrel Noir in May.
Prairie did not respond to emails requesting comment.
While Jester King was more reserved in posting about its beer that they brewed on Nov. 10, The Bruery had already confirmed that a collaboration with the Austin, Texas-based brewery was in the works after it was posted on the list of 2015 releases sent out to Reserve Society members via email in September. No information was given about the beer, and it was just named Jester King Collaboration in the email.
— Jester King Brewery (@jesterkingbeer) November 10, 2014
Both Jester King and The Bruery did not respond to emails for comment.